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by Kenneth Lochhead,Douglas Lochhead


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Lochhead's best-known book, High Marsh Road, a collection of 122 short poems . Lochhead's only sibling, Kenneth was born in 1926

Lochhead's best-known book, High Marsh Road, a collection of 122 short poems chronicling his daily walks across the Tantramar Marshes in southeastern New Brunswick, earned him a nomination for a Governor General's Award in 1980. Lochhead's only sibling, Kenneth was born in 1926.

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Kenneth Campbell Lochhead, OC (May 22, 1926 – July 15, 2006) was a Canadian professor and painter. He was the brother of poet Douglas Lochhead. Born in Ottawa, Ontario, he attended the Summer Art School at Queen's University in 1944. From 1945 to 1948, he attended the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in Philadelphia. From 1946 to 1948, he studied at the Barnes Foundation near Philadelphia.

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Book Launch Podcast (mp3 format) Selections from Looking into Trees read by six scholars and writers.

What Lochhead's poems achieve, virtually effortlessly, is an aural and imagist immediacy without sacrificing the richness of layering. Book Launch Podcast (mp3 format) Selections from Looking into Trees read by six scholars and writers. Introduction (21 mb, 11m:11s) by Karen Bamford and Carrie MacMillan · Deborah Wills (. mb, 00m:54s) reading "Much to be said". Harry Thurston (. mb, 02m:27s) reading "The river's time".

Douglas Lochhead, FRSC (March 25, 1922 - March 15, 2011) was a Canadian poet who lived in Sackville, New Brunswick, where he was the official poet laureate. Lochhead was born in Guelph, Ontario, the son of Helen (Van Wart) and Allan Lochhead. He grew up in Ottawa, Ontario, he and his brother Kevin spending their summers with their grandparents in Duck Cove (near Saint John), New Brunswick.

He was the brother of poet Douglas Lochhead. Looking into Trees (Sackville NB: Sybertooth, 2009).

Kenneth Campbell Lochhead. 1926-05-22)May 22, 1926. Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

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Looking Into Trees is the latest collection from the pen of eminent Canadian poet Douglas Lochhead. Drawing its inspiration from time spent looking "into trees, between trees, around trees", behind the poet's house, the collection evokes the wonderful mystery of trees and the way they confront the contemplative viewer. For Lochhead, the ever-changing landscape of trees, their shadows and lights, reflects life itself, the great changes and the small details. Lochhead presents looking into and between trees as a continuing surprise; every hour, every second is different, as light changes and wind moves, leading to reflection on the moods, events, and phases of human life. Lochhead's human world is intimately interwoven with its landscape. The work is illustrated with details from paintings by Kenneth Lochhead, the poet's brother and one of the Regina Five group of abstract painters who were so significant to the development of Canada's fine arts tradition.
Looking Into Trees download epub
Poetry
Author: Kenneth Lochhead,Douglas Lochhead
ISBN: 0981024432
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: Poetry
Language: English
Publisher: Sybertooth INc (September 18, 2009)
Pages: 108 pages