A Thistle In His Mouth (poems by Peter Huchel translated from the German). Dunvegan, Ontario: Cormorant Books, 1987.
He was born in Germany, and survived the second World war as a youth. He came to Canada in 1951. A Thistle In His Mouth (poems by Peter Huchel translated from the German). The Noose & Improvisations for Mister X. Dunvegan, Ontario: Cormorant, 1989.
A Thistle In His Mouth. Poems by Peter Huchel, selected, translated and introduced by Henry Beissel. Cormorant Books, Dunvegan, Ontario 1987. On Crutches of Naked Poplars. Translated by Robert Firmage. The Garden of Theophrastus and other poems.
Traduction de 'Gezählte Tage' par Maryse Jacob et Arnaud Villani. A Thistle In His Mouth. Poems by Peter Huchel. Selected, translated and introduced by Henry Beissel. Auswahl und Nachwort von Peter Wapnewski.
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He first came to national attention with the controversial literary/political journal Edge (Edmonton 1963 – Montreal 1969). Beissel's internationally successful Inuk and the Sun ("a mythic masterpiece", Sherrill Grace) premiered at the Stratford Festival of Canada in 1973. For the following nine years, Huchel lived under surveillance by the Stasi, isolated in his house in Wilhelmshorst from much of the outside world aside from a small number of friends who were permitted to visit, he was forbidden from travel and his mail was confiscated.
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