Perspectives on Psychotherapy. Time and again, in poem after poem, Applewhite strikes a clear, bell-like tone of affirmation: "We're all in this together.
Perspectives on Psychotherapy. By (author) James Applewhite. Time itself, these poems seem to say, is wholeness, the communion of generations, and it is in history, whether of the world, community, or our own families, that we find the locus of our common yearnings. Format Paperback 64 pages.
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8 May ·. A sunset is a moment of tranquility and a splash of colors slightly combined making others. It’s a little blue here with a little splash of yellow there. Orange makes it’s way to the sky with just a hint of pink. The purple appears making it hard to see the other colors on top of the sea. Then comes the black and everything becomes pitch dark. Later on, the city lights shine, the sunset says goodbye while the night says hello. 3 May ·. En una noche oscura tú fuiste mi luna llena y mi estrella.
James Applewhite is a poet and professor emeritus of English at Duke . Lifew of Emily Dickinson, The Last Modernist Poet, & On Books and Houses.
James Applewhite is a poet and professor emeritus of English at Duke University. The collection is comprised of manuscripts, drafts, and proofs of poems, as well as notes, correspondence, clippings, and printed materials (including serials. Box 17. Loose Notes & Drafts.
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James Applewhite (born 1935 in Stantonsburg, North Carolina) is an American poet, and retired Professor Emeritus in creative writing at Duke University. He graduated from Duke University with a . His work appeared in Harper's He lives with his wife Janis in Durham, North Carolina; they have two sons Jim and Jeff, and a daughter Lisa. YouTube Encyclopedic. Daytime and Starlight.
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Perspectives on Psychotherapy series : Psychotherapy & Spirituality : Crossing the Line between Therapy and Religion. London, GB: SAGE Publications Ltd, 2000. SAGE Publications Ltd. All rights reserved. Perspectives on Psychotherapy series : Psychotherapy & Spirituality : Crossing the Line between Therapy and Religion.
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In this powerful collection, James Applewhite searches the world, from the back roads of his own American Southeast to the antiquities of Europe, for an expanded awareness of history. Time itself, these poems seem to say, is wholeness, the communion of generations, and it is in history, whether of the world, community, or our own families, that we find the locus of our common yearnings.
Lucid, conversational, and utterly compelling, Daytime and Starlight presents through an array of perspectives the ephemera of memory―comic strips, love letters, newsreels, popular music, Greek and Roman statuary―and juxtaposes them with a flawless instinct for the telling detail against contemporary notions of evolution and cosmology. A half-remembered chiaroscuro of Burt Lancaster and Deborah Kerr on the beach, the haunting familiarity of figures in a Renaissance tapestry, the vision of air “green with evening”―in such brief suspensions of time, love and beauty balance regret and loss. Time and again, in poem after poem Applewhite strikes a clear, bell-like tone of affirmation: “We’re all in this together.”
Author: James Applewhite
Category: Literature and Fiction
Publisher: LSU Press (May 1, 1997)
Pages: 56 pages
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