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  • Paperback
  • 144 pages
  • Driven to Abstraction
  • Rosmarie Waldrop
  • English
  • 06 May 2018
  • 0811218791

Driven to Abstraction✅ [PDF / Epub] ☉ Driven to Abstraction By Rosmarie Waldrop ⚣ – Essayreview.co.uk Even in a state of geometrical grace we cannot see time as it is, only as it passes So the river shows us while softly disfiguring our waterlogged bodies on the way to vast projects of war Rosmarie Wa Even in a state of geometrical grace we cannot see time as it is, only as it passes So the river shows us while softly disfiguring our waterlogged bodies on the way to vast projects of war Rosmarie WaldropDriven to Abstraction is Rosmarie Waldrop s sixth collection of Driven to PDF \ poetry with New Directions The first of its two sections, Sway Backed Powerlines, consists of five sequences of prose poems whose subject matter ranges from voyages of discovery and the second Iraq war to geometry, memory, and the music of John Cage Part two, the title sequence, investigates the tendency to abstraction in our lives which, in the West, began with the Renaissance introduction of zero into arithmetic, the vanishing point into perspective, and imaginary money in economics Driven by the tension between abstraction and the concrete, and written in the shadow of ongoing wars, these poems are among Waldrop s most engaging and thrilling works to date, the writing of a master poet at the height of her creative powers.


About the Author: Rosmarie Waldrop

Rosmarie Waldrop born August , , n e Sebald, is a contemporary American poet, translator and publisher Born in Germany, she has lived in the United States since She has lived in Providence, Rhode Island since the late s Waldrop is coeditor and publisher of Burning Driven to PDF \ Deck Press, as well as the author or coauthor as of of books of poetry, two novels, and three books of criticism.


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