This edited volume on acclaimed Greek-Australian poet Dimitris Tsaloumas is a 'polyphonic' response to his work, consisting of essays, reviews and interviews . The book is bilingual (English and Greek) and begins with an introduction by the editor, in English and Greek. The pieces that follow are by Greek diasporic critics and English-speaking critics from Australia, England and the U.S.A. The book includes two reflective pieces by the poet himself and two interviews, all providing a fascinating insight into the poet and his work.The objective of this essay is to demonstrate the way in which music and musicality are used as a means of ... and the internal world of the poet, a feature of many poems a the tenth poem from a#39;Rhapsody of Old Mena#39; being a fine example.
|Title||:||Dimitris Tsaloumas, a Voluntary Exile|