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Musings on Ars Poetica

Bill F. NDI

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104 pages. Dimensions: 7.9in. x 5.0in. x 0.4in.A literary monument erected by a poet for poets with a vision for poetry as a special annunciation and the poet as a seer, spokesperson, recorder, analyst, adjudicator and advocate with poetic vision and poetic understanding. Bill Ndi, the poet has the rare gift of slipping into the self and psyche of his society to empty the dark depths where the treasures of burden and sadness are hidden. He empties and exposes them to the world to see how even personal repression of feelings by far outweighs those imposed throughout History by tyrants. It is above all, his greatest task of filling these depths with the joys and expectations of the society. This objective stance by the poet places him above the fanatic whose subjectivity pushes the world adrift and makes of the poet a universal man of peace. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Bookseller Inventory # 9789956558438

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Title: Musings on Ars Poetica

Publisher: Langaa Rpcig

Binding: Paperback

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Book Type: Paperback

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A literary monument erected by a poet for poets with a vision for poetry as a special annunciation and the poet as a seer, spokesperson, recorder, analyst, adjudicator and advocate with poetic vision and poetic understanding. Bill Ndi, the poet has the rare gift of slipping into the self and psyche of his society to empty the dark depths where the treasures of burden and sadness are hidden. He empties and exposes them to the world to see how even personal repression of feelings by far outweighs those imposed throughout History by tyrants. It is above all, his greatest task of filling these depths with the joys and expectations of the society. This objective stance by the poet places him above the fanatic whose subjectivity pushes the world adrift and makes of the poet a universal man of peace.

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Bill F. Ndi, received his Doctorate from the  Université de Cergy-Pontoise, France. He now teaches at Tuskegee University, Tuskegee Alabama. His research focuses on the contributions of Early Quakerism towards World Peace, Globalization and Internationalism. He has authored numerous publications in the English and French languages. Bill F. Ndi has published 10 volumes of poetry in English, 3 in French, a play and 3 works in translation. Amongst these publications could be mentioned the following: Edward Coxere's Adventures by Sea, (2012), Letters of Elizabeth Hooton, The First Woman Preacher, (2011), Thomas Lurting's The Fighting Sailor Turn'd Peaceable Christian, (2009) (Annotated French Translations); "Names, an Envelope of Destiny in the Grassfields of Cameron" and "Extending educational boundaries" in Kumar, Pattanayak, Johnson - Framing My Name, (2010); Venuti, L. (ed.), The Translation Studies Reader (New York: Routledge, 2004. pp. vii, 541) in Australian Review of Applied Linguistics, April 2008, Vol. 31, No. 1: Pages 11.1-11.4, « Discours de la vengeance dans les journaux confessionnels Quakers »  in Marillaud, P & Gauthier R. La Vengeance et ses discours, «La première contestation de l'esclavage», (A Translation) Paris, Présence Africaine, « Quakerisme Originel et Milieu Maritime », in Augeron & Tranchant La Violence et la Mer dans  l'Espace Atlantique (XIIe- XIXe), « Littérature des Quakers et Clinique de l'Âme » in Arts Littéraires, Arts Cliniques (Literary Arts, Clinical Arts), « Traduire le discours Quaker », in Traduire 2, «Globalization and Global Ethics: A Quaker Concern» in Questioning Cosmopolitanism.

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