Monthly Archives: November 2011

work with such …

work with such misconceptions for whatever hint of insight–the making of a truth–they may contain: that fragment of existence which could not be seen in any other way and may with great good luck, as in the best poetry, be … Continue reading

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2 “Stand wait…

2   “Stand waiting, my love, where you are”: Women in James Dickey’s Early Poetry By Gordon Van Ness              In assessing James Dickey’s poetry, critics have often focused on his wide-ranging variety of thematic concerns, recognizing the interrelation of … Continue reading

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Bibliography

Works Cited Abram, David. The Spell Of The Sensuous: Perception and Language in a More-Than-Human World. New York: Pantheon, 1996. Print. Arnett, David. L. “An Interview With James Dickey.” The Voiced Connections of James Dickey: Interviews and Conversations. Ed. Ronald … Continue reading

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18 D: Well, I …

18 D: Well, I have more lately than I ever did before, and it’s been of great advantage to me. “The far orchards blazing with slant”—something like that. “The far orchards blazing with slant.” S: I can see the light. … Continue reading

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Smith, Randy.  “Writer, Reader, Student:  Into the Maw of the Monster”   In the fall of 1991, I entered my second year as a master’s candidate in English at the University of South Carolina and enrolled in James Dickey’s “Seminar … Continue reading

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