Everything Yearned For

Everything Yearned For Those who ve read Rumi and want to know what s next will love Manhae The happiness of meeting, the sadness of separation, the agony of longing and waiting, and the perfection of love in absence Manhae s gift was to give these moments their due in terms both subtle and surprisingly evocative Long a cultural hero in Korea, Manhae whose work can be compared to that of Rumi and even Pablo Neruda finally receives his proper audience in the West. Read Everything Yearned For by Manhae – bluevapours.co.uk

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  • Hardcover
  • 170 pages
  • Everything Yearned For
  • Manhae
  • English
  • 15 March 2017
  • 086171489X

10 thoughts on “Everything Yearned For

  1. Jae Newman says:

    Great translations Poems hum with incredible sound quality and clarity.

  2. James F says:

    Han Yon gun, better known under the pseudonym Manhae, was a Buddhist monk and reformer of Buddhism , and apparently an important figure in the early Independence movement before World War II he wrote these poems at the height of his political activity, shortly after completing a prison sentence for his agitation against the Japanese colonial government This edition, the fourth translation of the book into Englis...

  3. Beth Asmaa says:

    Translated by Francisca Cho, this poetry book Everything Yearned For, Manhae s Poems of Love Longing is beautiful on the inside and outside Manhae is the sobriquet of the Korean Buddhist monk and poet Han Yong un 1879 1944 In this collection, he brings forth his modernizing style and his beliefs about the mind, nature, transcendence, and writing and publishing for societal reform Reading it can occur on multiple levels of understanding in a literal sense, as a political allegory, o Translated by Francisca Cho, this poetry...

  4. Kent Adams says:

    A beautiful and insightful translation.

  5. Therese Broderick says:

    Not until I read this book did I fully appreciate the word quintessential This book is graced, on every page, with quintessential Poetry.The translator s translations plus commentary are immaculately written, the result of her dedicated research and her honed aest...

  6. Ken Mcleod says:

    Probably the most profound and beautiful book of poetry I ve encountered.

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