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by Halil Sonmez
Price: $8.45

124 Pages, Paperback, 5.5 x 8.5

ISBN-10: 1-59971-706-9
ISBN-13: 978-1-59971-706-7

"Indefinitely", a poetry book based on postmodernism expressions. There are two sections. First section related to "poemism" which is derived from "modernism". The interpersonal relationships changes from the past to the current time. Its casual relantionship with the philosophical world; the societal family's. The global financial sea that is constantly enlarging, a separation from the whole within the new pluralistic scenario. The actual abstract universality that is experienced and the cause of this abstract universality. Postmodernism and its internal organization, defining the behavioral limits of the society. Finally, the god of spaces that has been defined by postmodernist authors in societal analysis books with totalistic reasoning. The second section, "postpoemism" derived from postmodernism and meaning the aftermath of the poem. The poem starts from the middle and, in a way that destroys totalistic reasoning, flow with the poet and the nut man figures with abbreviations that may be figures or inventions and or potpourri transitions. Without a definite start point, it ends with its subject within the text in a way that shows "art for art's sake". All this study emphasizes the role of internal migration, and simulates the loss of meaning in the media and the social life of masses.

About The Author

Born in Adana, Turkey in 1971. Starts writting poetry since he was a teenager. His taste for "antologies" and books of philosophy drive him to start writting few articles based on "realism","existialism" and "lyrical" for a magazine called Humanism. He likes music and play the "saz". Always dreaming to be known as a poet instead of a writter, he come to North America (New York) and has been living in Long Island since 1997. In 2005, he writes and publishes his first poetry book "Belirsiz" in turkish and in 2006 he translated to the english version "Indefinitely".

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