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Fathering the Map: New and Selected Later Poems - Robert Pack
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2000, ISBN: 9780226644059

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New Delhi, India: Response Books, 2000. Among the significant new features of the revised edition are: - a large number of new and re-drawn illustrations to describe individual gestures as also `gesture clusters` - additional information and illustrations on body language in business, including etiquette, sales interactions and spatial arrangements - anew section on `personology`—the scientific reading of the face based on genetics and body type - new entries on emotional cues in body language as also on sartorial fashions and ornamental accessories. Printed Pages: 148.. Second Edition. Paperback. New., Response Books, 2000, New Delhi, India: Response Books, 2000. Among the significant new features of the revised edition are: - a large number of new and re-drawn illustrations to describe individual gestures as also `gesture clusters` - additional information and illustrations on body language in business, including etiquette, sales interactions and spatial arrangements - anew section on `personology`—the scientific reading of the face based on genetics and body type - new entries on emotional cues in body language as also on sartorial fashions and ornamental accessories. Printed Pages: 148.. Second Edition. Paperback. New., Response Books, 2000, Dramatist's Play Service, 1949. THE STORIES: HOPE IS THE THING WITH FEATHERS. The plot revolves about the ridiculous and tragic efforts of a group of tramps and other down-and-outs to catch a duck on a lake in Central Park and cook it. The efforts which the various derelicts make to achieve their petty ends are presented and combined in masterly comic fashion. The contrast between the assorted group of misfits and the ridiculous game they pursue forms the basis of this uproarious play. Beneath the mere externals, there runs of course a savage and ironic commentary on mankind. (9 men.) HOME LIFE OF A BUFFALO. Living in a cheap hotel are Eddie and his wife and their young son, Joey. They are a vaudeville team who have reached what looks like the end of their futile artistic career. The irrepressible Eddie will not face realities, whereas his wife insists that vaudeville is dead. There is, however, the child Joey to think of. Joey needs an education. But his father still thinks of the lad as a future vaudevillian. At last even Eddie is forced to a realization that the future holds nothing for any of them. He therefore prepares an elaborate suicide by turning on the gas, but while making plans for this last exit, he gets a marvelous inspiration for a new "act." He turns off the gas, wakes up his wife and son, and the three of them go into a mad rehearsal, ready to face the future with confidence. (3 men, 2 women.) GONE TOMORROW. A riotous comedy of Irish family life in America. Uncle Hughie lies upstairs at the point of death, his family downstairs wondering about his property. The old man, who is a willful and stubborn character, refuses however to die, and furthermore, he has his own ideas about what he will do with his property. An uproarious bit of character comedy. (5 men, 2 women.). Acting Edition. Soft Cover. Fine., Dramatist's Play Service, 1949, Chicago, IL The University of Chicago Press, 1993. Hardcover First Edition; First Printing indicated. First Edition; First Printing indicated. Very Near Fine in Very Good DJ: The Book shows only the former bookseller's rubber-stamped logo at the upper corner of the front free endpaper; the binding is square and secure; the text is clean. DJ shows indications of very careful use, but there is one inch chip at the top of the rear hinge and two tiny, closed tears; the price is unclipped; mylar-protected. A New book in a mildly worn, but flawed DJ. NOT a Remainder, Book-Club, or Ex-Library. 8vo. 302pp. Hardback with DJ. "Poetry," wrote Wordsworth, "is the breath and finer spirit of all knowledge; it is the impassioned expression which is the countenance of all Science." Robert Pack's new book is a heady mixture of the finer spirit. A selection from his last five books, along with a collection of new poems, Fathering the Map takes us from the personal reflections distilled in the lyrics of Waking to My Name (1980) to the worldly reckonings of Inheritance (1992) and back again. In the dramatic monologues of Faces in a Single Tree (1984), in the narrative of a wayward life from womb to double ending in Clayfield Rejoices, Clayfield Laments (1987), in a cosmic tour conducted by the physicist Heinz Pagels with Before It Vanishes (1990), Pack has fashioned poems of intimate experience, scientific meditations, philosophical wonder, poems that breathe the knowledge of man and woman, young and old, artist and human animal. Pack's work has won the acclaim of writers, critics, and readers from Robert Penn Warren to Cynthia Ozick to Stephen Jay Gould, who comments that the "precious contacts of science and poetry are now sadly rare, but Bob Pack revitalizes the ancient union with incisive poems that sing with lyricism or bite with insight—but always seem to add wisdom to the scientist's epigram." "The poet improves his style and spirit as he extends his reach," Howard Nemerov has written, and in his new work Pack reaches back to some of his earliest memories, and so forward to a personal mythology that circles from the primal instant to the present ecological crisis. "Robert Pack's poetry is deeply rooted in his won family life," Richard Wilbur has remarked, "and yet his imagination has always included us all." Cynthia Ozick has said of Pack's poetry: "We rejoice as we read.", The University of Chicago Press, 1993.

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Chicago, IL The University of Chicago Press, 1993. Hardcover First Edition; First Printing indicated. First Edition; First Printing indicated. Very Near Fine in Very Good DJ: The Book shows only the former bookseller's rubber-stamped logo at the upper corner of the front free endpaper; the binding is square and secure; the text is clean. DJ shows indications of very careful use, but there is one inch chip at the top of the rear hinge and two tiny, closed tears; the price is unclipped; mylar-protected. A New book in a mildly worn, but flawed DJ. NOT a Remainder, Book-Club, or Ex-Library. 8vo. 302pp. Hardback with DJ. "Poetry," wrote Wordsworth, "is the breath and finer spirit of all knowledge; it is the impassioned expression which is the countenance of all Science." Robert Pack's new book is a heady mixture of the finer spirit. A selection from his last five books, along with a collection of new poems, Fathering the Map takes us from the personal reflections distilled in the lyrics of Waking to My Name (1980) to the worldly reckonings of Inheritance (1992) and back again. In the dramatic monologues of Faces in a Single Tree (1984), in the narrative of a wayward life from womb to double ending in Clayfield Rejoices, Clayfield Laments (1987), in a cosmic tour conducted by the physicist Heinz Pagels with Before It Vanishes (1990), Pack has fashioned poems of intimate experience, scientific meditations, philosophical wonder, poems that breathe the knowledge of man and woman, young and old, artist and human animal. Pack's work has won the acclaim of writers, critics, and readers from Robert Penn Warren to Cynthia Ozick to Stephen Jay Gould, who comments that the "precious contacts of science and poetry are now sadly rare, but Bob Pack revitalizes the ancient union with incisive poems that sing with lyricism or bite with insight—but always seem to add wisdom to the scientist's epigram." "The poet improves his style and spirit as he extends his reach," Howard Nemerov has written, and in his new work Pack reaches back to some of his earliest memories, and so forward to a personal mythology that circles from the primal instant to the present ecological crisis. "Robert Pack's poetry is deeply rooted in his won family life," Richard Wilbur has remarked, "and yet his imagination has always included us all." Cynthia Ozick has said of Pack's poetry: "We rejoice as we read.", The University of Chicago Press, 1993.

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"Poetry," wrote Wordsworth, "is the breath and finer spirit of all knowledge; it is the impassioned expression which is the countenance of all Science." Robert Pack's new book is a heady mixture of the finer spirit. A selection from his last five books, along with a collection of new poems, "Fathering the Map" takes us from the personal reflections distilled in the lyrics of "Waking to My Name" (1980) to the worldly reckonings of "Inheritance" (1992) and back again. In the dramatic monologues of "Faces in a Single Tree" (1984), in the narrative of a wayward life from womb to double ending in "Clayfield Rejoices, Clayfield Laments" (1987), in a cosmic tour conducted by the physicist Heinz Pagels with "Before It Vanishes" (1990), Pack has fashioned poems of intimate experience, scientific meditations, philosophical wonder, poems that breathe the knowledge of man and woman, young and old, artist and human animal. Pack's work has won the acclaim of writers, critics, and readers from Robert Penn Warren to Cynthia Ozick to Stephen Jay Gould, who comments that the "precious contacts of science and poetry are now sadly rare, but Bob Pack revitalizes the ancient union with incisive poems that sing with lyricism or bite with insight--but always seem to add wisdom to the scientist's epigram." "The poet improves his style and spirit as he extends his reach," Howard Nemerov has written, and in his new work Pack reaches back to some of his earliest memories, and so forward to a personal mythology that circles from the primal instant to the present ecological crisis. "Robert Pack's poetry is deeply rooted in his won family life," Richard Wilbur has remarked, "and yet his imagination hasalways included us all." And Cynthia Ozick has said of Pack's poetry: "We rejoice as we read." Fathering the Map Fathering the Map Fathering the Map: New and Selected Later Poems New and Selected Later Poems New and Selected Later Poems Pack, Robert, University of Chicago Press

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Internationaler Buchtitel. In englischer Sprache. Verlag: UNIV OF CHICAGO PR, 312 Seiten, L=236mm, B=161mm, H=26mm, Gew.=667gr, [GR: 11500 - HC/Belletristik/Lyrik/Dramatik/Essays], [SW: - Poetry], Gebunden, Klappentext: "Poetry", wrote Wordsworth, "is the breath and finer spirit of all knowledge; it is the impassioned expression which is the countenance of all Science". Robert Pack's new book is a heady mixture of the finer spirit. A selection from his last five books, along with a collection of new poems, Fathering the Map takes us from the personal reflections distilled in the lyrics of Waking to My Name (1980) to the worldly reckonings of Inheritance (1992) and back again. In the dramatic monologues of Faces in a Single Tree (1984), in the narrative of a wayward life from womb to double ending in Clayfield Rejoices, Clayfield Laments (1987), in a cosmic tour conducted by the physicist Heinz Pagels with Before It Vanishes (1990), Pack has fashioned poems of intimate experience, scientific meditations, philosophical wonder, poems that breathe the knowledge of man and woman, young and old, artist and human animal.

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Internationaler Buchtitel. In englischer Sprache. Verlag: UNIV OF CHICAGO PR, 312 Seiten, L=236mm, B=161mm, H=26mm, Gew.=667gr, [GR: 11500 - HC/Belletristik/Lyrik/Dramatik/Essays], [SW: - Poetry], Gebunden, Klappentext: "Poetry", wrote Wordsworth, "is the breath and finer spirit of all knowledge; it is the impassioned expression which is the countenance of all Science". Robert Pack's new book is a heady mixture of the finer spirit. A selection from his last five books, along with a collection of new poems, Fathering the Map takes us from the personal reflections distilled in the lyrics of Waking to My Name (1980) to the worldly reckonings of Inheritance (1992) and back again. In the dramatic monologues of Faces in a Single Tree (1984), in the narrative of a wayward life from womb to double ending in Clayfield Rejoices, Clayfield Laments (1987), in a cosmic tour conducted by the physicist Heinz Pagels with Before It Vanishes (1990), Pack has fashioned poems of intimate experience, scientific meditations, philosophical wonder, poems that breathe the knowledge of man and woman, young and old, artist and human animal.

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Fathering the Map Fathering the Map Fathering the Map: New and Selected Later Poems New and Selected Later Poems New and Selected Later Poems
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Pack, Robert

Titel:

Fathering the Map Fathering the Map Fathering the Map: New and Selected Later Poems New and Selected Later Poems New and Selected Later Poems

ISBN-Nummer:

0226644057

"Poetry", wrote Wordsworth, "is the breath and finer spirit of all knowledge; it is the impassioned expression which is the countenance of all Science". Robert Pack's new book is a heady mixture of the finer spirit. A selection from his last five books, along with a collection of new poems, Fathering the Map takes us from the personal reflections distilled in the lyrics of Waking to My Name (1980) to the worldly reckonings of Inheritance (1992) and back again. In the dramatic monologues of Faces in a Single Tree (1984), in the narrative of a wayward life from womb to double ending in Clayfield Rejoices, Clayfield Laments (1987), in a cosmic tour conducted by the physicist Heinz Pagels with Before It Vanishes (1990), Pack has fashioned poems of intimate experience, scientific meditations, philosophical wonder, poems that breathe the knowledge of man and woman, young and old, artist and human animal.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780226644059
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0226644057
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Erscheinungsjahr: 1993
Herausgeber: UNIV OF CHICAGO PR
312 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,667 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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