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The collection in this poetry volume,
Gold and Frost (L’or et le gel), which
consists of four parts, poses the
question of survival, life after the loss of
something precious, in the various strata
of that life, which is increasingly
threatened by the materialistic,
technological world. The first section of
this book examines the primal elements
of earth, fire, air, and water,
rnetonyrnically seen as Man, Woman,
Tree, Insect/Bird, and Sea... |
Century, undertook the voyage into the
violent and restrained, reflects the
schizophrenic disintegration of the
pre-World War I years. Hopelessly
addicted to drugs, Trakl struggled to find
the affirmative harmony of his mind. He
died of an overdose of cocaine at the
age of 26... |
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