Negative Blue Selected Later Poems

ISBN-10: 0374527733

ISBN-13: 9780374527730

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The culmination of the cycle that won Wright the Pulitzer Prize and National Book Critics Circle Award Time will append us like suit coats left out overnight On a deck chair, loose change dead weight in the right pocket, Silk handkerchief limp with dew, sleeves in a slow dance with the wind. And love will kill us-- Love, and the winds from under the earth that grind us to grain-out. --from "Still Life with Spring and Time to Burn" When Charles Wright published Appalachia in 1998, it marked the completion of a nine-volume project, of which James Longenbach wrote in the Boston Review, "Charles Wright's trilogy of trilogies--call it 'The Appalachian Book of the Dead'--is sure to be counted among the great long poems of the century." The first two of those trilogies were collected in Country Music (1982) and The World of the Ten Thousand Things (1990). Here Wright adds to his third trilogy (Chickamauga [1995], Black Zodiac [1997], and Appalachia [1998]) a section of new poems that suggest new directions in the work of this sensuous, spirit-haunted poet.
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Book details

List price: $20.00
Publisher: Farrar, Straus & Giroux
Publication date: 4/9/2001
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 224
Size: 5.75" wide x 8.25" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 1.100
Language: English

Poet Charles Wright was born on August 25, 1935 in Pickwick Dam, Tennessee. He earned a B. A. at Davidson College and then entered the army. Upon his exit from the service, Wright earned a M. A. at the University of Iowa's Writer's Workshop. Wright is currently a Souder Family Professor of English at the University of Virginia. Wright won the Pulitzer Prize and The Los Angeles Times Book Prize for his work Black Zodiac. Wright has also received the National Book Award for Country Music: Selected Early Poems, and the PEN Translation Prize for The Storm and Other Poems. In addition to the above awards, Wright has also received the American Academy of Arts and Letters Award of Merit Medal and the Ruth Lilly Poetry Prize.

Sitting Outside at the End of Autumn
Reading Lao Tzu Again in the New Year
Under the Nine Trees in January
After Reading Wang Wei, I Go Outside to the Full Moon
Easter 1989
Reading Rorty and Paul Celan One Morning in Early June
After Reading Tu Fu, I Go Outside to the Dwarf Orchard
Thinking of David Summers at the Beginning of Winter
Cicada
Tennessee Line
Looking Outside the Cabin Window, I Remember a Line by Li Po
Mid-winter Snowfall in the Piazza Dante
Sprung Narratives
Broken English
Maple on the Hill
Chickamauga
Still Life on a Matchbox Lid
Blaise Pascal Lip-syncs the Void
Winter-Worship
The Silent Generation
An Ordinary Afternoon in Charlottesville
Mondo Angelico
Mondo Henbane
Miles Davis and Elizabeth Bishop Fake the Break
Peccatology
East of the Blue Ridge, Our Tombs Are in the Dove's Throat
"Not everyone can see the truth, but he can be it"
As Our Bodies Rise, Our Names Turn into Light
Absence Inside an Absence
Still Life with Spring and Time to Burn
With Simic and Marinetti at the Giubbe Rosse
To the Egyptian Mummy in the Etruscan Museum at Cortona
With Eddie and Nancy in Arezzo at the Caffe Grande
There Is No Shelter
Watching the Equinox Arrive in Charlottesville, September 1992
Waiting for Tu Fu
Paesaggio Notturno
Still Life with Stick and Word
Summer Storm
Looking West from Laguna Beach at Night
Looking Again at What I Looked At for Seventeen Years
Looking Across Laguna Canyon at Dusk, West-by-Northwest
Venexia I
Venexia II
Yard Work
Apologia Pro Vita Sua
Envoi
Poem Half in the Manner of Li Ho
Meditation on Form and Measure
Poem Almost Wholly in My Own Manner
Meditation on Summer and Shapelessness
The Appalachian Book of the Dead
Umbrian Dreams
October II
Lives of the Saints
Christmas East of the Blue Ridge
Negatives II
Lives of the Artists
Deep Measure
Thinking of Winter at the Beginning of Summer
Jesuit Graves
Meditation on Song and Structure
Sitting at Dusk in the Back Yard After the Mondrian Retrospective
Black Zodiac
China Mail
Disjecta Membra
Stray Paragraphs in February, Year of the Rat
Stray Paragraphs in April, Year of the Rat
Basic Dialogue
Star Turn
A Bad Memory Makes You a Metaphysician, a Good One Makes You a Saint
Thinking about the Poet Larry Levis One Afternoon in Late May
In the Kingdom of the Past, the Brown-Eyed Man Is King
Passing the Morning under the Serenissima
Venetian Dog
In the Valley of the Magra
Returned to the Yaak Cabin, I Overhear an Old Greek Song
Ars Poetica II
Cicada Blue
All Landscape Is Abstract, and Tends to Repeat Itself
Opus Posthumous
Quotations
The Appalachian Book of the Dead II
Indian Summer II
Autumn's Sidereal, November's a Ball and Chain
The Writing Life
Reply to Wang Wei
Giorgio Morandi and the Talking Eternity Blues
Drone and Ostinato
Ostinato and Drone
"It's Turtles All the Way Down"
Half February
Back Yard Boogie Woogie
The Appalachian Book of the Dead III
Opus Posthumus II
Body Language
"When You're Lost in Juarez, in the Rain, and It's Eastertime Too"
The Appalachian Book of the Dead IV
Spring Storm
Early Saturday Afternoon, Early Evening
"The Holy Ghost Asketh for Us with Mourning and Weeping Unspeakable"
The Appalachian Book of the Dead V
Star Turn II
After Reading T'ao Ch'ing, I Wander Untethered Through the Short Grass
Remembering Spello, Sitting Outside in Prampolini's Garden
After Rereading Robert Graves, I Go Outside to Get My Head Together
American Twilight
The Appalachian Book of the Dead VI
Landscape as Metaphor, Landscape as Fate and a Happy Life
Opus Posthumus III
Step-children of Paradise
Freezing Rain
Thinking about the Night Sky, I Remember a Poem by Tu Fu
North American Bear
If You Talk the Talk, You Better Walk the Walk
St. Augustine and the Arctic Bear
Sky Diving
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