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History & Criticism
  • Author:
    Robert Kirschten
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    1570031657
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    978-1570031656
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    University of South Carolina Press; First Edition edition (May 1, 1997)
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    240 pages
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Struggling for Wings book. Robert Kirschten is the author of James Dickey and the Gentle Ecstasy of Earth: A Reading of the Poems; Approaching Prayer : Ritual and the Shape of Myth in .

Struggling for Wings book. Ammons and James Dickey; and five books of poems, Old Family Movies, Nighthawks and Irises: Poems about Paintings, Chicago Poems, Looney Tunes: A Comic Book of Poems, and Fribble and Wheeze: a post. postmodern Book of Poems.

Never before collected, the materials in this volume record America's critical response to Dickey, beginning in the early '60s, when he first began publishing poetry, and continuing through the mid-'90s. Includes comprehensive overviews of Dickey's entire canon.

The Art of Struggle (French: Le Sens du combat) is a 1996 poetry collection by the French writer Michel Houellebecq. The poems are in both verse and prose and cover subjects related to everyday life in contemporary Paris

The Art of Struggle (French: Le Sens du combat) is a 1996 poetry collection by the French writer Michel Houellebecq. The poems are in both verse and prose and cover subjects related to everyday life in contemporary Paris. An English translation by Delphine Grass and Timothy Mathews was published in 2010. The book was awarded the 1996 Prix de Flore.

Struggling For Wings" The Art of James Dickey. Robert Kirschten is an assistant professor of English at Ohio State University. All of the contributor. elp us to focus on Dickey's real legacy: his writing, the evidence of a profound and probing intelligence of this brilliant 'celestial navigator. "-William W. Starr, The State.

JAMES DICKEY, born in Atlanta in 1923, is most widely known as the author of the novel and screenplay . He is also the author of several other novels and fifteen books of poetry.

JAMES DICKEY, born in Atlanta in 1923, is most widely known as the author of the novel and screenplay Deliverance. His many honors include the National Book Award and a Melville Cane Award for Buckdancer's Choice (1965). He was invited to read at President Carter's inauguration in 1977, and most recently served as Judge of the prestigious Yale Younger Poets series. He died in 1997 in South Carolina.

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Publication Name: Struggling for wings: the art of James Dickey. The poetry of James Dickey more. Interview with James Dickey ROBERT KIRSCHTEN This interview was conducted by Robert Kirschten on 16 December 1995 and 6 and 17 February 1996, by telephone with Mr. Dickey from his home in Columbia, South Carolina Publisher: books. Publication Date: Jan 1, 1997. Publication Name: Struggling for Wings": The Art of James Dickey. James Dickey and the Gentle Ecstasy of Earth more.

With generosity and tact, Robert Kirschten has given us that book. yes, this is the same James Dickey who authored the gripping Deliverance. most of Dickey's poetry is difficult reading, some is at or beyond the limit of my comprehension. but on pages 31-32 is a simple, eloquent poetic masterpiece, The Heaven of Animals; for me this one creation justifies this purchase.

Pp. 276. ISBN 1 57003 165 7. KATE FULLBROOK (a1). University of the West of England. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 01 April 1999. Export citation Request permission.

"Struggling for Wings" is a diverse collection of reviews, interviews, and essays on the controversial career of James Dickey, a writer whose work has engendered commentary ranging from high praise to scathing personal attack. Never before collected, the materials in this volume record America's critical response to Dickey, beginning in the early '60s, when he first began publishing poetry, and continuing through the mid-'90s. Includes comprehensive overviews of Dickey's entire canon.