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The Laura (Riding) Jackson reader

Autor Laura (Riding) Jackson; Elizabeth Friedmann
Vydavatel: New York : Persea Books, ©2005.
Vydání/formát:   book_printbook : English : 1st edZobrazit všechny vydání a formáty
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"Laura (Riding) Jackson, the important American poet and thinker, emerged as a powerful literary voice in the 1920s with the publication of her earliest poems, stories, and criticism. In 1941, at the height of her fame as a poet, Laura (Riding) Jackson turned her attention exclusively to prose writings about language, sexuality, morality, and other subjects of general human concern."
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Osoba: Laura (Riding) Jackson; Laura (Riding) Jackson
Typ materiálu: Internetový zdroj
Typ dokumentu: Book, Internet Resource
Všichni autoři/tvůrci: Laura (Riding) Jackson; Elizabeth Friedmann
ISBN: 0892552638 9780892552634
OCLC číslo: 53831444
Poznámky: "A Karen and Michael Braziller book."
Popis: xxi, 386 pages ; 23 cm
Obsahy: Chronology of Laura (riding) Jackson's life --
A prophecy or a plea --
Dimensions --
Makeshift --
The sweet ascetic --
To a cautious friend --
If a woman should be Messiah --
Incarnations --
The mask --
Take hands --
Lucrece and Nara --
Mortal --
The Quids --
The virgin --
Back to the mother breast --
As well as any other --
The lullaby --
The tiger --
The rugged black of anger --
Echoes, 1-6 --
The map of places --
Death as death --
The troubles of a book --
Opening of eyes --
The wind suffers --
You or you --
World's end --
Rhythms of love --
Beyond --
Come, words, away --
As many questions as answers --
Earth --
The wind, the clock, the we --
Respect for the dead --
There is no land yet --
The flowering urn --
Poet : a lying word --
Nor is it written (from Three sermons to the dead) --
Be grave, woman --
Divestment of beauty --
The reasons of each --
After so much loss --
Doom in bloom --
Seizure of the world --
Nothing so far --
Chapter VI : the making of the poem / Laura Jackson, Robert Graves --
Shame of the person --
The myth --
What is a poem? --
A complicated problem --
The corpus --
The damned thing --
From Though gently --
Experts are puzzled --
The fable of the dice --
The second letter : to continue to begin with --
From The word "woman" and other related writings : chapter 4 : being a woman --
Preface to the first edition --
Daisy and venison --
Reality as port huntlady --
A last lesson in geography --
In the beginning --
The exercise of English, sections 1-2 --
In defence of anger.
Odpovědnost: edited, with an introduction, by Elizabeth Friedmann.
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"Laura (Riding) Jackson, the important American poet and thinker, emerged as a powerful literary voice in the 1920s with the publication of her earliest poems, stories, and criticism. In 1941, at the height of her fame as a poet, Laura (Riding) Jackson turned her attention exclusively to prose writings about language, sexuality, morality, and other subjects of general human concern."

"Finally, here in one portable volume are the key texts from the full range of this eminent author's work. Included from the early writings are a generous selection of the poems, chapters from such major works as A Survey of Modernist Poetry (with Robert Graves), Anarchism Is Not Enough, and The Word "Woman" and Other Related Writings, along with four complete stories from Progress of Stories and the striking preface to her 1938 Collected Poems. The editor has also compiled an ample and representative selection of Laura (Riding) Jackson's later writings."--Jacket.

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