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A Fish Stops in the Eye of the Sea

A Fish Stops in the Eye of the Sea


Small Island 小岛 (Author)

Southwest China Normal University Press, 2016
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    About this book

This poetry is about travelling and love. It describes stories about love and people the writer met in poems during his travelling around the world. It is divided into three chapters: the first part is “waiting for the rain' and there are 33 poems in this part. The main content expresses the poet’s understanding, opinions and feelings of love. The second part is called “the world map”, and there are 34 poems. This part expresses the poet's feelings about what he saw and heard in different parts of the world. In addition, it gives the priority to the subject of love. The third part is 'able to wish', there are 19 poems, besides love poems, and there are some poems about poet’s understanding of life. The perspective of this poetry is from a young poet,a 90s oversea postgraduate. He expresses people's understanding of love, life and the world view in his life circle. The style of his writing is clear and straightforward. Every poem of this poetry is sensitive and unrestrained. It embodies the understanding and feeling of love and life under the popular term in china “young guys after 90s”and “oversea student”.
    About the author

Small Island, born in 90, Scorpio, Li nationality, in Hainan Lingshui, China. One of the torch bearers of Beijing Olympic Games, the presenter of Hainan traffic broadcast, graduated from Nanjing University of Arts, currently studying in university of East Anglia, traveling more than 15 countries in the world. His Chinese name is Hu Qide and His English name is Sammy.

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ISBN: 9787562180197
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 119
Sizes: 216x148mm
Publication: 6/2016
Weight: 284g

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