Book: 400 pages
Publisher: Mandora Press (2020)
The foremost person to probe the depth of his work is the author. David Rosenmann-Taub’s book, Glosa, is a unique example of the poet’s use of “auto-hermeneutics” in the examination of his texts. Across more than 400 glossy, large-format pages, Rosenmann-Taub rigorously analyzes seven of his published poems, using a combination of rhythmic scores, color, and innovative typography. These provide invaluable tools to understand the poet’s way of working, in which nothing is left to chance: where each word, silence, and rhythmic figure exist to serve the poem’s meaning. Special attention is given to his iconic poem “Twilight,” which is studied for over 120 pages.
Inside the Book
The Poems of GLOSA: Listen to the Author
|UN LOGARITMO HERIDO|