Download E-books Physics on All Fours PDF

By Nick Herbert

Someday throughout the new millennium technological know-how will make touch with the minds that lie hidden inside subject. Scientists of the longer term will deal with Nature no longer as a suite of useless gadgets yet as a person you may make like to.

"I are looking to woo Her, no longer view Her
puppy fact till She purrs"

In "Physics on all Fours" Nick makes an attempt through verse to set the temper and course of a brand new science--quantum tantra--that makes deep and embarrassingly intimate connections with the Cosmos. "Physics on all Fours" will tease your senses, seduce your brain and make you a complete pushover for the recent erotic physics of the future.

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Download E-books A Self-divided Poet: Form and Texture in the Verse of Thomas Hood PDF

By Rodney Stenning Edgecombe

While Thomas Hood has lengthy been considered as a minor comedian poet, this book--the first to dedicate itself solely to his verse--provides a close research of 2 severe poems (Hero and Leander and The Plea of the Midsummer Fairies) in an effort to supply a greater experience of his variety. such a lot commentators have pointed to the effect of Keats on such events, yet shut exam finds an excellent higher debt to Elizabethan and Metaphysical poets, whose occasionally playful deployment of the vanity struck a chord in his sensibility. whilst, the ebook offers Hood's comedian genius its due, offering designated debts of the deftness and panache of his light-hearted oeuvre. One bankruptcy examines his expedition into the mock-heroic mode (Odes and Addresses to nice People), and one other his reliance on that airiest of kinds, the capriccio (Whims and Oddities). The learn concludes with an in depth exam of pass over Kilmansegg and Her important Leg, exhibiting how Hood used to be right here capable of inflect a jeu d'esprit with an exceptional Juvenalian ardour.

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Download E-books Micrographia PDF

By Emily Wilson

8 years after her revelatory first e-book, Emily Wilson deepens her concentration and extends her imaginative and prescient in new poems of awesome intelligence and originality. Venturing into landscapes either inside and external, "Micrographia" explores what Wilson calls "the advanced rigged wildness" of geographical, emotional, and verbal states, a territory positioned "somewhere in that / enjambment inside of / a cave in the brain." Following within the culture of such poets as Dickinson, Bishop, and Ammons, Wilson's paintings regards the brain as "enmeshed" with the wildlife, continually "at the hinge of going over." Her method of talking is as accurately calibrated and as stressed as her approach of seeing, and the terrain of" Micrographia "rises from a wealthy and unpredictable stumble upon with poetic language and shape. while, the voice of those poems is rarely under pressing, "coming transparent through the foment / relocating via it."
Wilson's eye travels the stricken barriers among noticeable and invisible worlds, starting from coastal Nova Scotia to the Andean highlands to Brooklyn's commercial Gowanus Canal to the poet's personal yard. Steeped in culture yet spoken in tones which are totally specific, those complex poems input into the microscopic, micrographic areas among phrases and issues, among considering and being.

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Download E-books The Hemophiliac's Motorcycle (Iowa Poetry Prize) PDF

By Tom Andrews

In this moment clever and passionate booklet, Tom Andrews explores disorder as a huge topic, fending off sentimentality with no being only confessional.  He advances his significant expertise with nice power and forcefulness.  The poems ae buoyant with humor and conscious of bigger mysteries whilst they examine very own issues.  there's an urgency that's compelling; the paintings is immersed within the inner most grief of the speaker with out except for the reader.  there's actual and hard-won knowledge and intelligence within the poems, delivering actual surprises and pleasure; their beautiful humility isn't a pose.

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Download E-books Fallacy of Silver Age (Sign/Text/Culture: Studies in Slavic and Comparative Semioti) PDF

During this research, Ronen seriously examines the time period "Silver Age", which through the years has won such vast foreign money between historians and connoisseurs of twentieth century Russian tradition. the writer strains the starting place and the arguable improvement of what he condemns as an influential misnomer. Ronen units out to debunk the parable that attributes invention of the time period to Nikolai Berdiaev, and in flip lines this conventional catchword within the serious idiom from an abscure, avante-garde manifesto to the current day. He lays to leisure using the time period which he sees because the such a lot deceptive constituent of Russia's modern cultural self-awareness and self-assessment.

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Download E-books The Poetry of Disturbance: The Discomforts of Postwar American Poetry (Cambridge Studies in American Literature and Culture) PDF

Within the Poetry of Disturbance, David Bergman argues that post-war poetry underwent an important if refined shift in emphasis, relocating from the modernist predicament with the poem as a visible textual content to 1 that used to be mainly oral in nature. The ensuing switch used to be worrying, particularly for these cited at the ideas of excessive modernism. This new pressure on orality implied a shift within the economic system of the poem, clear of the austerity of language endorsed through Pound and Eliot to a method that conveyed freedom, expansiveness, and an leading edge directness.

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Download E-books On Tact, & the Made Up World (Kuhl House Poets) PDF

By Michele Glazer

Michele Glazer’s poems tackle questions of being and price, exploring not only what is, yet how it really is. The poems hassle bordersbetween self and different, young and old, unwell and good, stranger and intimate; among actual states in approaches of degradation; and among line and word, sentence and interruption, prose and poem, resisting the need for whatever irrefutable with an abiding skepticism. 

      The poems are attracted to missteps in conception and in language, these fractures that promise to crack open a floor to yield another, higher meaning:  “What is checked out is modified / what's hunted for is gone.” From this collision of ardour and severity come poems which are unusual and darkly beautiful.

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Download E-books Shannon: A Poem of the Lewis and Clark Expedition PDF

By Campbell McGrath

“An unforeseen tale and a gem of a book.”
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

 

The incomparable Campbell McGrath, whom Outside magazine calls, “A author who may well aid keep poetry from academia and get the remainder of us studying it again,” promises an amazing paintings: Shannon, an epic poem that strains the amazing trip of the youngest member of the Lewis and Clark expedition. The Kansas urban Star praises Shannon as, “A luminescent narrative…a fable of yankee personality prior to its corruption,” and Campbell McGrath—Poet Laureate, Guggenheim Fellowship, Pushcart Prize, and three-time Academy of yankee Poets Prize winner—proves once more to be really an “everyman poet” who channels the spirit of Walt Whitman during this lyrical event.

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Download E-books Three Poems PDF

By John Ahsbery

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Definitely a few home made book. reasonable caliber. The paper model has been out of print for rather some time and that i couldn't ensure no matter if a few line breaks do correspond to the author's intention.
This choice of 3 long, prose-looking poems will get enthusiastic reviews from readers on Amazon.

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The New Spirit
The Recital
The System

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