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The Strange Attractor: New and Selected Poems - Morgan, Robert
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Book and Dust Jacket Design By Amanda McDonald Scallan, [ED: First Edition, Hard Cover, [PU: Louisana State University Press, Fine in Fine Dust Jacket in Fine jacket 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Signed by Author First printing of the [substantially limited] LSU hardcover edition published simultaneously with a trade paperback edition. Morgan's twelfth book of poetry. vi, 138pp. Black cloth, gilt spine lettering, cream endpapers. Dust jacket is unpriced but is not clipped. Signed by Morgan to half-title page. Book and dust jacket appear in tight, unread, as new condition. North Carolina novelist, poet and short story writer Robert Morgan is widely regarded as "the poet laureate of Appalachia". For 20 years prior to his first collection of short fiction [in 1989] he published seven books of poetry, all but one with small private or university presses. As the North Carolina Literary Review states: "Morgan has contributed so much to the health of southern poetry over the last thirty-five years that the southerness of his work is axiomatic..." Morgan's work reached a larger audience when his 1999 novel 'Gap Creek' was chosen by the Oprah Book Club and became a New Times bestseller. "The unfading poetic brilliance of Robert Morgan shines through these ninety-three pieces spanning thirty-five years. Celebrated for his recent fiction, Morgan makes obvious in this volume he was first, and remains foremost, a wordsmith of poetic sensibilities-a craftsman of taut, forceful imagery, alert with wonder to the mystery of what lies in plain sight. Like Robert Frost, Morgan takes the natural world as a metaphorical base for human projection. Much of his work is a love song to the Appalachian Mountain terrain and a way of life all but gone: his father speaking in tongues; his mother canning peaches; carpentry, farming, the seasons in slow motion, family history, and wind-borne strains of music. He captures the aura around such common objects as resin, cellars, hog-wire fence, the whippoorwill, and crickets. Infusing his poetry with mountain idiom, even when pondering the cosmos beyond, Morgan creates lyrics with a rhythm like rain-'to be rocked to sleep by mountains / equals the rest of..., Baton Rouge, Louisiana, First printing of the [substantially limited] LSU hardcover edition published simultaneously with a trade paperback edition. Morgan's twelfth book of poetry. vi, 138pp. Black cloth, gilt spine lettering, cream endpapers. Dust jacket is unpriced but is not clipped. Signed by Morgan to half-title page. Book and dust jacket appear in tight, unread, as new condition. North Carolina novelist, poet and short story writer Robert Morgan is widely regarded as "the poet laureate of Appalachia". For 20 years prior to his first collection of short fiction [in 1989] he published seven books of poetry, all but one with small private or university presses. As the North Carolina Literary Review states: "Morgan has contributed so much to the health of southern poetry over the last thirty-five years that the southerness of his work is axiomatic..." Morgan's work reached a larger audience when his 1999 novel 'Gap Creek' was chosen by the Oprah Book Club and became a New Times bestseller. "The unfading poetic brilliance of Robert Morgan shines through these ninety-three pieces spanning thirty-five years. Celebrated for his recent fiction, Morgan makes obvious in this volume he was first, and remains foremost, a wordsmith of poetic sensibilities-a craftsman of taut, forceful imagery, alert with wonder to the mystery of what lies in plain sight. Like Robert Frost, Morgan takes the natural world as a metaphorical base for human projection. Much of his work is a love song to the Appalachian Mountain terrain and a way of life all but gone: his father speaking in tongues; his mother canning peaches; carpentry, farming, the seasons in slow motion, family history, and wind-borne strains of music. He captures the aura around such common objects as resin, cellars, hog-wire fence, the whippoorwill, and crickets. Infusing his poetry with mountain idiom, even when pondering the cosmos beyond, Morgan creates lyrics with a rhythm like rain-'to be rocked to sleep by mountains / equals the rest of..., 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Signed by Author, POETRY POETIC WORKS AUTHOR, DOM

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2004, ISBN: 0807129518

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[EAN: 9780807129517], [PU: Louisana State University Press, Baton Rouge, Louisiana], POETRY POETIC WORKS AUTHOR, Poetry|General, First printing of the [substantially limited] LSU hardcover edition published simultaneously with a trade paperback edition. Morgan's twelfth book of poetry. vi, 138pp. Black cloth, gilt spine lettering, cream endpapers. Dust jacket is unpriced but is not clipped. Signed by Morgan to half-title page. Book and dust jacket appear in tight, unread, as new condition. North Carolina novelist, poet and short story writer Robert Morgan is widely regarded as "the poet laureate of Appalachia". For 20 years prior to his first collection of short fiction [in 1989] he published seven books of poetry, all but one with small private or university presses. As the North Carolina Literary Review states: "Morgan has contributed so much to the health of southern poetry over the last thirty-five years that the southerness of his work is axiomatic." Morgan's work reached a larger audience when his 1999 novel 'Gap Creek' was chosen by the Oprah Book Club and became a New Times bestseller. "The unfading poetic brilliance of Robert Morgan shines through these ninety-three pieces spanning thirty-five years. Celebrated for his recent fiction, Morgan makes obvious in this volume he was first, and remains foremost, a wordsmith of poetic sensibilities - a craftsman of taut, forceful imagery, alert with wonder to the mystery of what lies in plain sight. Like Robert Frost, Morgan takes the natural world as a metaphorical base for human projection. Much of his work is a love song to the Appalachian Mountain terrain and a way of life all but gone: his father speaking in tongues; his mother canning peaches; carpentry, farming, the seasons in slow motion, family history, and wind-borne strains of music. He captures the aura around such common objects as resin, cellars, hog-wire fence, the whippoorwill, and crickets. Infusing his poetry with mountain idiom, even when pondering the cosmos beyond, Morgan creates lyrics with a rhythm like rain - 'to be rocked to sleep by mountains / equals the rest of heroes.' Fourteen new poems open the volume, and selections from nine previous collections follow. Robert Morgan’s 'Strange Attractor' grants a reader a generous overview of an important American poet’s work." - dust jacket flaps. "One of Robert Morgan's chief claims on our attention is the backbone he puts into the backcountry lore that grounds his work, the stately properties and meditative gravity he hews out of the hardscrabble folkways of his native Blue Ridge Mountains. The homespun and the picturesque, twin imps that bedevil most efforts to filter rural experience through writerly sensibility, rarely find refuge in Morgan's flinty lyrics. He is no backwoods sentimentalist, no crackerbarrel philosopher. This poet's authenticity, no less than his artfulness, grows out of his technical resources: his is a fine-grained, self-implicating intelligence that can span the intricacies of both pine resin and pantoums." - Poetry. "At their finest, his stripped-down and almost primitive sentences burn with the raw, lonesome pathos of Hank William's best songs." - NY Times Book Review.

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[EAN: 9780807129517], [PU: Louisana State University Press, Baton Rouge, Louisiana], POETRY POETIC WORKS AUTHOR, Poetry|General, First printing of the [substantially limited] LSU hardcover edition published simultaneously with a trade paperback edition. Morgan's twelfth book of poetry. vi, 138pp. Black cloth, gilt spine lettering, cream endpapers. Dust jacket is unpriced but is not clipped. Signed by Morgan to half-title page. Book and dust jacket appear in tight, unread, as new condition. North Carolina novelist, poet and short story writer Robert Morgan is widely regarded as "the poet laureate of Appalachia". For 20 years prior to his first collection of short fiction [in 1989] he published seven books of poetry, all but one with small private or university presses. As the North Carolina Literary Review states: "Morgan has contributed so much to the health of southern poetry over the last thirty-five years that the southerness of his work is axiomatic." Morgan's work reached a larger audience when his 1999 novel 'Gap Creek' was chosen by the Oprah Book Club and became a New Times bestseller. "The unfading poetic brilliance of Robert Morgan shines through these ninety-three pieces spanning thirty-five years. Celebrated for his recent fiction, Morgan makes obvious in this volume he was first, and remains foremost, a wordsmith of poetic sensibilities - a craftsman of taut, forceful imagery, alert with wonder to the mystery of what lies in plain sight. Like Robert Frost, Morgan takes the natural world as a metaphorical base for human projection. Much of his work is a love song to the Appalachian Mountain terrain and a way of life all but gone: his father speaking in tongues; his mother canning peaches; carpentry, farming, the seasons in slow motion, family history, and wind-borne strains of music. He captures the aura around such common objects as resin, cellars, hog-wire fence, the whippoorwill, and crickets. Infusing his poetry with mountain idiom, even when pondering the cosmos beyond, Morgan creates lyrics with a rhythm like rain - 'to be rocked to sleep by mountains / equals the rest of heroes.' Fourteen new poems open the volume, and selections from nine previous collections follow. Robert Morgan’s 'Strange Attractor' grants a reader a generous overview of an important American poet’s work." - dust jacket flaps. "One of Robert Morgan's chief claims on our attention is the backbone he puts into the backcountry lore that grounds his work, the stately properties and meditative gravity he hews out of the hardscrabble folkways of his native Blue Ridge Mountains. The homespun and the picturesque, twin imps that bedevil most efforts to filter rural experience through writerly sensibility, rarely find refuge in Morgan's flinty lyrics. He is no backwoods sentimentalist, no crackerbarrel philosopher. This poet's authenticity, no less than his artfulness, grows out of his technical resources: his is a fine-grained, self-implicating intelligence that can span the intricacies of both pine resin and pantoums." - Poetry. "At their finest, his stripped-down and almost primitive sentences burn with the raw, lonesome pathos of Hank William's best songs." - NY Times Book Review.

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The Strange Attractor: New and Selected Poems

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The unfading poetic brilliance of Robert Morgan shines through these ninety-three pieces spanning thirty-five years. Celebrated for his recent fiction, Morgan makes obvious in this volume he was first, and remains foremost, a wordsmith of poetic sensibilities--a craftsman of taut, forceful imagery, alert with wonder to the mystery of what lies in plain sight. Like Robert Frost, Morgan takes the natural world as a metaphorical base for human projection. Much of his work is a love song to the Appalachian Mountain terrain and a way of life all but gone: his father speaking in tongues; his mother canning peaches; carpentry, farming, the seasons in slow motion, family history, and wind-borne strains of music. He captures the aura around such common objects as resin, cellars, hog-wire fence, the whippoorwill, and crickets. Infusing his poetry with mountain idiom, even when pondering the cosmos beyond, Morgan creates lyrics with a rhythm like rain.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780807129517
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0807129518
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2004
Herausgeber: LOUISIANA ST UNIV
137 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,408 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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