By Renée Linkhorn, Judy Cochran
Designed to acquaint an English-speaking public with an enormous element of Belgian literature, this bilingual anthology contains poems and prose poems by means of twenty-eight ladies, provided in chronological order in keeping with their date of beginning. A biobibliographical precis introduces every one writer. a wide selection of issues, types, moods, and poetic activities are represented. The foreword deals a basic survey of the Belgian poetic scene from a literary and sociological viewpoint
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It is said she chose this masculine pseudonym because of the novel Dominique by Eugène Fromentin, a story of unrequited love that deeply impressed her. The choice to write under a pseudonym reflects the poet’s desire for privacy, which may account for the relative lack of attention paid to her work. In fact, little is known about her personal life, with the exception of some autobiographical details revealed in two of her late prose publications. As a child, Marie was poor, of fragile health and apparently unloved, except by her father who died when she was still quite young.
Dans ce mouvement qui l’incline, dans cette robe tumultueuse et son indifférence infinie, elle est la parfaite et vide beauté. On peut l’aimer sans peur puisqu’elle n’existe qu’à peine. (Les Veuves de l’été in C’est au feu que je pardonne) Andrée Sodenkamp 39 Chinese Statuette It was just a bit of clay in the hands of men. Thus goddesses are born. Come from China of long ago, her flat features mirror serenity, her blueness takes your thirst away, embraces every blue that ever was.
All of this, perfectly charming, There in Folkestone, England. Some winter we will board again The boat all fragrant with tea It will take us across the sea On to Folkestone, England, So we can walk on spotless tiles, See the baptistry’s flowered aisles, And through the tinted windows, dart A glimpse at the wee graveyard. We’ll have a cup of fragrant tea, Of nostalgia, of mists and sea, In some hotel of long ago, There in Folkestone, England. 16 Jean Dominique J’ai lu que les poètes, en Chine .
Belgian women poets : an anthology by Renée Linkhorn, Judy Cochran