Writing the Silences.

By: Moore, Richard OContributor(s): Hillman, Brenda | Ebenkamp, Paul | Hillman, BrendaSeries: New California Poetry SerPublisher: Berkeley : University of California Press, 2010Copyright date: ©2010Edition: 1st edDescription: 1 online resource (108 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780520946156Subject(s): American poetry.;American literatureGenre/Form: Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Writing the SilencesDDC classification: 811.6 LOC classification: PS3613.O5666W75 2010Online resources: Click to View
Contents:
Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Dedication -- Contents -- Foreword -- Acknowledgments -- Poems 1960-2008 -- [Therefore, set forth over the black river] -- Shadow and Light -- Itinerary -- By the Lake -- Utensils -- Driving to Fort Bragg -- Dog in the Forest -- History -- Columbia 1960 -- Ten Philosophical Asides -- Marginalia: Whitehead -- Quotations -- Analects -- From Delete -- "Come Live with Me" -- : It : -- From Writing The Silences -- "Come Sunday" -- Birthright -- Notebook -- This Morning -- Aftershock -- Visiting Hours -- The Parachutist's Annunciation -- Holding On -- …a divertimento… -- Footnotes -- A Funeral of Memory -- The Winter Garden -- A Treasury of Darkness -- Introit -- Over the Shoulder -- Meanwhile -- Poems 1946-1957 -- From A History Primer -- Seascape -- From September Elegy -- From At Caesar'S Gate -- A Reminiscence -- Birthday View Opening on a Garden -- Notes.
Summary: The poems in Writing the Silences represent more than 60 years of Richard O. Moore's work as a poet. Selected from seven full-length manuscripts written between 1946 and 2008, these poems reflect not only Moore's place in literary history--he is the last of his generation of the legendary group of San Francisco Renaissance poets--but also his reemergence into today's literary world after an important career as a filmmaker and producer in public radio and television. Writing the Silences reflects Moore's commitment to freedom of form, his interest in language itself, and his dedication to issues of social justice and ecology.
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Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Dedication -- Contents -- Foreword -- Acknowledgments -- Poems 1960-2008 -- [Therefore, set forth over the black river] -- Shadow and Light -- Itinerary -- By the Lake -- Utensils -- Driving to Fort Bragg -- Dog in the Forest -- History -- Columbia 1960 -- Ten Philosophical Asides -- Marginalia: Whitehead -- Quotations -- Analects -- From Delete -- "Come Live with Me" -- : It : -- From Writing The Silences -- "Come Sunday" -- Birthright -- Notebook -- This Morning -- Aftershock -- Visiting Hours -- The Parachutist's Annunciation -- Holding On -- …a divertimento… -- Footnotes -- A Funeral of Memory -- The Winter Garden -- A Treasury of Darkness -- Introit -- Over the Shoulder -- Meanwhile -- Poems 1946-1957 -- From A History Primer -- Seascape -- From September Elegy -- From At Caesar'S Gate -- A Reminiscence -- Birthday View Opening on a Garden -- Notes.

The poems in Writing the Silences represent more than 60 years of Richard O. Moore's work as a poet. Selected from seven full-length manuscripts written between 1946 and 2008, these poems reflect not only Moore's place in literary history--he is the last of his generation of the legendary group of San Francisco Renaissance poets--but also his reemergence into today's literary world after an important career as a filmmaker and producer in public radio and television. Writing the Silences reflects Moore's commitment to freedom of form, his interest in language itself, and his dedication to issues of social justice and ecology.

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