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Published by the University of South Carolina Press. Shelve Traveling in Notions: The Stories of Gordon Penn: Poems. In this new collection of poetry, Sidney Wade in. ore.

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In this new collection of poetry, Sidney Wade includes poems written in many forms that touch on a variety of subjects. Series: James Dickey Contemporary Poetry. ISBN-13: 978-1570032677. Product Dimensions: 6 x . x 9 inches.

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JAMES DICKEY, born in Atlanta in 1923, is most widely known as the author of the novel and screenplay . He is also the author of several other novels and fifteen books of poetry.

JAMES DICKEY, born in Atlanta in 1923, is most widely known as the author of the novel and screenplay Deliverance. His many honors include the National Book Award and a Melville Cane Award for Buckdancer's Choice (1965). He was invited to read at President Carter's inauguration in 1977, and most recently served as Judge of the prestigious Yale Younger Poets series.

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find poems find poets poem-a-day library (texts, books & more) materials for teachers poetry near you. James Dickey. On February 2, 1923, James Dickey was born in Buckhead, Georgia, a suburb of Atlanta. His interest in poetry was awakened by his father, a lawyer who used to read his son famous speeches. As a boy Dickey read the work of Byron, and later, a volume of Byron's poetry was the young poet's first purchase.

In this new collection of poetry, Sidney Wade includes poems written in many forms that touch on a variety of subjects, all informed by a singular voice and an intensely vibrant language. The volume is set primarily in Istanbul and illuminates physical and metaphysical borders-the edges, everywhere, of water and land; of vanished empires left standing, in architectural form, in the present; of two continents, Europe and Asia; of the broader Western and Eastern cultures and the civilizations that inhabit them. The compelling intricacy of the tangled borders of history and myth, culture and conquest is alluring in a physical, almost erotic sense. The landscape of these poems ranges from the shores of the Orient to include a uniquely metaphysical American Midwest, recognizable territory to readers of Wade's first collection, Empty Sleeves, as well as the classical underworld, Romanesque basilicas in Rome, the often rocky terrain of the territory of marriage, and the more intimate geographies of the kitchen, the cupboard, the bed, and the body. Her subjects extend from the baroque image of Byzantine artifacts to the semiotic resonance of a pair of steeply angled spike-heeled pumps. The book begins in bliss and ends on the brink, in a journey that charts the intricacies of the all-too-human, bewildered heart.
Green: Poems (The James Dickey Contemporary Poetry Series) download epub
Poetry
Author: Sidney Wade
ISBN: 1570032688
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: Poetry
Language: English
Publisher: University of South Carolina Press (July 1, 1998)
Pages: 90 pages