of life is, owing to his naturalism, confined within narrow limits. Our life is not the property of any particular class, category, or
academic discipline. On the other hand, the art of writing poems precedes that of historiography; the former, in Ancient Greece, gave rise to the latter. For this reason poets cannot be placed lower in rank or importance. And the Muses continually preside over the arts, giving the inspiration that motivates a poet, an artist, a historian, or a philosopher. The gloomy uniformity of ordinary days is interrupted by sudden, strange, and intensified ‘starry’ moments in the flux of transitory things.” (author)
The book contains two parts; a poem, which is presented in several languages, and a preface, where the author presents mythological and historical links to the poem.
Kirjaa ei ole saatavilla painettuna.