A Poetry Archive recording by

Sujata Bhatt

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These poems come from a special recording for the Poetry Archive:

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  • 2 -
    "What Is Worth Knowing?"

  • 3 -
    "Search For My Tongue"

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  • 5 -
    "Nanabhai Bhatt in Prison"

  • 6 -
    "Walking Across the Brooklyn Bridge, July 1990"

  • 7 -
    "The Need to Recall the Journey"

  • 8 -
    "The One Who Goes Away"

  • 9 -
    "How Far East is it Still East?"

  • 10 -
    "Cow's Skull - Red, White and Blue"

  • 11 -
    "Parrots"

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  • 13 -
    "If You Named Your Daughter Garlic Instead of Lily or Rose"

  • 14 -
    "The Voices"

  • 15 -
    "Point No Point"

  • 16 -
    "The Snake Catcher Speaks"

  • 17 -
    "The Fox and the Angel"

  • 18 -
    "The Circle"

  • 19 -
    "The Multicultural Poem"

  • 20 -
    "Self-Portrait with Coppery Red Hair"

  • 21 -
    "No Road Leads to This"

  • 22 -
    "In Her Green Dress, She is"

  • 23 -
    "A Colour for Solitude"

  • 24 -
    "Self-Portrait with Yellowish Green"

  • 25 -
    "Two Girls: Nude, One Standing, the Other Kneeling in Front of Red Poppies"

  • 26 -
    "Self-Portrait with a Sprig of Camellia Leaves"

  • 27 -
    "And What Will Death Do?"


Extras

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  • Brunizem, Manchester, Carcanet, 1988
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  • Monkey Shadows, Carcanet, 1991
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  • The Stinking Rose, Carcanet, 1995
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  • Point No Point, Carcanet, 1997
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  • The Harvill Book of Twentieth-century Poetry in English edited by Michael Schmidt (contributor), The Harvill Press, London, 1999
  • Augatora, Carcanet, 2000
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  • A Colour for Solitude, Carcanet, 2002
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  • Sujata Bhatt Reading from her poems, CD, The Poetry Archive, 2005
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  • Pure Lizard, Carcanet, 2006
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