The Collected Longer Poems of Kenneth Rexroth

The Collected Longer Poems of Kenneth Rexroth

Kenneth Rexroth


it is a spouse quantity to the amassed Shorter Poems of Kenneth Rexroth which used to be released in 1967.This is a better half quantity to the gathered Shorter Poems of Kenneth Rexroth which was once released in 1967. all the lengthy poems written during the last 40 years are integrated: The home known as Damascus (1920-25), A Prolegomenon to a Theodicy (1925-27), The Phoenix and the Tortoise (1940-44), The Dragon and the Unicorn (1944-50) and The Heart's backyard, The Garden's center (1967-68). As we learn the lengthy poems jointly and in series we will be able to see that Rexroth is a philosophical poet of outcome who bargains us a accomplished process of values in response to the conclusion of the moral mysticism of common accountability. he's involved, notably, with approach: the stream from the twin to the opposite. "I have tried," Rexroth writes," to embrace in verse the assumption that the single legitimate conservation of price lies within the assumption of limitless legal responsibility, the supernatural identity of the self with the tragic team spirit of artistic strategy. i am hoping i've got made it transparent that the self doesn't do that through an act of will, through sheer statement. He who could shop his lifestyles needs to lose it."

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