Titre : The Brutal Heart
Éditeur : Carcanet Press, Manchester
Date d'édition : 1989
A novel which includes: a character who made a film entitled Room Film and who writes materialist film theory, a "young German woman terrorist," and the relations of the father to all of this. Bathos from title on, in his art not in his life. By the ex-head of the Royal College of Art Film School (all heads of film schools are Scottish), as well as of the BBC World Service, author of a memoir of his experiences with the Italian partisans during the War (famously after having a German soldier in his sights and shooting him, having another in his sights and deciding not to), as well as being a translator from the Italian, and certainly the best possible translator of Brecht (and of Hood’s great friend Erich Fried) into English. A more endlessly ambivalent person hard to imagine – when poets become political beware. Moreso when they don’t. Hardback. N° de réf. du libraire INDE-C70336
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