Completed Field Notes: The Long Poems of Robert Kroetsch
University of Alberta, 2000 - 252 sayfa
This book brings together twenty of Kroetsch's long poems, spanning some of 15 years of creative activity. Remarkably versatile in both form and content, these extended meditations bear witness to Kroetsch's modernist inheritance and his well-known commitment to post-modern jouissance. Whether it be in an evocation of an Australian beach or in an account of the stone hammer used by the poet's father, we find again and again the delight, elusiveness and mastery of everyday language that have become trademarks of the author's oeuvre.
Kullanıcılar ne diyor? - Eleştiri yazın
Her zamanki yerlerde hiçbir eleştiri bulamadık.
Introduction by Fred
Diğer baskılar - Tümünü görüntüle
absence Alberta asked beer begin bird bpNichol button China climbed colour crows dark daughters dead death Delphi dream drink duck Eli Mandel eyes father Field Notes fingers fish forest Frankfurt Hauptbahnhof Fred Wah garden going Greek green Guangzhou hand Heisler horses Howie Morenz ID IN FULL June June 21 Kroetsch's Lake Winnipeg Laura Laurie Ricou ledger lemon look lost lovers Meggie moon Morenz morning mountain night Noosa Heads notation Number Oldman River Pausanias poem poetry potato prairie rain remember road Sad Phoenician Salonika Seed Catalogue Sifnos silence Silent Poet sleep Smaro smell snow sought my mother speak Stone Hammer story surprised Swift Current tell told tongue tonight train tree trying turn wait watching wear wind window wine Winnipeg Winnipeg zoo winter woman words writing