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Award-winning poet Kelly Cherry is also an advocate of serious thinking about poetry. Collected here are the results of thirty years of her thinking, including some pieces published for the first time

Award-winning poet Kelly Cherry is also an advocate of serious thinking about poetry. Collected here are the results of thirty years of her thinking, including some pieces published for the first time. She tackles such large questions as: Why poetry? What is a poem? What is the relationship of poetry to history? Is the poem an aesthetic object or a form of communication? Award-winning poet Kelly Cherry is also an advocate of serious thinking about poetry. Collected here are the results of thirty years of her thinking, including some pieces published for the first time

Award-winning poet and novelist Kelly Cherry is concerned with philosophy .

History, Passion, Freedom, Death, and Hope: Prose about Poetry, University of Tampa Press, (2005). ISBN 978-1-879852-26-6. The Poem: An Essay, Sandhills Press, 1999

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Books: A Kelly Cherry Reader (Stephen F. Austin State University Press, 2015). History, Passion, Freedom, Death, and Hope: Prose about Poetry (University of Tampa Press, 2005). Hazard and Prospect: New and Selected Poems (Louisiana State University Press, 2007). In the Wink of an Eye (Louisiana State University Press, 2004). Rising Venus (Louisiana State University Press, 2002).

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Kelly Cherry, author of History, Passion, Freedom, Death, and Hope: Prose about Poetry Carol Hebald’s poems, both beautiful and strong, display her mastery of a new form which I call ‘strict wildness. Never have I encountered a more fantastic imagination combined with a more rigorous sense of formal control. Peter Viereck, author of Tide and Continuities "Carol Hebald's haunting imagery and sharp attention to form make SPINSTER BY THE SEA a wonderfully dynamic book of poems.

In the book's final section, Cherry considers translation, great art's grand sublimity, and the relation of. .Witty, poignant, wise, and joyous, The Life and Death of Poetry offers a masterful new collection from an accomplished poet.

In the book's final section, Cherry considers translation, great art's grand sublimity, and the relation of poetry - the divine tongue - to the everyday world. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.

Kelly Cherry is an award-winning novelist, poet, essayist, and a former Poet Laureate of Virginia. History, Passion, Freedom, Death, and Hope: Prose about Poetry, University of Tampa Press, (2005). Retrieved May 4, 2011. Notable Wisconsin Authors. A resident of Halifax, Virginia, she was named the state's Poet Laureate by Governor Bob McDonnell in July 2010. She succeeded Claudia Emerson in this post (Poet. The Poem: An Essay, Sandhills Press, 1999.

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Award-winning poet Kelly Cherry is also an advocate of serious thinking about poetry. Collected here are the results of thirty years of her thinking, including some pieces published for the first time. She tackles such large questions as: Why poetry? What is a poem? What is the relationship of poetry to history? Is the poem an aesthetic object or a form of communication? Her answers are enlightening, broadly applicable, persuasive, and sometimes personally revealing. She writes with sympathy and understanding and, always, a willingness to be surprised and educated. In these pages, insights abound, ideas provoke, wit shines, and the prose has the grace and power of poetry.

History, Passion, Freedom, Death, and Hope: Prose About Poetry epub download

ISBN13: 978-1879852266

ISBN: 1879852268

Author: Kelly Cherry

Category: Literature and Fiction

Subcategory: Poetry

Language: English

Publisher: University of Tampa Press (March 2005)

Pages: 198 pages

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Vinainl
Kelly Cherry's work is always amazing. With this collection of essays about poetry, she reminds readers of the ways in which poetry should be accessible.

Suitable for the common reader, book groups, academics, and students of poetry, it's a pity more people haven't heard about the book. The book IS available.
Vinainl
Kelly Cherry's work is always amazing. With this collection of essays about poetry, she reminds readers of the ways in which poetry should be accessible.

Suitable for the common reader, book groups, academics, and students of poetry, it's a pity more people haven't heard about the book. The book IS available.
Tygrafym
How to think about poetry..this is the question for Cherry. If you are interested in poetry you will enjoy this book...
Tygrafym
How to think about poetry..this is the question for Cherry. If you are interested in poetry you will enjoy this book...