A Poetics of Place: The Poetry of Ralph Gustafson

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A Poetics of Place: The Poetry of Ralph Gustafson

A Poetics of Place: The Poetry of Ralph Gustafson

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The explicit presentation of fragmentation and reified conceptions of both human subjectivity and natural forces in this chapter relates to the distinctive problems identified by German critical philosophy and its attempt to establish a rational system based on ‘things in themselves’, which developed the idea ‘that thought could only grasp what it itself had created’. Jones, G. S. (1977). The Marxism of the Early Lukács, in Western Marxism: A Critical Reader (pp. 11–60), London: Verso. To move beyond this paradigm of the mastery of the world conceived as ‘self-created’ is the premise of deconstructive ecopoetics; to replay the ideal subject-object relation foreshadowed in Kant, Fichte, Schiller and Schelling is to animate the mind that ‘found itself trapped in an irresoluble antinomy: the ever-fixed gulf between the phenomenal world of necessity and the noumenal world of freedom (ibid., 15). Kirke Raava’s practice draws from her Estonian childhood, where memory and personal heritage both inspire and influence her work. She explores and re-imagines themes such as family and identity, combined with sentimental and neglected traditions – and how these relate to both contemporary objects and those of the past.

Romana Huk (University of Notre Dame): ' Footsteps Over Ground': Liturgical poetics and location in avant-garde poetics Colette Hughes/Nic Aodha: Of Wasteness and Desolation,[..]a Day of Trumpet and Alarm against the Fenced Cities and the High Towers (Zephaniah 1:6): David Jones's Christian Voyage in" The Anathemata, fragments of an attempted writingKirk-Rudeen, Shelley, 2006 “Zumwalt Prairie” in Windfall: A Journal of Poetry of Place accessed at http://www.hevanet.com/windfall/poetryofplace.html

This quality is deepened because Wordsworth then contemplates how he owes to “these beauteous forms” memories of when he was last here, recollections that offer him “tranquil restoration” and lighten “the weary weight of all this unintelligible world.” And he then reflects on how his experiences of the world have changed as he has matured and makes the chastening imaginative association that has informed much of my own thinking about place and landscape: Elizabeth Rainsford-McMahon: The Crafting of ‘Still-Points’ in Thomas Merton’s Journalistic Writing In the literary field, Aristotle’s Poetics, practically unknown until 1500, was now read and analyzed in both the Greek and Latin versions; its doctrines were compared and partly made to harmonize with the then-prevailing views of the ancient Roman poet Horace, and Aristotle’s view that art imitates nature prevailed for… Read MoreOctober 2020 – 4 January 2021 at the University of Hertfordshire School of Arts, due to Covid-19, the physical exhibition is limited to students and staff, who can visit the exhibition in the Gallery. However, the digital exhibitions will be available with a curators’ introduction at http://www.uharts.co.uk/whats-on/2020/spring-summer/poetics-of-place. Interviews with the artists will be added throughout the event and there will be a live event inNovemberfor artists. Curators Inna and Elizabeth introduce the exhibition and discuss its relevance in the current environment. The poems below are literary photographs of a place or space, a culture, an era, or moment in time. They are of nature or cement, of resistance or calm. And all the nuances in between.

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