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e-Book Rush to the Lake epub download

Author: Forrest Gander
ISBN: 0914086790
Pages: 72 pages
Publisher: Alice James Books; First Edition edition (June 1, 1988)
Language: English
Category: Poetry
Size ePUB: 1986 kb
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Rating: 4.3
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Subcategory: Literature

e-Book Rush to the Lake epub download

by Forrest Gander



With this extraordinary first collection, Forrest Gander achieves the artful connection between head and heart and loins

With this extraordinary first collection, Forrest Gander achieves the artful connection between head and heart and loins. These are poems whose chronic desires are poised on a consciousness of equal caliber and force. It is poetry that prompts us to exult in our intricacy. In allowing us into the inner circle by the boathouse, Rush To The Lake both disturbs our equilibria and restores us to the unflinching wonder of daily light.

With this extraordinary first collection, Forrest Gander achieves the artful connection between head and heart and loins. In allowing us into the inner circle by the boathouse.

Rush to the Lake (Alice James Books, 1988). ISBN 0914086790 References. Eggplants and Lotus Root (Burning Deck Press, 1991). ISBN 9780930901783, OCLC 779969742 References. "Paul Magee Interviews Forrest Gander". Retrieved 9 August 2018. "Contemporary Authors, New Revision Series.

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Forrest Gander (born 1956) is an American poet, essayist, novelist, and . Courtesy Alice James Books. Rush to the Lake: Poems.

Forrest Gander (born 1956) is an American poet, essayist, novelist, and translator. Born in the Mojave Desert, Gander was raised in Virginia where he attended The College of William and Mary, majoring in geology (a subject referenced frequently in both his poems and his essays). Forrest Gander (born 1956) is an American poet, essayist, novelist, and translator. Because of the frequency and particularity of Gander's references to the Virginia landscape, Robert Hass, former . Poet Laureate, calls him "a Southern poet of a relatively rare kind, a restlessly experimental writer.

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Forrest Gander, Loiter from Rush to the Lake (Cambridge: AliceJames Books, 1988). Born in California’s Mojave Desert, poet Forrest Gander grew up in Virginia and attended the College of William & Mary, where he majored in geology

Forrest Gander, Loiter from Rush to the Lake (Cambridge: AliceJames Books, 1988). Reprinted with the permission of the author. Source: Rush to the Lake (1988). Born in California’s Mojave Desert, poet Forrest Gander grew up in Virginia and attended the College of William & Mary, where he majored in geology

Forrest Gander's Rush to the Lake is cryptic and mysterious. His poems often cross over into myth, tale or parable, or uncover a sense of archetype in a situation. Gander doesn't stand under the umbrellas of any particular post-modern theories about poetry

Forrest Gander's Rush to the Lake is cryptic and mysterious. Gander doesn't stand under the umbrellas of any particular post-modern theories about poetry. His approach is to find what no one else possibly could know about his subject - and that approach guarantees an original voice. Frances Mayes, San Jose Mercury News.

Rush To The Lake, (poems) Alice James Books, 1988.

Adele Kellenberg Seaver '49 Professor Emeritus of Creative Writing, Professor Emeritus of Literary Arts, and Professor Emeritus of Comparitive Literature. Forrest Gander, the Adele Kellenberg Seaver Professor of Literary Arts and Comparative Literature, has degrees in geology and English. Rush To The Lake, (poems) Alice James Books, 1988.

With this extraordinary first collection, Forrest Gander achieves the artful connection between head and heart and loins. These are poems whose chronic desires are poised on a consciousness of equal caliber and force. Line by line he detaches the familiar from old surroundings in language exquisitely cultivated to the edge of excess. It is poetry that prompts us to exult in our intricacy. In allowing us into "the inner circle by the boathouse," Rush To The Lake both disturbs our equilibria and restores us to the unflinching wonder of daily light.