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Cartography and walking

Author: Adam Dickinson
Publisher: London, Ont. : Brick Books, ©2002.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The supple voice in Adam Dickinson's poetry distills the complexities of emotion and intellect into a clarity of phrasing and metaphor. One hopes for readers who listen half as carefully to the subtleties of his poetry as he listens to the world he evokes. For Adam Dickinson, cartography provides the imaginative contour lines for mapping the features of a colloquy between human experience and the natural world, a  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Adam Dickinson
ISBN: 1894078225 9781894078221
OCLC Number: 48533169
Notes: Poems.
Description: 99 pages : portrait ; 23 cm
Responsibility: Adam Dickinson.

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The supple voice in Adam Dickinson's poetry distills the complexities of emotion and intellect into a clarity of phrasing and metaphor. One hopes for readers who listen half as carefully to the subtleties of his poetry as he listens to the world he evokes. For Adam Dickinson, cartography provides the imaginative contour lines for mapping the features of a colloquy between human experience and the natural world, a world at once familiar and strange, that we call home. --Ross Leckie.

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