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Selected Poems, 1968–1998 epub ebook

by John Wood

Selected Poems, 1968–1998 epub ebook

Author: John Wood
Category: Poetry
Language: English
Publisher: University of Arkansas Press; First Edition edition (July 1, 1999)
Pages: 181 pages
ISBN: 1557285608
ISBN13: 978-1557285607
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 868
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Selected Poems, 1968–1998 book. Selected Poems, 1968–1998, represents thirty years of John Wood's work, offering his readers a most comprehensive view of an unusual mind and spirit that is at once eloquent and humorous.

Selected Poems, 1968-1998, represents thirty years of John Wood's work, offering his readers a most comprehensive view of an unusual mind and spirit that is at once eloquent and humorous. Recalled memories tumble with sense and grace

McNeese State University John Wood was hired as a professor at McNeese State University in 1976 and soon after . Selected Poems 1968–1998, 1999, University of Arkansas Press. The Gates of the Elect Kingdom, 1997, University of Iowa Press.

McNeese State University John Wood was hired as a professor at McNeese State University in 1976 and soon after founded its Master of Fine Arts in creative writing program, marking it as one of the older MFA programs in America. In Primary Light, 1994, University of Iowa Press.

Personal Name: Wood, John, 1947 Jan. 2-. Uniform Title: Poems. All rights are reserved by their owners. Download book Selected poems, 1968-1998, John Wood. Publication, Distribution, et. Fayetteville, Ar. .University of Arkansas Press, (c)1999. Physical Description: xi, 181 p. ;, 23 cm. Download Selected poems, 1968-1998, John Wood.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Ireland The Volkswagen parked in the gap, But gently ticking over. You wonder if it's lovers And not men hurrying back Across two fields and a river. Sven Birkerts has said.

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Born in 1952, John Wood has long enjoyed reading, writing and analysing poetry. This selection of poems also includes a postscript of some observations regarding the challenges to poetry and other art forms of long incubated, populist memes (such as 'post-truth', 'fake news' and 'fake culture') as a development from post-modern deconstruction. Features & Details. Born in 1952, John Wood has long enjoyed reading, writing and analysing poetry.

His Selected Poems 1968-1998 was published in 1999. in 18th Century English literature, founded McNeese University’s MFA Program in creative writing, directed it for twenty-five years, and held professorship in both English Literature and Photographic History.

Selected Poems, 1968–1998, represents thirty years of John Wood's work, offering his readers a most comprehensive view of an unusual mind and spirit that is at once eloquent and humorous. In poems that range from narratives, lyrics, and elegies, to odes, satires, and even a mini-epic, his work whips language into intense emotion. Recalled memories tumble with sense and grace. The homely and the visionary intertwine as the often stark realities of human experience are infused with love and light. The prospering genius of these poems is that they seek not so much to redeem or reclaim what is lost, but to redirect perspectives with a generous sweep of possibilities. Wood's craft as a wordsmith gives us a voice that powerfully interprets what it means to be human and alive. John Wood holds professorships in both photographic history and English literature at McNeese State University in Lake Charles, Louisiana, where he is also director of the Master of Fine Arts Program in Creative Writing. He is the author of three previous books of poetry and seven books of art and photographic criticism. His books have won the Iowa Poetry Prize twice, the American Library Association's Choice Outstanding Academic Books of 1992, and the New York Times Book Review Best Photo Books of 1995.
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skriper
John Wood does amazing work covering topics from living with roaches in Louisiana, to love, to becoming a parent, and to the after life. A prevalent theme throughout his work is the relationship with a high power, a diety somewhere in this world, though maybe of uncertainty. He expresses himself vividly, revealing a person simply throughout his words. One can picture a family, a father speaking to his son, a son speaking to his mother, and a husband speaking to his wife. Though some may call him a "crazy pagan poet" he is much more. He is a man of passion and laughter, a man who seems certain there is a diety, but is always trying to find the right path to follow. It is expressed so well in his poems.

Agrainel
wood's selected poems is a solid collection of poems spanning 30 years. there are a wide variety of themes and styles contained in the collection, though man's relationship with a higher power seems to be the prevailing theme. but don't get me wrong, these are not necessarily devotional poems. you have to read them to see what i mean. pay special attention to "Opie and the Apples," "Baptisms," "Silage," and my favorite, "Here in Louisiana."

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