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by Don Bogen


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The poetry in Guest's 26 books is unsummarizable and, while this new volume resembles recent work such as Rocks on a Platter, it is in no way a repetition.

This book can be found in: Poetry, Drama & Criticism Poetry Individual poets. The Known World (Paperback). Turning bare description into a luxuriance, The Known World looks at the complex relationship of past and present, creating energetic juxtaposition between different historic periods to envision life at the end of our own century.

Short poems in this collection cohere around the long title poem, which explores the nineteenth century through more than thirty sections in different voices and styles, including lists, mock letters, brief narratives, and lyric passages. The result is lively and illuminating. Poetry & Drama Poetry.

Since issuing its first volumes in 1959, the Wesleyan poetry program has challenged the reigning aesthetic of. .

Since issuing its first volumes in 1959, the Wesleyan poetry program has challenged the reigning aesthetic of the time and profoundly influenced the development of American poetry. One of the country’s oldest programs, its greatest achievement has been the publication of early works by yet undiscovered poetry who have since become major awarded Pulitzer and Bollingen prizes, National Book Awards, and many other honors. Works by the eighty-six poets included her both document and celebrate that contribution.

Stunning poetry that explores the complex relationship between past and present. Series: Wesleyan Poetry Ser. Subjects: American poetry 20th century. Saved in: Bibliographic Details. Main Author: Bogen, Don. Format: eBook. Published: Middletown : Wesleyan University Press, 1997.

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Turning bare description into a luxuriance, The Known World looks at the complex relationship of past and present, creating energetic juxtaposition between different historic periods to envision life at the end of our own century. Don Bogen calls the work an archeology, and uses details f life in past eras as a way of penetrating the surfaces of history. In his account, everything known is both encumbered with and defined by the past. Short poems in this collection cohere around the long title poem, which explores the nineteenth century through more than thirty sections in different voices and styles, including lists, mock letters, brief narratives, and lyric passages. The result is lively and illuminating.

The Known World (Wesleyan Poetry Series) epub download

ISBN13: 978-0819522375

ISBN: 0819522376

Author: Don Bogen

Category: Literature and Fiction

Subcategory: Poetry

Language: English

Publisher: Wesleyan; 1st edition (February 15, 1997)

Pages: 79 pages

ePUB size: 1995 kb

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