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The plain sense of things
Pamela Carter Joern
|Statement||Pamela Carter Joern.|
|LC Classifications||PS3610.O25 P55 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2008004002|
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The plain sense of it, without reflections, leaves, Mud, water like dirty glass, expressing silence. Of a sort, silence of a rat come out to see, The great pond and its waste of the lilies, all this Had to be imagined as an inevitable knowledge, Required, as a necessity requires.
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“The Plain Sense of Things is a wonderfully learned book that has much to teach us about Nietzsche, Heidegger, Kierkegaard, Thoreau, and Stevens. But it is more than that because it includes passages of philosophical reflection that surpass in profundity and clarity some of the famous works it by: 9.
About the Book In prose as clean and beautiful as the stark prairie setting, The Plain Sense of Things tells the stories of three generations of a western Nebraska family.
These tales of sorrow and hope are The plain sense of things book by the sinews of need and flawed love that keep families together. Stevens’s poetry oscillates, throughout his life, between verbal ebullience and New England spareness, between the high rhetoric of England (and of religion) and the “plain sense of things Author: Helen Vendler.
Wallace Stevens: The Plain Sense of Things by James Longenbach,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(13). Wallace Stevens: The Plain Sense of Things James Longenbach Wallace Stevens the poet and Wallace Stevens the insurance executive: for more than one critical generation it has seemed as if these two men were unacquainted--that Stevens was a poet who existed only in the rarefied world of language.
"The Plain Sense of Things," cast as a reflective narrative in the manner of Frost, comes as close to an "existential ordinary" as a Stevens poem will get. It attempts to close off the last route of escape from the commonplace, to exclude the troping paradox, the shimmer of.
In his poem “The Plain Sense of Things,” Wallace Stevens strikes out in a direction that differs greatly from the established norms and expectations of poetry before the Modernist era. Stevens, at times, moves against traditions such as iambic pentameter, structured stanzas and rhyme schemes, while at the same time relying on some of these structures to guide the reader through this poem.
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It is a book about loyalty and integrity, about honor and loss. “A Sense of Things is a truly remarkable book—that rare thing, a conceptually innovative scholarly work that non-specialists will learn from and, more than that, enjoy.
Beautifully written, it uncovers the depths of America’s ambivalent love affair with things; America’s fear of being possessed by the things it possesses; its will to.
This compelling book uncovers what Stevens liked However, the idea that Stevens lived a double life, the author maintains, is misleading. This compelling book uncovers what Stevens liked to think of as his "ordinary" life, a life in which the demands of politics, economics, poetry, and everyday distractions coexisted, sometimes peacefully and /5(1).
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Pamela Carter Joern's debut novel, "The Floor of the Sky" (available in a Bison Books edition), was a Barnes & Noble Discover Great New Writers selection and winner of the Alex Award and the Nebraska Book Award. Joern is a playwright, the winner of a Tamarack Award, and the.
Wallace Stevens (October 2, – August 2, ) was an American modernist poet. He was born in Reading, Pennsylvania, educated at Harvard and then New York Law School, and he spent most of his life working as an executive for an insurance company in Hartford, won the Pulitzer Prize for Poetry for his Collected Poems in Stevens's first period of writing begins with.Get this from a library!
Wallace Stevens: the plain sense of things. [James Longenbach] -- Annotation 'This distinguished book sets forth the Stevens that we will be reading for at least the next three decades: a Stevens in close touch with political and social conditions, a Stevens.ReadySteadyBook Essay: Borges and the Plain Sense of Things -- The name of Borges, among readers of modern literature, has always been synonymous with labyrinths, babelic libraries, gardens of forking paths, parallel universes, refutations of time and all sorts of cunning intellectual paradoxes.
I want to argue, however, that these are merely the means whereby this profoundly modern writer.