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Synopsis: Charles Wright is one of the most important poets of the last quarter century. Given Wright's exemplary and wide-ranging influence on contemporary poets--particularly in the way contemporary poets think about language, landscape, and structure--a volume dedicated to his work has long been overdue. The Point Where All Things Meet: Essays on Charles Wright brings together, for the first time, the most significant and provocative criticism Wright's work has elicited.
The contributors--including David Kalstone, Helen Vendler, Calvin Bedient, Bonnie Costello, David St. John, Mutlu Konuk Blasing, among many others--use a broad array of critical approaches, each providing a different entrance into Wright's daring and complex poems. The Point Where All Things Meet clarifies Wright's remarkable achievement and in so doing helps make that achievement accessible to a larger audience.
Review: "A remarkable recognition of Wright's centrality to the art of poetry" -- Choice
Title: The Point Where All Things Meet: Essays on ...
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Book Description Oberlin, 1995. Paperback. Condition: Very Good. From the library of poet Susan Elbe, with name stamp inside front cover. Mild shelf wear to covers. Seller Inventory # 214769
Book Description Oberlin College Press, 1995. Paperback. Condition: Used: Good. Seller Inventory # SONG093244072X
Book Description Oberlin, 1995. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M093244072X