Raging against Deficiency. Anneke Brassinga Two Poems by Anneke Brassinga
(Piet Gerbrandy) The Low Countries - 2010, № 18, pp. 202-209
For anyone familiar with Brassinga's (born 1948) work, pugnacity, witty contrariness and a bottomless melancholy have been at the heart of everything she has entrusted to paper in the last twenty years. Poetry is a natural phenomenon born of breath, heartbeat, sounds, idiomatic expressions and scraps of literature, but it is part of the same world as fruit trees, paintings, Paris boulevards, Mozart and grandma's coffee-pot.
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