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The Place of Imagination - Wendell Berry and the Poetics of Community, Affection, and Identity (Hardcover): Joseph R Wiebe The Place of Imagination - Wendell Berry and the Poetics of Community, Affection, and Identity (Hardcover)
Joseph R Wiebe
R1,238 R1,037 Discovery Miles 10 370 Save R201 (16%) Ships in 12 - 17 work days

WendellBerry teaches us to loveour placesato pay careful attention to where we are, to look beyond and within,andto live in ways that are not captive to the mastery of cultural, social, or economic assumptions about our life in these places.Creation has its own integrity and demands that we confront it. In The Place of Imagination , JosephR. Wiebe argues that this confrontation is precisely what shapes our moral capacity to respond to people and to places. Wiebe contends that Berry manifests this moral imagination most acutely in his fiction.Berry's fiction, however, does not portray an average community or even an ideal one. Instead, he depicts brokencommunitiesin brokenplacesasites and relations scarredby the routines of racial wounds and ecological harm.Yet, in the tracing of Berry's characterswith place-based identities, Wiebe demonstrates the way in which Berry's fiction comes to embody Berry'sownmoral imagination. By joining these ambassadors of Berry's moral imagination in their fictive journeys, readers, too, can allow imagination to transform their affection, thereby restoring place as a facilitator of identity as well ashope for healed and whole communities. Loving place translates into loving people, which in turn transforms broken human narratives into restored lives rooted and ordered by their places.

The Collected Verse of John, Lord Hervey (1696-1743) (Hardcover): John Lord Hervey The Collected Verse of John, Lord Hervey (1696-1743) (Hardcover)
John Lord Hervey; Edited by Bill Overton; As told to Elaine Hobby, James McLaverty
R2,573 Discovery Miles 25 730 Ships in 12 - 17 work days

John, Lord Hervey (1696-1743), the confidant of Queen Caroline and antagonist of Alexander Pope, was a government minister, a political pamphleteer and a poet. In his verse writings, collected together for the first time in this edition, he savagely attacks his opponents, including the King and his ministers, as well as Pope, but he also expresses his deepest personal feelings. Hervey was married, with eight children, and his verse conveys his affection for his wife and family members, but his strongest commitment was to his lover, Stephen Fox. Some of his verse is written directly to Fox, but he also explores intense emotional conflicts in Ovidian epistles (which include 'lesbian' poems), in a verse tragedy Agrippina and through his collaborative poetic relationship with Lady Mary Wortley Montagu. Although his verse was sometimes mocked by contemporaries, he was a fluent and flexible versifier and a master of poetic argument.

Hosts and Guests - Poems (Paperback): Nate Klug Hosts and Guests - Poems (Paperback)
Nate Klug
R370 R313 Discovery Miles 3 130 Save R57 (15%) Ships in 7 - 11 work days

An exciting new collection from a poet whose debut was praised by Colorado Review as "a seduction by way of small astonishments" Nate Klug has been hailed by the Threepenny Review as a poet who is "an original in Eliot's sense of the word." In Hosts and Guests, his exciting second collection, Klug revels in slippery roles and shifting environments. The poems move from a San Francisco tech bar and a band of Pokemon Go players to the Shakers and St. Augustine, as they explore the push-pull between community and solitude, and past and present. Hosts and Guests gathers an impressive range: critiques of the "immiserated quiet" of modern life, love poems and poems of new fatherhood, and studies of a restless, nimble faith. At a time when the meanings of hospitality and estrangement have assumed a new urgency, Klug takes up these themes in chiseled, musical lines that blend close observation of the natural world, social commentary, and spiritual questioning. As Booklist has observed of his work, "The visual is rendered sonically, so perfectly one wants to involve the rest of the senses, to speak the lines, to taste the syllables."

The Cambridge Companion to Elizabeth Bishop (Paperback, New): Angus Cleghorn, Jonathan Ellis The Cambridge Companion to Elizabeth Bishop (Paperback, New)
Angus Cleghorn, Jonathan Ellis
R585 Discovery Miles 5 850 Ships in 12 - 17 work days

Elizabeth Bishop is increasingly recognized as one of the twentieth century's most important and original poets. Initially celebrated for the minute detail of her descriptions, what John Ashbery memorably called her 'thinginess', Bishop's reputation has risen dramatically since her death, in part due to the publication of new work, including letters, stories, and visual art, as well as a controversial volume of uncollected poems, drafts, and fragments. This Companion engages with key debates surrounding the interpretation and reception of Bishop's writing in relation to questions of biography, the natural world and politics. Individual chapters focus on texts such as North and South, Questions of Travel, and Geography III, while offering fresh readings of the significance of Nova Scotia, Massachusetts, and Brazil to Bishop's life and work. This volume explores the full range of Bishop's artistic achievements and the extent to which the posthumous publications have contributed to her enduring popularity.

Poetry Review, v.93, No.4 (Paperback): David Herd, Robert Potts Poetry Review, v.93, No.4 (Paperback)
David Herd, Robert Potts; Illustrated by Gillian Wearing, Gehard Richter, Cathy De Monchaux
R219 Discovery Miles 2 190 Ships in 12 - 17 work days
Terry Wolverton
R407 R348 Discovery Miles 3 480 Save R59 (14%) Ships in 7 - 11 work days

What happens when one hundred poets from across the country all follow the same "recipe" for creating a poem? If you think the result is one hundred identical poems, then you haven't seen Mischief, Caprice, and Other Poetic Strategies, an anthology edited by Terry Wolverton from Red Hen Press. The collection includes nationally recognized poets such as Michael Waters and Richard Garcia, Los Angeles notables such as Alicia Vogl Saenz and Jim Natal, poets from Canada, Mexico, and India, and a twelve-year-old and eight-year-old--all writing in response to the same set of instructions. The "recipe," called the Twenty Little Poetry Projects, was devised by poet Jim Simmerman and first made its nationwide debut in The Practice of Poetry, a 1992 collection edited by Robin Behn and Chase Twitchell. Simmerman devised the exercise, he says, to encourage his poetry students to explore "free-for-all wackiness, inventive play, and the sheer oddities of language itself." "Too many poems," asserts Terry Wolverton, "suffer for their earnestness, an overabundance of sincerity, which sometimes means you tell the reader what they already know. A good poem shows the reader something new, and to do that, sometimes the poet needs to think differently." Wolverton, an instructor of creative writing herself and founder of Writers At Work, a writing center in Los Angeles, has long used the Twenty Little Poetry Projects herself to "disrupt whatever habits one may be in with regard to writing poems." The result is a poem in which "the journey to arrive at the content is unexpected, entertaining, and provocative." She predicts that students will have a great time with the book, which will demonstrate that "poems can be playful and serious at the same time."

Poetry Review, v.93, No.3 (Paperback): Franz West Poetry Review, v.93, No.3 (Paperback)
Franz West; Edited by David Herd, Robert Potts; Illustrated by Cerith Wynn Evans, Roger Hiorns
R219 Discovery Miles 2 190 Ships in 12 - 17 work days
Poetics of Breathing - Modern Literature's Syncope (Hardcover): Stefanie Heine Poetics of Breathing - Modern Literature's Syncope (Hardcover)
Stefanie Heine
R1,962 R1,826 Discovery Miles 18 260 Save R136 (7%) Ships in 12 - 17 work days
Yeats and Asia - Overviews and case studies (Hardcover): Sean Golden Yeats and Asia - Overviews and case studies (Hardcover)
Sean Golden
R922 Discovery Miles 9 220 Ships in 12 - 17 work days

The association of Yeats with Asia suggests references to Byzantium, Theosophy, the influence of Mohini Chatterjee, Occultism, Rabindranath Tagore or the Upanishads, Noh theatre, masks or his fugitive use of Zen koans, and the gyres as a version of Yin and Yang. Yeats made explicit references to Asian matters in his works, like the Buddha in 'The Statues,' as well as implicit references that might be evident to Asian readers but otherwise opaque, like the 'polished mirror' in Per Amica Silentia Lunae. There is also the vexed and vexing question of 'Asia' itself'. For the ancient Greeks it was the far shore of the Aegean Sea, the opposite and 'Other' of their own 'Europe,' long before Edward Said called attention to the implications and consequences of 'Orientalism'. Many experts doubt that Yeats 'correctly' understood the Asian cultural references that he cherry-picked for his own purposes. Others doubt that it really mattered, since he turned everything he touched to his own idiosyncratic use anyway. These essays revisit the roles of West, South and East Asia in his work and revise the theoretical bases that have been applied to his use of Asia in the past.

With Rake in Hand - Memoirs of a Yiddish Poet (Paperback): Rolnik Joseph With Rake in Hand - Memoirs of a Yiddish Poet (Paperback)
Rolnik Joseph; Translated by Gerald Marcus
R650 Discovery Miles 6 500 Ships in 12 - 17 work days

Joseph Rolnik is widely considered one of the most prominent of the New York Yiddish poets associated with Di Yunge, an avant-garde literary group that formed in the early twentieth century. In his moving and evocative memoir, Rolnik recalls his childhood growing up in a small town in Belarus and his exhilarating yet arduous experiences as an impoverished Yiddish poet living in New York. Working in garment factories by day and writing poetry by night, he became one of the most published and influential writers of the Yiddish literary scene. Unfolding in a series of brief sketches, poems, and vignettes rather than consistent narrative, Rolnik's memoir is imbued with the poet's rich, sensuous language, which vividly describes the sounds and images of his life. Marcus's elegant translation, along with his introduction situating Rolnik's poetry in its literary historical context, gives readers a fascinating account of this underappreciated literary treasure.

Romantic Memory - Studies from the Past and Present (Hardcover, New edition): Klara Naszkowska Romantic Memory - Studies from the Past and Present (Hardcover, New edition)
Klara Naszkowska; Krzysztof Trybus
R961 Discovery Miles 9 610 Ships in 12 - 17 work days

The book depicts the phenomenon of cultural memory preserved in the Polish Romantic literature, predominantly in the works of Mickiewicz, Slowacki, and Norwid (and other European poets). The primary objective is to reconstruct the cultural pattern of continuity established in Poland during the period of catastrophe. The author describes the call for a critical historiography and presents a "Slavic counterpoint" in the history of modern Europe. The key questions of the book are: Will the Romantic lesson about the transformation of history into memory and turning the past into an object of faith turn out to be a lesson about the future? The book is inspired by the German trend of contemporary reflection - "the culture of remembrance" (Erinnerungskultur) founded on the works of the Assmanns.

Early American Latin Verse, 1625-1825 - An Anthology (Hardcover): Leo M. Kaiser Early American Latin Verse, 1625-1825 - An Anthology (Hardcover)
Leo M. Kaiser
R476 Discovery Miles 4 760 Ships in 12 - 17 work days

During their first two centuries of colonial life, Americans produced a large and fascinating body of original Latin poetry. The poets included in this anthology represent the continuity and vitality of the classical tradition as a major educational and cultural force in the New World. The book includes Latin text and notes.

William Shenstone - Landscape Gardener and Poet (Paperback): Neil Curry William Shenstone - Landscape Gardener and Poet (Paperback)
Neil Curry
R460 Discovery Miles 4 600 Ships in 12 - 17 work days
Symmetry and Sense - The Poetry of Sir Philip Sidney (Paperback): Robert L., JR. Montgomery Symmetry and Sense - The Poetry of Sir Philip Sidney (Paperback)
Robert L., JR. Montgomery
R511 Discovery Miles 5 110 Ships in 7 - 11 work days

Few Elizabethans left the image of their personalities cut so deeply into the Renaissance imagination as did Sir Philip Sidney. Widely admired in his own time, Sidney must seem to the modern reader almost universally accomplished. His talents as courtier, diplomat, soldier, scholar, novelist, and poet are history. Almost immediately after Sidney's death in battle against the Spaniards in the Low Countries, the process of legend began, and the legend has survived, sometimes obscuring the facts. The versatile "Renaissance man" has become, in the eyes of some critics, the romantic lover whose frustrations and despair found release in the "confessional" form of the sonnet sequence, Astrophel and Stella, and in other poems. To show these poems to be consciously constructed works of art, not simply passionate outbursts of romantic emotion, is one aim of this study. The author examines Sidney as poet and critic, concentrating his study on rhetorical technique and poetic rhythm and form. He shows Sidney experimenting with the symmetrical possibilities of rhythm and phrase; practicing the ornateness current and acceptable in his day. He examines Sidney's comment on such a style in The Defense of Poesy and the ways in which the poet's own work agreed with or departed from his expressed opinions. He also balances Sidney's poetry against the powerful tradition of Petrarchan love literature and the equally powerful Renaissance impulse to subject passion to the rule of reason. Finally, in an extended analysis of Astrophel and Stella, he shows Sidney as the master of a plainer, wittier, more subtly fashioned style and a complex, more dramatically immediate form. What emerges from the study is not the personality of the poet, but the principles of his art and the value of his achievement in the mainstream of English Renaissance verse.

Ruben Dario Centennial Studies (Paperback): Miguel Gonzalez- Gerth, George D. Schade Ruben Dario Centennial Studies (Paperback)
Miguel Gonzalez- Gerth, George D. Schade
R508 Discovery Miles 5 080 Ships in 7 - 11 work days

Ruben Dario (1867-1916), the undisputed standard-bearer of the Modernist movement in Hispanic letters, was born in Nicaragua. In 1886 he went to Chile, where he published Azul (1888), his first important book of poems and stories. Later he lived for extended periods in Argentina, Spain, and France, and in these countries produced his best work: compelling poems of beauty, style, and dignity, especially Cantos de vida y esperanza (1905). The perfection of form, exotic essences, and rich ornamentation of his earlier work give way in his most mature poems to self-probings and doubts, the anguish so characteristic of twentieth-century literature. But the hedonistic note, the quenchless appetite for life, dominating Azul and Prosas profanas (1896) never die out, and are magnificently present in El poema del otono (1910). Dario has had a tremendous impact on Hispanic literature. He is one of the best examples of the poet who is true to his art as determined by his innermost impulses. His poetry has fertilized a whole generation of writers in Spanish America and in Spain, and even now his influence continues to be felt.

Tolkien's Lost Chaucer (Hardcover): John M. Bowers Tolkien's Lost Chaucer (Hardcover)
John M. Bowers
R738 Discovery Miles 7 380 Ships in 12 - 17 work days

Tolkien's Lost Chaucer uncovers the story of an unpublished and previously unknown book by the author of The Lord of the Rings. Tolkien worked between 1922 and 1928 on his Clarendon edition Selections from Chaucer's Poetry and Prose, and though never completed, its 160 pages of commentary reveals much of his thinking about language and storytelling when he was still at the threshold of his career as an epoch-making writer of fantasy literature. Drawing upon other new materials such as his edition of the Reeve's Tale and his Oxford lectures on the Pardoner's Tale, this book reveals Chaucer as a major influence upon Tolkien's literary imagination.

Trioedd Ynys Prydein - The Triads of the Island of Britain (Paperback, 4th ed.): Rachel Bromwich Trioedd Ynys Prydein - The Triads of the Island of Britain (Paperback, 4th ed.)
Rachel Bromwich
R745 Discovery Miles 7 450 Ships in 10 - 20 work days

Rachel Bromwich's magisterial edition of Trioedd Ynys Prydein has long won its place as a classic of Celtic studies. This revised edition shows the author's continued mastery of the subject, including a new preface by Morfydd Owen, and will be essential reading for Celticists and for those interested in early British history and literature and in Arthurian studies. Early Welsh literature shows a predilection for classifying names, facts and precepts into triple groups, or triads. The Triads of the Isle of Britain form a series of texts which commemorate the names of traditional heroes and heroines, and which would have served as a catalogue of the names of these heroic figures. The names are grouped under various imprecise but complimentary epithets, which are often paralleled in the esoteric language of the medieval bards, who would have used the triads as an index of past history and legend. This edition is based on a full collation of the most important manuscripts, the earliest of which go back to the thirteenth century. The Welsh text is accompanied by English translations of each triad and extensive notes, and the volume includes four appendices, which are also an important source of personal names. The Introduction to the volume discusses the significance of Trioedd Ynys Prydein in the history of Welsh literature, and examines the traditional basis of the triads.

Making Milton - Print, Authorship, Afterlives (Hardcover): Emma Depledge, John S. Garrison, Marissa Nicosia Making Milton - Print, Authorship, Afterlives (Hardcover)
Emma Depledge, John S. Garrison, Marissa Nicosia
R1,855 Discovery Miles 18 550 Ships in 12 - 17 work days

This volume consists of fourteen original essays that showcase the latest thinking about John Milton's emergence as a popular and canonical author. Contributors consider how Milton positioned himself in relation to the book trade, contemporaneous thinkers, and intellectual movements, as well as how his works have been positioned since their first publication. The individual chapters assess Milton's reception by exploring how his authorial persona was shaped by the modes of writing in which he chose to express himself, the material forms in which his works circulated, and the ways in which his texts were re-appropriated by later writers. The Milton that emerges is one who actively fashioned his reputation by carefully selecting his modes of writing, his language of composition, and the stationers with whom he collaborated. Throughout the volume, contributors also demonstrate the profound impact Milton and his works have had on the careers of a variety of agents, from publishers, booksellers, and fellow writers to colonizers in Mexico and South America.

Lord Byron's Cain - Twelve essays and a text with variants and annotations (Paperback, New): Truman Guy Steffan Lord Byron's Cain - Twelve essays and a text with variants and annotations (Paperback, New)
Truman Guy Steffan
R1,072 R1,003 Discovery Miles 10 030 Save R69 (6%) Out of stock

Cain has been ranked as one of the two best dramatic poems written in England in the nineteenth century. Because of its religious heterodoxy, which veiled a political iconoclasm, and also because of Byron's notoriety, Cain stirred up a storm among Tories and clergymen "from Kentish town to Pisa." From 1821 to 1830 more was printed about its eighteen hundred alarming lines than about the twenty thousand of Don Juan. One solemn Frenchman even translated the work in order to supply his countrymen with a text that he could then rewrite and confute. After the initial controversy, readers began to regard Cain not merely as revolutionary propaganda but as a fictional portrait of common youthful experience: a sequence of aspiration, discontent, uncertainty, confusion, misunderstood isolation, fear, frustration, anger, and finally a rash, inevitable, but futile revolt that led to a future of hopeless regret. Truman Guy Steffan here presents a text, arrived at by collation of the first and several later editions with the original manuscript (presently in the Stark Collection of the Miriam Lutcher Stark Library at the Harry Ransom Center, the University of Texas at Austin). The first eight essays, which comprise Part I, cover a number of literary topics: Byron's defense of his purposes in Cain and the relevance of his dramatic theory to the poem; the characterization that is an ideological confrontation, a revelation of personal conflict, as well as a rendering of individuals who have an existence independent of the author; the principles that controlled Byron's absorption and expansion of biblical materials; the integration of the imagery with the dramatic substance; the incongruities of the language; the metrical heterodoxy; and a description of the manuscript and of Byron's insertions. Part II contains the text of Cain, accompanied by notes on the variants, the manuscript cancellations and additions, certain linguistic details, and the scansion of some unusual verses. Then follow annotations on allusions, sources, and analogues, and on a few passages of the play that have elicited unusual conflict over interpretation. Part III provides a history of Cain criticism, from the opinions of Byron's social and literary circle and of the major periodicals and pamphlets to the more complicated contribution of the twentieth century. This important work stands not only as a valuable addition to Byron scholarship but also as an illuminating record of the changing critical and cultural attitudes from the early nineteenth century to the 1960s. Steffan has done a remarkable job in bringing together and synthesizing an enormous body of material.

Middle English Mouths - Late Medieval Medical, Religious and Literary Traditions (Hardcover): Katie L. Walter Middle English Mouths - Late Medieval Medical, Religious and Literary Traditions (Hardcover)
Katie L. Walter
R1,902 Discovery Miles 19 020 Ships in 12 - 17 work days

The mouth, responsible for both physical and spiritual functions - eating, drinking, breathing, praying and confessing - was of immediate importance to medieval thinking about the nature of the human being. Where scholars have traditionally focused on the mouth's grotesque excesses, Katie L. Walter argues for the recuperation of its material 'everyday' aspect. Walter's original study draws on two rich archives: one comprising Middle English theology (Langland, Julian of Norwich, Lydgate, Chaucer) and pastoral writings; the other broadly medical and surgical, including learned encyclopaedias and vernacular translations and treatises. Challenging several critical orthodoxies about the centrality of sight, the hierarchy of the senses and the separation of religious from medical discourses, the book reveals the centrality of the mouth, taste and touch to human modes of knowing and to Christian identity.

Felt (Paperback): Johanna Emeneny Felt (Paperback)
Johanna Emeneny
R303 R254 Discovery Miles 2 540 Save R49 (16%) Ships in 7 - 11 work days
Selected Poetry (Paperback): Gerard Manley Hopkins Selected Poetry (Paperback)
Gerard Manley Hopkins; Edited by Catherine Phillips 1
R214 R179 Discovery Miles 1 790 Save R35 (16%) Ships in 10 - 20 work days

Gerard Manley Hopkins (1844-89) is now recognized as a major poet of striking originality. He is widely admired for his particularly vivid expression of feeling, from the religious ecstasy of `he Blessed Virgin' to the torments of his loneliness and despair in `No Worst', and for conveying with wonderful freshness his sense of natural beauty in such poems as `The Windhover' and `Pied Beauty'. This selection, chosen from the award-winning Oxford Authors critical edition, includes all his major English poems and most of the larger fragments. The poems are supported with extensive notes and a useful introduction to Hopkins's life and poetry. ABOUT THE SERIES: For over 100 years Oxford World's Classics has made available the widest range of literature from around the globe. Each affordable volume reflects Oxford's commitment to scholarship, providing the most accurate text plus a wealth of other valuable features, including expert introductions by leading authorities, helpful notes to clarify the text, up-to-date bibliographies for further study, and much more.

Indian Angles - English Verse in Colonial India from Jones to Tagore (Hardcover, New): Mary Ellis Gibson Indian Angles - English Verse in Colonial India from Jones to Tagore (Hardcover, New)
Mary Ellis Gibson
R1,060 Discovery Miles 10 600 Ships in 7 - 11 work days

In Indian Angles, Mary Ellis Gibson provides a new historical approach to Indian English literature. Gibson shows that poetry, not fiction, was the dominant literary genre of Indian writing in English until 1860 and that poetry written in colonial situations can tell us as much or even more about figuration, multilingual literacies, and histories of nationalism than novels can. Gibson recreates the historical webs of affiliation and resistance that were experienced by writers in colonial India--writers of British, Indian, and mixed ethnicities..Advancing new theoretical and historical paradigms for reading colonial literatures, Indian Angles makes accessible many writers heretofore neglected or virtually unknown. Gibson recovers texts by British women, by non-elite British men, and by persons who would, in the nineteenth century, have been called Eurasian. Her work traces the mutually constitutive history of English language poets from Sir William Jones to Toru Dutt and Rabindranath Tagore. Drawing on contemporary postcolonial theory, her work also provides new ways of thinking about British internal colonialism as its results were exported to South Asia.. In lucid and accessible prose, Gibson presents a new theoretical approach to colonial and postcolonial literatures.

Dante's Inferno (Paperback): Peter Thornton Dante's Inferno (Paperback)
Peter Thornton
R400 R367 Discovery Miles 3 670 Save R33 (8%) Ships in 12 - 17 work days
Poetry and the Sense of Panic - Critical Essays on Elizabeth Bishop and John Ashbery (Paperback): Lionel Kelly Poetry and the Sense of Panic - Critical Essays on Elizabeth Bishop and John Ashbery (Paperback)
Lionel Kelly
R1,056 Discovery Miles 10 560 Ships in 12 - 17 work days

For all the disciplined artifice of Elizabeth Bishop and John Ashbery, the essays in this collection show that panic plays a crucial role in their work, giving substance to Bishop's claim that "an element of mortal panic and fear" underlines all art. Panic emerges as a condition of creative anxiety and the self-imposed demands of originality in response to the poetic traditions Bishop and Ashbery inherited. These concerns are explored in essays addressed to Bishop and Ashbery's engagement with European Surrealism as an alternative to the dominant poetics of Modernism and its aftermath in the middle years of the twentieth century. Other essays debate the philosophical, religious, and political orientation of their work in relation to Romantic orthodoxies and Postmodern ironies in terms of cultural history, ideology and poetic practice. This collection provides original commentaries on the work of two poets widely regarded as amongst the most significant American poets of the second half of the twentieth century with essays by notable scholars from the United States and Britain known for their special interests in modern poetry including Joanne Feit Diehl, Mark Ford, Edward Larissy, Peter Nicholls, Peter Robinson, Thomas Travisano, Cheryl Walker and Geoff Ward.

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