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After Hell

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After Hell

by Domenico Iannaco

ISBN 9781905374458

Paperback: 76 pages


After Hell is Iannaco’s main attempt at writing naked poetry; poetry beyond every rule.

After Hell is both tragedy and comedy.

In After Hell Domenico Iannaco has attempted the most difficult task, to offer a kind of dramatic cosmography of the self as it relates to the forces driving and besetting it. This task is all the more complex because it has been undertaken in his second language, English, rather than in his native Italian. This English is at times heroic, almost Miltonic, at other times earthy and colloquial, but it is the pace of development that carries the poem across a terrain where language, desire, religion and function are constantly sweeping the reader on. It is remarkable feat of the imagination to produce a schema so comprehensive yet. At the same time, so personal.  “We are,” as the poem says, “The Past/ That is doomed and our fall is like/A sacrifice”. – George Szirtes