Nature Poem

Author: Tommy Pico
Publisher: Tin House Books
ISBN: 9781941040638
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A book-length poem about how an American Indian (or NDN) writer can t bring himself to write about nature, but is forced to reckon with colonial-white stereotypes, manifest destiny, and his own identity as an young, queer, urban-dwelling poet. "

Living In The Nature Poem

Author: Mary Harwell Sayler
ISBN: 9780983585275
Size: 45.21 MB
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Living in the Nature Poem connects us to ourselves, each other, and the earth. As an important part of our own environments, we're also part of the complexities of nature, including human nature and those odd thoughts and moments that bring humor, wonder, perplexity, and prayer.

What Nature

Author: Steve Fay
Publisher: Triquarterly Books
ISBN: 9780810150782
Size: 40.84 MB
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Steve Fay's what nature brings a naturalist's attentiveness to poetry. As responsive to nature as Gary Snyder or Mary Oliver, Fay combines a command of the poetic craft with rich, descriptive exactness as he describes physical and psychological landscapes, particularly of his native Midwest.Central to what nature is "The Milkweed Parables", a long and atmospheric poem dealing with issues of nature, lineage, family, and history. As rich and sweeping as a novella, this remarkable poem is an inquiry into the interdependence of human life and the natural world. Showing startling range -- poems that move from political satire to portraits of loneliness and regret to humor -- these poems form a multidimensional meditation on the relationship of man to nature, and are a unique contribution to the canon of contemporary poetry.

A Year Of Nature Poems

Author: Joseph Coelho
Publisher: Wide Eyed Editions
ISBN: 1786035839
Size: 48.73 MB
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See how animals behave through the seasons, and the cycle of trees and plants, from the first blossoms of spring through to the stark winter wonderland in December. 12 inspiring poems from Joseph Coelho, paired with folk art from Kelly Louise Judd give this book year-round appeal.

Aspects Of Eighteenth Century Nature Poetry

Author: Cecil V. Deane
Publisher: Psychology Press
ISBN: 9780714611549
Size: 19.16 MB
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First published in 1967. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.


Author: May Swenson
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
ISBN: 9780618064083
Size: 57.22 MB
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NATURE, a major compendium of May Swenson's poems, including ten that appeared first in this collection, draws on nearly fifty years of work. "Surely no one, scientist or poet," wrote former U.S. poet laureate Howard Nemerov, "has seen things . . . so clearly as she, and surely no one has made seeing and saying so nearly one."

Nature Poetry

Author: Sheila Griffin Llanas
Publisher: Enslow Publishing, LLC
ISBN: 1464612358
Size: 12.86 MB
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Nature poetry discovers the deep connection between humanity and nature. Beyond describing the wild beauty found in nature, the poetry discusses nature's impact on humans and people's impact on nature. Author Sheila Griffin Llanas explores eight poems and poets, with chapters on William Wordsworth, Emily Dickinson, Walt Whitman, and five others. Accompanied by biographical information on the poet and end-of-chapter questions for further study, Llanas closely examines each poem, including detailed analysis of form, content, poetic technique, and theme, encouraging readers to develop the tools to understand and appreciate poetry.

Ronsard Poet Of Nature

Author: Dudley Butler Wilson
Publisher: Manchester University Press
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Towards A Romantic Conception Of Nature Coleridge S Poetry Up To 1803

Author: H.R. Rookmaaker
Publisher: John Benjamins Publishing
ISBN: 9027279896
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This study describes in detail the development of Coleridge’s attitude to nature as it is reflected in his poetry. It analyses the different stages of Coleridge’s search for a meaningful relation to nature from an uncritical adoption of the eighteenth century conventions in his early poetry to a projectionist view in his poems of 1802. It offers challenging new readings of some of Coleridge’s major poems like ‘The Ancient Mariner’ and ‘Dejection: an Ode’, and tries to rehabilitate some minor ones, like ‘The Picture’. Attention is also paid to his relation with Wordsworth. It discusses in detail the philosophical background of Coleridge’s views and considers the contribution of German thought to his development. As a whole this study affords a new insight into the genesis of romanticism in England.