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Author Blaser, Robin.
Title The Holy Forest : Collected Poems of Robin Blaser.
Imprint Berkeley : University of California Press, 2007.

Author Blaser, Robin.
Subject American poetry -- 20th century.
Alt Name Nichols, Miriam.
Creeley, Robert.
Description 1 online resource (547 pages)
Contents CONTENTS; FOREWORD; A NOTE ON THE TEXT; AUTHOR'S NOTE; The Boston Poems 1956-1959; Cups 112 1959-1960; The Park 1960; The Faerie Queene 1961; The Moth Poem 1962-1964; Image-Nations 1 4 1962-1964; Les Chimres versions of Grard de Nerval 19631964; Charms 19641968; Great Companion: Pindar 1971; Image-Nations 514 and Uncollected Poems 1965-1974; Streams I 1974-1976; Syntax 1979-1981; Pell Mell 1981-1988; Great Companion: Robert Duncan 1988; Streams II 1986-1991; Exody 1990-1993; Notes 1994-2000; Great Companion: Dante Alighiere 1997; Wanders 2001-2002; So 2003; Oh! 2004; AFTERWORD.
Index of titles and first lines.
Summary Robin Blaser, one of the key North American poets of the postwar period, emerged from the "Berkeley Renaissance" of the 1940s and 1950s as a central figure in that burgeoning literary scene. The Holy Forest, now spanning five decades, is Blaser's highly acclaimed lifelong serial poem. This long-awaited revised and expanded edition includes numerous published volumes of verse, the ongoing "Image-Nation" and "Truth Is Laughter" series, and new work from 1994 to 2004. Blaser's passion for world making draws inspiration from the major poets and philosophers of our tim.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 9780520932258 (electronic bk.)
0520932250 (electronic bk.)
1282358855
9781282358850
OCLC # 609850021
Additional Format Print version: 9780520245938


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