A Spectator: Ekphrastic Poetry
A collection of 50 ekphrastic poems by Canadian poet, author, playwright and dramaturge Per K. Brask. Accessible and insightful, these delightful poems express the poet's playful attention to a live performance, work of art, exhibit or life moment. "Ekphrasis" refers to a literary description of, or commentary on, a work of art.
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UPON WATCHING HAMLET IN ASHLAND OREGON 11 THOMAS OSTERMEIERS HAMLETAT KRONBORG CASTLE 13 THE BBCRSC HA...
MUNGO PARK THE MAN BEHIND THE NAME 19 DOVES 21 JASON AND THE ARGONAUTS 22 THE BORNHOLM REVUE 23 AI WEIWEI
WATCHING JOE HAYES 28 IN THE NEXT ROOM 29 ALL OR NOTHING 30 AT THE PALM SPRINGS ART MUSEUM 31 MAYNARD DIXON...
ONE MORE MILE 46 THE MUSIC MAN
BEYOND REDEMPTION 52 SOPHIE TAEUBERARP CO
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