Between Two Worlds: Poetry & Translation

Liu Hongbin reading

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  • Type

    sound

  • Duration

    Unknown

  • Shelf mark

    C1340/36

  • Recording date

    2009-10-14

  • Recording locations

    British Library studio

  • Speakers

    Liu, Hongbin, 1962- (male)

  • Description

    Liu Hongbin reads his poetry, in Chinese with three poems in English. Within the colour of night.- Spirit of the sea.- You predicted my destiny.- Who are you?.- Voice.- Learning a new language.- Discovery / chance.- The unfamiliar customs house.- Valediction.- The moon and the child.- Standing at the doors of dusk.- Bamboos by the family home door.- Cleansing.- An experiment.- The art of versification.- I see.- Fishing at Corsica.- This poem.- You predicted my destiny (in English).- Voice (in English).- Who are you? (in English).

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