SELECTED POETRY BOOK VI

21ST CENTURY POETRY Canzonieri & Epigrammes

by Paul Shapshak


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Hardcover
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Softcover
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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 9/15/2019

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 206
ISBN : 9781728327174
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 206
ISBN : 9781728327150

About the Book

This is the 6th book of selected poetry by Paul Shapshak, PhD, titled: ‘21ST CENTURY POETRY: Canzonieri & Epigrammes’. Art includes work by the poet’s father, Sir Rene Shapshak. The eleven sections in this book comprise Pastoral, Mythology, Cosmology, Theology, History, Social, Economics, Health, Cybernetic Symbols, Virtual Allegories, and the Arts. What questions are in a day’s work, carried through as inaudible folk traverse fields, bring illumination, time, jurisdiction, Ettore Majorana taking a walk, indefinite terrain, tranquility to gather memory, thought, albeit AI and tensors.


About the Author

Paul Shapshak, PhD, attended the Public High School of Music and Art in New York City. He was a music student, playing violin, piano, and conducting. He attended the Henry Street Settlement Music School in New York City with a full scholarship, studying violin, chamber music, orchestra, conducting, music history, harmony, musicology, and counterpoint. He participated in orchestral and chamber music concerts at the High School of Music and Art, radio WNYC, and played a Mozart violin concerto at the Lower East Side Amphitheatre. In addition, he received summer full scholarships to attend the Rhodes School to study mathematics and the Aspen Music Festival. At the summer 1959 Aspen Music Festival, he studied violin with Szymon Goldberg (World War II concentration camp survivor), chamber music with Ralph Hillier (of the Juilliard String Quartet), orchestra, and musicology. After that, he attended Harvard College (BA), New York University Medical Center Graduate School, and Princeton University Graduate School (PhD), all with scholarships. While at Harvard College, he attended an English literature course taught by Professor William Alfred, played violin and viola in the Harvard-Radcliffe Orchestra, Bach Society Orchestra, and chamber music groups, and also conducted chamber music groups.