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Jiri Orten

Published by Arima Publishing, United Kingdom (2008)

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About this Item: Arima Publishing, United Kingdom, 2008. Paperback. Condition: New. New.. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. I want to be a poet with all my heart. With all my heart and, even more, I want to die for it! These were the words Jiri Orten wrote to the poet Frantisek Halas in 1939, who published his first book of poetry The First Reader Spring, which appeared under the pseudonym Karel Jilek because Orten, being a Jew, could not be published under his own name. On the 30th August 1941, the day of his twenty-second birthday, he was knocked down by a German ambulance in a Prague street. As a Jew, he was refused first-aid treatment in a nearby hospital. He died two days later of a brain hemorrhage in the Jewish ward of another hospital. Thus his prophetic words from the letter to Halas came true. Jiri Orten, despite dying so young at the age of twenty two years, left behind a large body of work. Three of his books, written from autumn 1938 until the eve of his death in 1941, The Blue Book, The Striped Book and The Red Book, are concluded by the poem My Trees of Years. An extensive composition The Lamentations of Jeremiah, written in 1941, repeats the verse I m that land of Night several times, evoking not only the loss of The Promised Land, but also of his fatherland, which was enslaved by Nazis. The poem To the Silenced One, which was the eulogy for Jiri Orten written by Frantisek Halas, concludes with the verse: At the time when fish will swim in the cathedrals, this poet will be called on by his name. Seller Inventory # AAV9781845492854

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Jiri Orten

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About this Item: Arima Publishing, United Kingdom, 2008. Paperback. Condition: New. New.. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. I want to be a poet with all my heart. With all my heart and, even more, I want to die for it! These were the words Jiri Orten wrote to the poet Frantisek Halas in 1939, who published his first book of poetry The First Reader Spring, which appeared under the pseudonym Karel Jilek because Orten, being a Jew, could not be published under his own name. On the 30th August 1941, the day of his twenty-second birthday, he was knocked down by a German ambulance in a Prague street. As a Jew, he was refused first-aid treatment in a nearby hospital. He died two days later of a brain hemorrhage in the Jewish ward of another hospital. Thus his prophetic words from the letter to Halas came true. Jiri Orten, despite dying so young at the age of twenty two years, left behind a large body of work. Three of his books, written from autumn 1938 until the eve of his death in 1941, The Blue Book, The Striped Book and The Red Book, are concluded by the poem My Trees of Years. An extensive composition The Lamentations of Jeremiah, written in 1941, repeats the verse I m that land of Night several times, evoking not only the loss of The Promised Land, but also of his fatherland, which was enslaved by Nazis. The poem To the Silenced One, which was the eulogy for Jiri Orten written by Frantisek Halas, concludes with the verse: At the time when fish will swim in the cathedrals, this poet will be called on by his name. Seller Inventory # AAV9781845492854

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Jiri Orten

Published by Torst Praha (1992)

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Jiri Orten

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About this Item: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. Paperback. Condition: Good. Book shows a small amount of wear to cover and binding. Some pages show signs of use. Seller Inventory # G1461169119I3N00

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Jiri Orten

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About this Item: Pre-Textos. soft. Condition: New. SOLO AL ATARDECER Jirí Orten Traducción, introducción y notas de Clara Janés SOLO AL ATARDECER es una selección de cartas, poemas y fragmentos de los diarios preparada por Ota Ornest, hermano de Orten. Este libro, entrañable y seductor, no sólo nos acerca a su modo de contemplar la existencia como una corriente donde todo -y muy concretamente el drama humano- se integra de modo natural, lo que hace aún más real la tragedia, sino que nos permite valorar mejor su poesía, una poesía tan verdadera que se instala en el alma y ésta la arropa con su propia voz. Jirí Orten nació en Kutná Hora en 1919, en el seno de una familia judía. Vivía en Praga cuando tuvo lugar la ocupación nazi. Aunque el círculo de aislamiento se cerraba en torno a él, no abandonó la ciudad, entregándose a su vocación: la escritura. Nacieron así varios libros de poesía: LIBRO DE LECTURA PRIMAVERA, CAMINO DEL FRÍO, EL LAMENTO DE JEREMÍAS y MALEZA, que publicó con seudónimo, ELEGÍAS y SIN RUMBO, que dejó inéditos, y unos diarios: CUADERNO AZUL, CUADERNO JASPEADO y CUADERNO ROJO. Estos últimos, iniciados a los 18 años, fueron concluidos la víspera de su muerte, que le sobrevino el mismo día que cumplía 22 años, tras haber sido atropellado por una ambulancia nazi y, por ser judío, no admitido en ningún hospital. *** Nota: EL COSTE DE ENVÍO A CANARIAS ES 9.99 EUROS. Si ha realizado un pedido con destino a CANARIAS no podemos hacer el envío con el coste actual. Nos pondremos en contacto con usted para comunicar el coste total del envío a Canarias y si está de acuerdo, Abebooks le efectuará el cargo adicional. Seller Inventory # 92427

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Orten, Jirí

Published by Editorial Salto de Página S. L. (2012)

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About this Item: Editorial Salto de Página S. L., 2012. Condition: New. «Los libros envejecen, los recuerdos también, y la joven gloria todavía más. Permíteme, Dios, llegar hasta la madurez, pero no a la madurez de la fruta que cae», escribía Jirí Orten en 1940. El deseo expuesto en esta frase le llevó a un crear incesante, a un perpetuo canto, como de ave al albor, aunque en torno se cernían sólo sombras. Bajo la tierra reúne sus versos más significativos, escritos en sus breves veintidós años, cuando, recién salido de la infancia, se enfrentó, con el valor de la pureza, a un entorno de injusticia, tiranía y muerte. La altura de su lírica fue reconocida por los grandes poetas checos del momento, y en ella late una verdad inapelable que él expresó así: «Quiero ser poeta con todo el corazón y aún más, morir por ello». No sorprende que se haya escrito de él que quiso «ser su propio texto definitivo, vivir su propio texto, ser vivido por su propio texto» (Giovanni Giudici y Vladimír Mikes ). Orten, ciertamente, acudió a las palabras y a la lengua como única posibilidad de existencia, de «ser» frente a la «nada», siguiendo la línea trágica cuyos máximos representantes en su país fueron Frantisek Halas y Vladimír Holan. «Orten participaba de la "demonía" praguense: la obsesión por la nada, el error eterno (equivocarse tanto hasta ser puros), la pesadilla, la vanidad, la culpabilidad; como Kafka (ambos vivieron en cuartos subalquilados) era un condenado inocente que incluso llegó a tener vergüenza por los mismos verdugos. » César Antonio Molina «Hay mucho de Rilke en Orten, aunque desarrolla un código distinto: su poesía tiene la intensidad de un grito, cuyos límites son los del lenguaje: "¡Ayudadme, palabras. Acudid a mí!"» Jaime Siles *** Nota: EL COSTE DE ENVÍO A CANARIAS ES 9.99 EUROS. Si ha realizado un pedido con destino a CANARIAS no podemos hacer el envío con el coste actual. Nos pondremos en contacto con usted para comunicar el coste total del envío a Canarias y si está de acuerdo, Abebooks le efectuará el cargo adicional. Seller Inventory # 6542646

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ORTEN, Jiri.-

Published by UNESCO / Pre-Textos nº282, Colección Narrativa, 1996, Valencia. (1996)

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About this Item: UNESCO / Pre-Textos nº282, Colección Narrativa, 1996, Valencia., 1996. 19x13. 230 pgs. 1 foto. (K6496). Seller Inventory # 84232

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Jiri Orten

Published by Editorial Pre-Textos, Spain (2009)

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About this Item: Editorial Pre-Textos, Spain, 2009. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: Spanish . Brand New Book. Seller Inventory # PEA9788481911138

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Orten, Jiri

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About this Item: Biblioteca del Vascello, 1992. Roma, 1992; br., pp. 22, ill. b/n. Seller Inventory # 3201445

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Jirí Orten

Published by Arima Publishing (2008)

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Jiri Orten

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About this Item: Arima Publishing, United Kingdom, 2008. Hardback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. I want to be a poet with all my heart. With all my heart and, even more, I want to die for it! These were the words Jiri Orten wrote to the poet Frantisek Halas in 1939, who published his first book of poetry The First Reader Spring, which appeared under the pseudonym Karel Jilek because Orten, being a Jew, could not be published under his own name. On the 30th August 1941, the day of his twenty-second birthday, he was knocked down by a German ambulance in a Prague street. As a Jew, he was refused first-aid treatment in a nearby hospital. He died two days later of a brain hemorrhage in the Jewish ward of another hospital. Thus his prophetic words from the letter to Halas came true. Jiri Orten, despite dying so young at the age of twenty two years, left behind a large body of work. Three of his books, written from autumn 1938 until the eve of his death in 1941, The Blue Book, The Striped Book and The Red Book, are concluded by the poem My Trees of Years. An extensive composition The Lamentations of Jeremiah, written in 1941, repeats the verse I m that land of Night several times, evoking not only the loss of The Promised Land, but also of his fatherland, which was enslaved by Nazis. The poem To the Silenced One, which was the eulogy for Jiri Orten written by Frantisek Halas, concludes with the verse: At the time when fish will swim in the cathedrals, this poet will be called on by his name. Seller Inventory # APC9781845492885

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Jiri Orten

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About this Item: Arima Publishing, United Kingdom, 2008. Hardback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. I want to be a poet with all my heart. With all my heart and, even more, I want to die for it! These were the words Jiri Orten wrote to the poet Frantisek Halas in 1939, who published his first book of poetry The First Reader Spring, which appeared under the pseudonym Karel Jilek because Orten, being a Jew, could not be published under his own name. On the 30th August 1941, the day of his twenty-second birthday, he was knocked down by a German ambulance in a Prague street. As a Jew, he was refused first-aid treatment in a nearby hospital. He died two days later of a brain hemorrhage in the Jewish ward of another hospital. Thus his prophetic words from the letter to Halas came true. Jiri Orten, despite dying so young at the age of twenty two years, left behind a large body of work. Three of his books, written from autumn 1938 until the eve of his death in 1941, The Blue Book, The Striped Book and The Red Book, are concluded by the poem My Trees of Years. An extensive composition The Lamentations of Jeremiah, written in 1941, repeats the verse I m that land of Night several times, evoking not only the loss of The Promised Land, but also of his fatherland, which was enslaved by Nazis. The poem To the Silenced One, which was the eulogy for Jiri Orten written by Frantisek Halas, concludes with the verse: At the time when fish will swim in the cathedrals, this poet will be called on by his name. Seller Inventory # APC9781845492885

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Jiri Orten

Published by Salto de Página (2012)

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About this Item: Arima Publishing. Hardcover. Condition: New. 108 pages. Dimensions: 8.6in. x 5.5in. x 0.6in.I want to be a poet with all my heart. With all my heart and, even more, I want to die for it! These were the words Jir Orten wrote to the poet Frantisek Halas in 1939, who published his first book of poetry The First Reader Spring, which appeared under the pseudonym Karel Jlek because Orten, being a Jew, could not be published under his own name. On the 30th August 1941, the day of his twenty-second birthday, he was knocked down by a German ambulance in a Prague street. As a Jew, he was refused first-aid treatment in a nearby hospital. He died two days later of a brain hemorrhage in the Jewish ward of another hospital. Thus his prophetic words from the letter to Halas came true. Jir Orten, despite dying so young at the age of twenty two years, left behind a large body of work. Three of his books, written from autumn 1938 until the eve of his death in 1941, The Blue Book, The Striped Book and The Red Book, are concluded by the poem My Trees of Years. An extensive composition The Lamentations of Jeremiah, written in 1941, repeats the verse Im that land of Night several times, evoking not only the loss of The Promised Land, but also of his fatherland, which was enslaved by Nazis. The poem To the Silenced One, which was the eulogy for Jir Orten written by Frantisek Halas, concludes with the verse: At the time when fish will swim in the cathedrals, this poet will be called on by his name. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Hardcover. Seller Inventory # 9781845492885

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Jiri Orten

Published by Salto de Página (2012)

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ORTEN, JIRI

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About this Item: AUTOR/A, MADRID, 1988. Enc.original de tapa blanda. Condition: New. 1ª edición.. ORTEN, JIRI ABSORTOS OJOS. TRADUCCION DE CLARA JANES[PAPELES DE INVIERNO, IV] . MADRID, 1988, 20 p. Encuadernacion original. Nuevo. 92 gr. Libro. Seller Inventory # 59244

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Orten, Jiri

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Jiri Orten

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About this Item: Cesky Spisovatel, 1995. 301 Seiten Hardcover kartoniert, ohne Schutzumschlag Zustand: keine Beschädigungen, keine Eintragungen. Rücken, Ecken, Kanten gut. Seller Inventory # 224206

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Orten, Jirí

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ORTEN, JIRÍ JANÉS NADAL, CLARA

Published by SALTO DE PAGINA EDITORIAL (2012)

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ORTEN, JIRÍ JANÉS, CLARA

Published by PRE-TEXTOS, EDITORIAL (1996)

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ORTEN, JIRI

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ORTEN, JIRÍ

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About this Item: SALTO DE PAGINA, 2012. Otros. Condition: Nuevo. Dust Jacket Condition: Nuevo. Los libros envejecen, los recuerdos también, y la joven gloria todavía. . más. Permíteme, Dios, llegar hasta la madurez, pero no a la madurez de la. . fruta que cae , escribía Jirí Orten en 1940. El deseo expuesto en esta frase. . le llevó a un crear incesante, a un perpetuo canto, como de ave al albor, . aunque en torno se cernían sólo sombras. Bajo la tierra reúne sus versos. . más significativos, escritos en sus breves veintidós años, cuando, recién. . salido de la infancia, se enfrentó, con el valor de la pureza, a un entorno. . de injusticia, tiranía y muerte. La altura de su lírica fue reconocida por los. . grandes poetas checos del momento, y en ella late una verdad inapelable. . que él expresó así: Quiero ser poeta con todo el corazón y aún más, . morir por ello . No sorprende que se haya escrito de él que quiso ser. . su propio texto definitivo, vivir su propio texto, ser vivido por su propio. . texto (Giovanni Giudici y Vladimír Mikes ). Orten, ciertamente, acudió. . a las palabras y a la lengua como única posibilidad de existencia, de ser . . frente a la nada , siguiendo la línea trágica cuyos máximos representantes. . en su país fueron Frantisek Halas y Vladimír Holan. . . . Orten participaba de la demonía praguense: la obsesión por la nada, el error. . eterno (equivocarse tanto hasta ser puros), la pesadilla, la vanidad, la culpabilidad; . como Kafka (ambos vivieron en cuartos subalquilados) era un condenado. . inocente que incluso llegó a tener vergüenza por los mismos verdugos. . . César Antonio Molina. . . . Hay mucho de Rilke en Orten, aunque desarrolla un código distinto: su poesía. . tiene la intensidad de un grito, cuyos límites son los del lenguaje: Ayudadme, . palabras. Acudid a mí! . . Jaime Siles 1000 LIBRO. Seller Inventory # 292004

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ORTEN, JIRI

Published by EDITORIAL SALTO DE PÁGINA, Madrid (2012)

ISBN 10: 8415065280 ISBN 13: 9788415065289

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About this Item: EDITORIAL SALTO DE PÁGINA, Madrid, 2012. Rústica. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: Nuevo. 0. Seller Inventory # 930297

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ORTEN, JIRI

Published by PRE-TEXTOS, Valencia (1996)

ISBN 10: 8481911135 ISBN 13: 9788481911138

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About this Item: PRE-TEXTOS, Valencia, 1996. Rústica. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: Nuevo. 1. Seller Inventory # 103105

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Orten, Jiri

Published by SVU Press, n.p. (1980)

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About this Item: SVU Press, n.p., 1980. Softcover. Wraps, bi-lingual Czech - English on facing pages. A Czech literary prize was named for Orten who died at age 19. Extra postage may be required for heavy or oversize books.; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 111 pp. Seller Inventory # 27611

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ORTEN, JIRÍ JANÉS, CLARA

Published by PRE-TEXTOS, EDITORIAL (1996)

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About this Item: PRE-TEXTOS, EDITORIAL, 1996. Otros. Condition: Nuevo. 01/10/1996. Seller Inventory # 11760

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Jiri Orten

Published by Praha: Ceskoslovensky spisovatel (1989)

ISBN 10: 8020200460 ISBN 13: 9788020200464

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About this Item: Praha: Ceskoslovensky spisovatel, 1989. Paperback. Jaroslav Seryci (illustrator). | 11½" x 7¼". 0pp. | Edited by Marie Langerova. Illustrated by Jaroslav Seryci. Czech language text. Epilogue Milos Pohorsky. Notes to the illustrations by Jaroslav Med. The original ISBN is 80-202-0046-0. Illustrated by way of: Colour Plates; Black & White Plates; <br For more photos or information, use the «Ask Bookseller» button and I'll be pleased to help. The book is in stock and ships from the rustic nirvana of Peasedown St. John, near Bath, England from a long-established bookseller - guaranteed by my reputation and the UK Distance Selling Act. Remember! BUYING THIS BOOK means my Jack Russells get their supper! Condition :: Very Good - in Very Good Dust Wrapper. Dust wrapper slightly nicked at the tail of the spine. A small scar to the gutter of the first blank. Contained within a plain brown slip case, nearly, that has a little rubbing at the edges. Text complete, clean and tight in double folded leaves. Seller Inventory # 177899

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Jiri Orten

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ISBN 10: 1461169119 ISBN 13: 9781461169116

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About this Item: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2011. Condition: Good. A+ Customer service! Satisfaction Guaranteed! Book is in Used-Good condition. Pages and cover are clean and intact. Used items may not include supplementary materials such as CDs or access codes. May show signs of minor shelf wear and contain limited notes and highlighting. Seller Inventory # 1461169119-2-4

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