Connections in the English Lake District: A Verse Suite download epub
by Robert Peters
Peters, Robert, 1924-2014.
Peters, Robert, 1924-2014. Subject: Gay men - Poetry.
It is, the light that astounds us that creates the valleys jewels, the green plush mountain setting for cataracts and streams, that transforms the bracken into shades of heather, as streaming clouds rush through the dales and weep weep upon these lakes. The best place to be during a thunderstorm is in a large metal or metal-frame building. Flying a kite in a thunderstorm is an invitation to getting electrocuted. National Geographical School Bulletin (May 1, 1967), p. 453. contents.
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Peters was a prolific poet, having published some 30 books of poems, and he was an important critic of contemporary American poetry. Connections: In the English Lake District, Anvil Press Chapbook Series, London 1972. Red Midnight Moon, Empty Elevator Shaft Chapbook Series, 1973. In his controversial books of criticism - The Great American Poetry Bake-Off series, Peters Black and Blue Guides to Current Literary Magazines and Hunting the Snark: A Compendium of New Literary Terminology - he assessed more than 400 contemporary poets and critics.
This, one of Peters' earliest books, was published only in England and is out of print. His style is an unusual mix of personal lyrics and collages.
Published 1972 by Anvil Press Poetry; Distributed by Routledge and Kegan Paul in London. England's Lake District. Boat race Donald Campbell, Dorothy Wordsworth. This, one of Peters' earliest books, was published only in England and is out of print. The main poem is an elegy on the racer Donald Campbell whose boat Bluebell exploded on Coniston Water. Dorothy Wordsworth also appears.
Connections in the English Lake District. Ikagnak, the North Wind: With Dr. Kane in the Arctic, A Verse Sequence. Most of Robert L. Peters's work operates through a close attention to the concrete; for him most ideas (and emotions) are, indeed, "in things. London, Anvil Press Poetry, 1972. Pasadena, California, Kenmore Press, 1978. This remains true, though less absolutely so in some of his later publications, in both major areas of his work-his "personal" poems (. Songs for a Son, The Drowned Man to the Fish, Holy Cow) and what one might call his poems of historical ventriloquism (. Hawthorne, The Gift to Be Simple).
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Category: Literature & Fiction
Publisher: Anvil Press Poetry; Limited signed ed (25) edition (October 1972)
Pages: 20 pages