Walking with the Wind ( free ) by Abbas Kiarostami

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The translators noted Persian literature scholars Ahmad Karimi Hakkak and Michael Beard contribute an illuminating introduction to Kiarostami's poetic enterprise examining its relationship to his uniue cinematic corpus and to the traditions of classic and contemporary Persian p. kind of overwhelming sense of solitude in his poems I arrive aloneI drink aloneI laugh aloneI cry aloneI m leaving alone The Abduction The Sa Tskir Brothers Chronicles kind of overwhelming sense of solitude in his poems I arrive aloneI drink aloneI laugh aloneI cry aloneI m leaving alone

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Walking with the Wind

This bilingual edition of recent verse by the celebrated Iranian filmmaker Abbas Kiarostami award winning director of such films as Close Up and Taste of Cherry includes English translations of than two hundred crystalline haiku like poems together with their Persian originals. Walking with the wind Abbas KiarostamiAbbas Kiarostami 22 June 1940 4 July 2016 was an Iranian film director screenwriter poet photographer and film producer An active film maker from 1970 Kiarostami had been involved in over forty films including shorts and documentaries Kiarostami attained critical acclaim for directing the Koker trilogy 1987 94 Close Up 1990 Taste of Cherry 1997 which was awarded the Palme d Or at the Cannes Film Festival that year and The Wind Will Carry Us 1999 In his later works Certified Copy 2010 and Like Someone in Love 2012 he filmed for the first time outside Iran in Italy and Japan respectively Walking with the Wind Voices and Visions in Film English translation by Ahmad Karimi Hakkak and Michael C Beard Harvard Film Archive Bilingual edition 28 February 2002 ISBN 0 674 00844 8 1999 1378 234 9649140352 20

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Oetry Of interest to enthusiasts of cinema and literature alike Walking with the Wind the second volume in Harvard Film Archive's series Voices and Visions in Film sheds light on a contemporary master who transforms simple fragments of reality into evocative narrative landscape. For years nowI have been suspendedbetween the seasonslike a blade of straw


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  1. says:

    ‭Walking with the wind ‭Abbas KiarostamiAbbas Kiarostami 22 June 1940 – 4 July 2016 was an Iranian film director screenwriter poet photographer and film producer An active film maker from 1970 Kiarostami had been invo

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    WALKING WITH THE WIND THE POETRY OF ABBAS KIAROSTAMIMy encounters with the world Abbas Kiarostami have hitherto been restricted to his films But this book of poetry has shown me a different side of this creative ge

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    Autumn afternoona syca leaffalls softlyand restson its own shadow

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    A sense of being wasted among other sensesMy personal picks are It sproutedblossomedwitheredand fell to the groundNot a soul to see it p 45 A drop of rainrolls off the box tree leafand falls into the muddy water p 58 The sagging bridgescratches the water's surfacewarpingthe moonlight p 70 Hail landson the sparrow's egg the flight of a tiny bi

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    kind of overwhelming sense of solitude in his poems I arrive aloneI drink aloneI laugh aloneI cry aloneI'm leaving alone

  6. says:

    He writes a poem just as taking a photo He takes a photo just as interpreting poems in the nature He uses words to capture nuances of moments and images to chant

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    For years nowI have been suspendedbetween the seasonslike a blade of straw

  8. says:

    Amazing poems Kiarostami doesn't disappoint Translation could be better

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    “The watch on the blind man’s wrist Has stopped When i started up out of sleepIt was just the beginning of spring No No lessI don’t trust anything As much as the end Of the night And of the day Following the mirage Here i am at the water’s edge Without the feeling of thirst

  10. says:

    I may claim that I'm a good viewer of Kiarostami cinema I've watched many of his films yet it was not easy for me to imbue its beauty sometimes it needed me to rewatch them passionlyThis book was like an artistic guide for me; a handbook for

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