Book of Change

Book of Change

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The "Book of Change" is a collection of poems with a focus on the existential questions which face us all, the purpose and meaning of life, the significance of love, and how our passage through this universe might lead us to an understanding of eternity. The poems are in the school of the romantic poets of the 18th and 19th Centuries with use of rhyme and regular stanzas. Accompanying Kyril Calsoyas' poems are a series of drawings by Raoof Haghighi, a renowned European artist whose work hangs in the National Portrait Gallery in Britain. The drawings also suggest existential questions for the reader through the use of dissonance and blending of classical and modern more

Product details

  • Paperback | 60 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 3mm | 95g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1514682745
  • 9781514682746

About Dr Kyril Alexander Calsoyas

Dr. Kyril Calsoyas holds several advanced degrees in educational administration and language instruction. He has written for the Cambridge University Journal of Education and produced films which center on traditional native spiritual beliefs. Dr. Calsoyas has administered schools and community programs in the Navajo Nation and worked with indigenous populations across Siberia focusing on environmental protection and cultural preservation. Dr. Calsoyas has directed projects which have helped reintroduce traditional native corn agriculture into many areas in the southwestern Navajo Nation. He has been active in cultural and language preservation projects including several projects focusing on shamanism as practiced in remote areas of Siberia, Japan, and Native American nations. The illustrator, Raoof Haghighi, is an Iranian-British artist currently living in Essex- UK. His art works have been exhibited at the National Portrait Gallery, BP Portrait Award 2011, Mall Gallery, and the Threadneedle Prize in 2012 & 2013. His paintings are in numerous private collections worldwide including the USA and UK. Mr. Haghighi was chosen Overall Winner of Artist of the Year for 2011 by Artist & Illustrators, the UK's premier magazine for original art. His illustrations for the April stories reflect his commitment to preserving and developing traditional cultural approaches to more