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No nature : new and selected poems

Author: Gary Snyder
Publisher: New York : Pantheon Books, ©1992.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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No Nature marks the first collection from the whole of Snyder's work as a poet.
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Genre/Form: Proofs (Printing)
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Snyder, Gary, 1930-
No nature.
New York : Pantheon Books, ©1992
(OCoLC)643836305
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Gary Snyder
ISBN: 0679413855 9780679413851
OCLC Number: 25632328
Notes: Includes index.
Description: xv, 390 p. ; 22 cm.
Contents: Never Mind. The Bath. Spel Against Demons. Front Lines. Control Burn. The Call of the Wild. Prayer for the Great Family. Manzanita. Magpie's Song. The Real Work. Pine Tree Tops. For Nothing. Night Herons. The Egg. By Frazier Creek Falls. It Pleas. from Riprap and Cold Mountain Poems. Riprap. Mid-August at Sourdough Mountain Lookout. The Late Snow & Lumber Strike of the Summer of Fifty-four. Piute Creek. Milton by Firelight. Above Pate Valley. Water. Hay for the Horses. Thin Ice. Nooksack Valley. All through the Rains. Migration of Birds. Toji. Kyoto: March. The Sappa Creek. Goofing Again. Cartagena. Riprap. Cold Mountain Poems. "The path to Han-shan's place is laughable," "In a tangle of cliffs I chose a place --
" "In the mountains it's cold." "Men ask the way to Cold Mountain" "I settled at Cold Mountain long ago," "Clambering up the Cold Mountain path," "I have lived at Cold Mountain" "Spring-water in the green creek is clear" "In my first thirty years of life" "I can't stand these bird-songs" "There's a naked bug at Cold Mountain" "Cold Mountain is a house" "Once at Cold Mountain, troubles cease --
" "Some critic tried to put me down --
" "I've lived at Cold Mountain --
how many autumns." "My home was at Cold Mountain from the start," "When men see Han-shan" --
from Myths & Texts. Logging. "The morning star is not a star" "But ye shall destroy their altars," "'Lodgepole Pine: the wonderful reproductive" "Pines, under pines," "Felix Baran" "Ray Wells, a big Nisqually, and I" "Each dawn is clear" "A green limb hangs in the crotch" "The groves are down" "Lodgepole" Hunting. first shaman song. this poem is for birds. this poem is for bear. this poem is for deer. "Sealion, salmon, offshore --
" "Flung from demonic wombs" "Now I'll also tell what food" "How rare to be born a human being!" Burning. second shaman song. Maudgalyayana saw hell. Maitreya the future Buddha. "Face in the crook of her neck" John Muir on Mt. Ritter. Amitabha's vow. "Spikes of new smell driven up nostrils" "Stone-flake and salmon." "'Wash me on home, mama'" the text --
from Mountains and Rivers Without End. Bubbs Creek Haircut. The Blue Sky --
from The Back Country. Far West. A Berry Feast. Marin-an. Sixth-Month Song in the Foothills. The Spring. A Walk. Fire in the Hole. Burning the Small Dead. Foxtail Pine. August on Sourdough, A Visit from Dick Brewer. Oil. Once Only. After Work. For the Boy Who Was Dodger Point Lookout Fifteen Years Ago. Far East. Yase: September. Pine River. Vapor Trails. The Public Bath. A Volcano in Kyushu. Four Poems for Robin. The Firing. Work to Do Toward Town. Nansen. Six Years. Kali. For a Stone Girl at Sanchi. North Beach Alba. Could She See the Whole Real World With her Ghost Breast Eyes Shut Under a Blouse Lid? Night. This Tokyo. The Manichaeans. Mother of the Buddhas, Queen of Heaven, Mother of the Sun; Marici, Goddess of the Dawn. On Our Way to Khajuraho. Circumambulating Arunachala. 7: VII. Nanao Knows. The Truth like the Belly of a Woman Turning. For John Chappell. Go Round. Back. The Old Dutch Woman. For the West. 7. IV. 64. Twelve Hours Out of New York After Twenty-Five Days at Sea. Across Lamarck Col. Hop, Skip, and Jump. Beneath My Hand and Eye the Distant Hills, Your Body. Through the Smoke Hole --
from Regarding Wave. Wave. In the House of the Rising Sun. Song of the Tangle. Song of the Slip. Song of the Taste. Kyoto Born in Spring Song. Burning Island. Roots. Rainbow Body. Everybody Lying on Their Stomachs, Head Toward the Candle, Reading, Sleeping, Drawing. Shark Meat. The Bed in the Sky. Kai, Today. Not Leaving the House. Regarding Wave. Revolution in the Revolution in the Revolution. What You Should Know to Be a Poet. Aged Tamba Temple Plum Tree Song. It. Running Water Music. Sours of the Hills. The Wild Edge. The Trade. To Fire. Love. Meeting the Mountains. Running Water Music II. Long Hair. Target Practice --
from Turtle Island. Manzanita. Anasazi. The Way West, Underground. The Dead by the Side of the Road. I Went into the Maverick Bar. No Matter.
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