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NguyỄn BỈnh KhiÊm 409  Nguyê ˜n Bi ̉nh Khiêm (1491–1585) Ironic Apology This annoying war. And I, comfortable in my horror of it, content, safe, solitary, terribly concerned, of course. My duty pledges me to my former lord and I must keep my word, remain apart, aloof— all an immortal can hope for. I should not have to face the world, only sing a little, meditate, blend my soul with the universe. This inconsiderate war. I must dwell on the word “contentment,” a poet, an immortal, after all. Anyone can be involved, of course. How many people can choose fame? Nguyen Ngoc Bich and Robin Morgan, 1967 ...

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ISBN
9780815652472
Print ISBN
9780815610274
MARC Record
OCLC
869303979
Pages
448
Launched on MUSE
2014-01-27
Language
English
Open Access
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