Hiroshima Testament Albert W. Hartkorn

ISBN: 9780773428133

Published: January 1st 1997

Unknown Binding

88 pages


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Hiroshima Testament  by  Albert W. Hartkorn

Hiroshima Testament by Albert W. Hartkorn
January 1st 1997 | Unknown Binding | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, RTF | 88 pages | ISBN: 9780773428133 | 5.71 Mb

Hiroshima Testament is a book of interrelated poems which tell a story of the use of the atom bomb and atomic energy by governments who have demonstrated an inability, and in some instances, an unwillingness, to safely control what they have created.MoreHiroshima Testament is a book of interrelated poems which tell a story of the use of the atom bomb and atomic energy by governments who have demonstrated an inability, and in some instances, an unwillingness, to safely control what they have created. Hiroshima Testament, like the Bible, employs a variety of poetic techniques in telling this story.

It predicts a future that will be more destructive than anything in the past unless leaders form a moral and ethical world and describes the paths that can lead to such a world.Hiroshima Testament possesses strong imagery and a fine sense of sound- the use of refrains seems quite effective.

The global vision of the poem demonstrates a great sensitivity to the religious traditions of the East and a painful awareness of the centrality of the bombing of Hiroshima for the history of the twentieth-century.



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