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The Resource What Light Can Do : Essays on Art, Imagination, and the Natural World, Robert Hass, (electronic resource)

What Light Can Do : Essays on Art, Imagination, and the Natural World, Robert Hass, (electronic resource)

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What Light Can Do : Essays on Art, Imagination, and the Natural World
Title
What Light Can Do
Title remainder
Essays on Art, Imagination, and the Natural World
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Robert Hass
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Language
eng
Summary
An evocative and captivating collection of essays on writers, place, poetry, and photography?with accompanying photos throughout?from Pulitzer Prize and National Book Award winner Robert Hass. Renowned for his magisterial verse, Robert Hass is also a brilliant essayist. Finely attuned to the pleasures and pains of being human, the essays are always grounded in the beauty of the material world and its details, and in the larger political and social realities we inhabit
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Hass, Robert
Illustrations
illustrations
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no index present
Literary form
essays
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  • Literature, Modern
  • Literature, Modern
  • Poetry, Modern
  • Poetry, Modern
  • Art
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What Light Can Do : Essays on Art, Imagination, and the Natural World, Robert Hass, (electronic resource)
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Electronic book
Contents
  • Study war no more : violence, literature and Immanuel Kant
  • Some California writers.
  • Jack London in his time : Martin Eden
  • Mary Austin and The land of little rain
  • The fury of Robinson Jeffers
  • William Everson : some glimpses
  • Maxine Hong Kingston : notes on a woman warrior
  • Poets and the world.
  • Ko Un and Korean poetry
  • Milosz at eighty
  • A miscellany of short pieces to begin.
  • Milosz at ninety-three
  • Poetry and terror : some notes on Coming to Jakarta
  • Zukofsky at the outset
  • Tomaž Šalamun : an introduction
  • A bruised sky : two Chinese poets
  • Two essays on literature and religion.
  • Reflections on the Epistles of John
  • Notes on poetry and spirituality
  • Three photographers and their landscapes.
  • Robert Adams and Los Angeles
  • Wallace Stevens in the world
  • Robert Buelteman and the Coast Range
  • Laura McPhee and the river of no return
  • Three essays on (mainly) American poetry.
  • On teaching poetry
  • Families and prisons
  • Edward Taylor : how American poetry got started
  • Imagining the earth.
  • Cormac McCarthy's trilogy, or, The Puritan conscience and the Mexican dark
  • Black nature
  • Rivers and stories : an introduction
  • Chekhov's anger
  • An oak grove
  • Howl at fifty
  • The kingdom of reversals : notes on Hosoe's Mishima
  • George Oppen : his art
  • Ernesto Cardenal : a Nicaraguan poet's beginning
  • A longer essay on literature and war.
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
  • 1 online resource
  • 496 p.
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780062096845
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h9w789
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Electronic reproduction.
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(MnSpTMCL)h9w789
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  • Format: Adobe EPUB
  • Requires: cloudLibrary (file size: 11.1 MB)
Label
What Light Can Do : Essays on Art, Imagination, and the Natural World, Robert Hass, (electronic resource)
Link
Publication
Note
Electronic book
Contents
  • Study war no more : violence, literature and Immanuel Kant
  • Some California writers.
  • Jack London in his time : Martin Eden
  • Mary Austin and The land of little rain
  • The fury of Robinson Jeffers
  • William Everson : some glimpses
  • Maxine Hong Kingston : notes on a woman warrior
  • Poets and the world.
  • Ko Un and Korean poetry
  • Milosz at eighty
  • A miscellany of short pieces to begin.
  • Milosz at ninety-three
  • Poetry and terror : some notes on Coming to Jakarta
  • Zukofsky at the outset
  • Tomaž Šalamun : an introduction
  • A bruised sky : two Chinese poets
  • Two essays on literature and religion.
  • Reflections on the Epistles of John
  • Notes on poetry and spirituality
  • Three photographers and their landscapes.
  • Robert Adams and Los Angeles
  • Wallace Stevens in the world
  • Robert Buelteman and the Coast Range
  • Laura McPhee and the river of no return
  • Three essays on (mainly) American poetry.
  • On teaching poetry
  • Families and prisons
  • Edward Taylor : how American poetry got started
  • Imagining the earth.
  • Cormac McCarthy's trilogy, or, The Puritan conscience and the Mexican dark
  • Black nature
  • Rivers and stories : an introduction
  • Chekhov's anger
  • An oak grove
  • Howl at fifty
  • The kingdom of reversals : notes on Hosoe's Mishima
  • George Oppen : his art
  • Ernesto Cardenal : a Nicaraguan poet's beginning
  • A longer essay on literature and war.
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
  • 1 online resource
  • 496 p.
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780062096845
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
h9w789
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(MnSpTMCL)h9w789
System details
  • Format: Adobe EPUB
  • Requires: cloudLibrary (file size: 11.1 MB)

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