|類型/形式：||Criticism, interpretation, etc|
Hougen, John B.
Ecstasy within discipline.
Atlanta, Ga. : Scholars Press, ©1995
|提及的人：||Richard Wilbur; Richard Wilbur; Richard (Schriftsteller) Wilbur|
John B Hougen
|ISBN:||1555409598 9781555409593 1555409601 9781555409609|
|描述：||131 pages ; 23 cm.|
|内容：||Ch. 1. Formal Poetry: Wilbur in Context --
Ch. 2. Intuitions of the Spirit in an Imperfect World --
Ch. 3. Wilbur as Meditative Poet --
Ch. 4. Kinetic Strategies: Poetry Moving Toward Ecstacy --
Ch. 5. Seeking the Invisible Through the Visible: Celebrative, Metaphysical Poetry.
|叢書名：||American Academy of Religion academy series, no. 85.|
|責任：||John B. Hougen.|
Ecstasy Within Discipline is a study of the theological and spiritual dimensions of Richard Wilbur's poetry. First, it places Wilbur in the context of a generation of American writers who were searching for poetic ways to acknowledge the power of life's non-rational dimensions including the spiritual. Then it traces the several strategies found repeatedly in Wilbur's poems by which the poet leads his readers toward significant theological insights and spiritual encounters. Finally, Wilbur's understanding of the relationship of spirit and the material world is compared with that of Emerson, Dickinson, Frost, Merton, and the Christian scriptures. Richard Wilbur proves to be a writer whose immense skill at his craft is matched by the profundity of his exploration of the human spirit and the transcendence for which it hungers. This is the first book-length study of Wilbur's poetry to focus on its theological and spiritual import.