Look Out is a collection personally compiled by Gary Snyder for New Directions, containing poems and essays from all his New Directions books
Look Out is a collection personally compiled by Gary Snyder for New Directions, containing poems and essays from all his New Directions books. Also included here is Snyder's Introduction, as well as a new poem written about the late New Directions founder James Laughlin.
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Mountains and Rivers Without End. by Gary SNYDER. Coauthors & Alternates.
Beginning with the publication ofThe Back Country in 1968, Gary Snyder's long-cherished association with New Directions continued .
Series: New Directions Books (Book 310). Paperback: 284 pages. This volume consists in selections of Paul Valery's writings. ISBN-10: 9780811200035.
See his Look Out: A Selection of Writings (2002); studies by K. White (1975), B. Steuding (1976), B. Almon (1979), C. .Gary Snyder: Selected full-text books and articles. Turtle Island By Gary Snyder New Directions, 1974. Molesworth (1983), T. Dean (1991), P. D. Murphy, ed. (1990) and as author (1991 and 2000), R. Schuler (1994), and T. Gray (2006). A primary source is a work that is being studied, or that provides first-hand or direct evidence on a topic.
Illustration by Jillian Tamaki. I started out with crisp poems about hard work, politics and relations. In addition to your own writing, you’ve also extensively translated the work of contemporary and classical poets from China and Japan. The poet, essayist and environmentalist cites Ovid’s Metamorphoses as an inspiration: Ovid in a sense tried to write the entire Roman story. But as I got older, I took note of how the Chinese poets allowed themselves to do blocks of prose and nobody fretted; it’s always clear as to what is speech and what is song. What Asian writers would you most recommend to Western audiences? This is hard to answer.
New Directions Publishing Corp. is an independent book publishing company that was founded in 1936 by James Laughlin and incorporated in 1964. Its offices are located at 80 Eighth Avenue in New York City. New Directions was born in 1936 of Ezra Pound's advice to the young James Laughlin, then a Harvard University sophomore, to "do something useful" after finishing his studies at Harvard
Gary Snyder's education and the makings of American Zen, in Chapter "On . In his poetry, Gary Snyder draws on the mystical experience of his everyday life. An inexperienced man sitting out of balance will be lightly tapped and prodded into easier posture.
Gary Snyder's education and the makings of American Zen, in Chapter "On the path, off the trail," pp. 144-154. Record of the life of the Ch'an master Po-chang Huai-hai Translated by Gary Snyder. Han-shan: Cold Mountain Poems (1958) Translated by Gary Snyder. His works include: Myths and Texts (1960), Riprap and Cold Mountain Poems (1969), Earth House Hold (1969), Turtle Island (1974, winner of the Pulitzer prize), The Old Ways (1977), and The Practice of the Wild (1990).
Gary Snyders second prose collection, Myths & Texts, was originally published in 1960 by.1978 New Directions Paperback In Like-New Condition.
Gary Snyders second prose collection, Myths & Texts, was originally published in 1960 by Totem Press. It is now reissued by New Directions in this completely revised format, with an introduction by the author. The three sequences in the book-Logging, Hunting, Burning-show the remarkable cohesiveness. Buddhism, Native American, East Meets West, & Ecology.
Personal favorites selected by the Pulitzer Prize-winning poet himself.Beginning with the publication of The Back Country in 1968, Gary Snyder's long-cherished association with New Directions continued through the publication of his poetry books: the Pulitzer Prize-winning and bestselling Turtle Island (1974), and Myths & Texts (1978), as well as his prose works, Earth House Hold (1969) and The Real Work (1980), all essential titles on the New Directions list. Snyder's No Nature: New and Selected Poems, a finalist for the National Book Award, was published in 1993 by Pantheon, and his long-anticipated epic poem Mountains and Rivers without End was published by Counterpoint in 1997. Snyder has had a seminal place among American landscape writers. "As a poet," he once wrote, "I hold the most archaic values on earth." He has long been associated with Beat writers such as Jack Kerouac, Allen Ginsberg, and other poets such as Kenneth Rexroth, Robert Creeley, and Robert Duncan. His poetics are founded in Poundian modernism, Chinese and Japanese poetry, and ancient oral native traditions.Look Out is a collection personally compiled by Gary Snyder for New Directions, containing poems and essays from all his New Directions books. It offers first-time readers a chance to see the evolution of his thought and poetry, spanning two decades, and old-time fans the opportunity to behold all the favorites, in a new Bibelot edition. Also included here is Snyder's Introduction, as well as a new poem written about the late New Directions founder James Laughlin.
Author: Gary Snyder
Category: Literature and Fiction
Publisher: New Directions; 1St Edition edition (November 17, 2002)
Pages: 160 pages
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