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SUMMARY ↠ Doros asin mga Anghel Rden is Bikol’s burden and his triumph that of the language itself But his labor is his own his subject as well as his desire takes him along Donne’s cosmic edges And thus his love is at once its own fruit It will be both a little terrifying and ecstasy inducing to witness how indeed like Donne’s divine poetry Nierva can and will in this translation project annunciate how the Bikol Word has been made flesh Marne L Kilates Intuición language itself But his How Money Became Dangerous labor is his own his subject as well as his desire takes him along Donne’s cosmic edges And thus his Windburn love is at once its own fruit It will be both a Light Traveling little terrifying and ecstasy inducing to witness how indeed Knights vs Dinosaurs like Donne’s divine poetry Nierva can and will in this translation project annunciate how the Bikol Word has been made flesh Marne L Kilates

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SUMMARY ↠ Doros asin mga Anghel The true test of the use of language is how writers enable it to bear the burdens and obligations of meaning across time geography and states of being John Donne and his contemporary William Shakespeare made English do just that and we are ourselves proof as we delight and are instructed in their works And Donne’s specially as his poems continue to awake in us awe of the divine a reverence that throbs not just from our souls b uirkyalone A Manifesto for Uncompromising Romantics language is how writers enable it to bear the burdens and obligations of meaning across time geography and states of being John Donne and his contemporary William Shakespeare made English do just that and we are ourselves proof as we delight and are instructed in their works And Donne’s specially as his poems continue to awake in us awe of the divine a reverence that throbs not just from our souls b

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SUMMARY ↠ Doros asin mga Anghel Ut through our flesh For Donne’s poetry is at the same time sensual and mystical a tremulous encounter along cosmic edges where the sacred may not be shamed by the profane and the profane trembles as it becomes yes sacred It is the same challenge for the newly awakened Bikol consciousness urged by the newly aching to be alive Bikol writing which it visibly is that Vic Nierva in his translation of Donne puts upon himself His bu

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  • Doros asin mga Anghel
  • Victor Dennis T. Nierva
  • Bikol
  • 16 December 2019
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