We Animals: Poems of Our World

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Sinopsis: The ancient and enduring bond between humans and animals has been a primary source of literary inspiration from earliest times. Poet and critic Nadya Aisenberg has selected from the store of twentieth - century poems those that most tellingly explore this relationship The sixty-six poems in this unique collection reaffirm the deep connections between the human psyche and the animal kingdom.

As always, great poetry gives expression to the most powerful and elusive of human sentiments -- such as the sense of wonder, of longing, of simultaneous likeness and otherness we feel in the presence of animals. "Our imaginative relationships with animals," Nadya Aisenberg observes, "are expressions of the perpetual human desire for self-knowledge." Through We Animals, Ms. Aisenberg enlarges our vision of ourselves and of our potential for reconciliation with the natural world.

Among the poets represented in We Animals are:

Wendell Berry
-- D.H. Lawrence
-- William Carlos Williams

Gary Snyder
-- Rainer Maria Rilke
-- Denise Levertov

Czeslaw Milosz
-- Tomas Transtromer
-- Robert Bly
-- Ikinilik Philip Levine
-- Adrienne Rich
-- Pablo Neruda
-- Robert Frost Igpakuhak
-- Marianne Moore
-- W.H. Auden
-- Hart Crane

Wallace Stevens
-- Theodore Roethke
-- James Wright

W.B. Yeats
-- A.R. Ammons
-- Richard Wilbur
-- Ted Hughes Cavafy
-- Robinson Jeffers
-- Delmore Schwartz

Elizabeth Bishop
-- Maxine Kumin
-- Mark Strand
-- Octavio Paz

Galway Kinnell
-- Jorge Luis Borges

Nadya Aisenberg holds a Ph.D. in English literature from the University of Wisconsin, and has taught at Wellesley College, University of Massachusetts, Tufts University, and Clark University. She is founder and current editor of Rowan Tree Press in Boston, and a founder of The Alliance for Independent Scholars in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Her publications include three books of poetry, the Were Strangers. Her poetry has also appeared in Ploug Review of Books, Partisan Review, and Antioch Review.

Review: The Bull Returns by Yehuda Amichai
An Ox Looks At Man by Carlos Drummond De Andrade
The Sabbath by Wystan Hugh Auden
Adam Naming The Creatures by Suzanne E. Berger
The Peace Of Wild Things by Wendell Berry
The Man-moth by Elizabeth Bishop
Words Rising by Robert Bly
Dreamtigers by Jorge Luis Borges
The Horses Of Achilles by Constantine P. Cavafy
Cleopatra by Barbara Chase-riboud
There Are Things To Be Said by Cid Corman
A Difference Of Zoos by Gregory Corso
A Name For All by Harold Hart Crane
A Dog Sleeping On My Feet by James Dickey
Never Again Would Birds' Song Be The Same by Robert Frost
If The Owl Calls Again by John Haines
The Oxen by Thomas Hardy
The Origin Of Centaurs; Frp Dimtri Hadzi by Anthony Hecht
To The Maker Of A Peaceable Kingdom by Daniel Gerard Hoffman
Adam's Task by John Hollander
The Beast by Marie Howe
Gnat-psalm by Edward James Hughes
Calling In The Hawk by Harry Humes
Hymn To The Spirit Of The Air by Igpakuhak
The Song Of The Trout-fisher by Ikinlik
The Leopard-nurser by Josephine Jacobsen
Animals by Robinson Jeffers
Giant Panda by Kabiru Abdu Kila
Saint Francis And The Sow by Galway Kinnell
How It Goes On by Maxine W. Kumin
Snake by David Herbert Lawrence
Come Into Animal Presence by Denise Levertov
Animals Are Passing From Our Lives by Philip Levine
Horses by Murilo Mendes
In Monument Valley by James Ingram Merrill
Leviathan by William Stanley Merwin
With Trumpets And Zithers by Czeslaw Milosz
The Lion In Love (fables Of La Fontaine, Book 4, 1) by Marianne Moore
Sonnet Of Intimacy by Vinicius De Moraes
The Grove by Edwin Muir
The Emu And The Equalities Of Interest by Les A. Murray
The Chance To Love Everything by Mary Oliver
Death Is An Animal by Violeta Parra
Flame, Speech by Octavio Paz
Monkeys At Hardwar by Taufiq Rafat
Zoo Gardens Revisited by Attipat Krishnaswami Ramanujan
Some Beasts by Naftali Ricardo Reyes Basuato
The Lioness by Adrienne Cecile Rich
The Duino Elegies: 8 by Rainer Maria Rilke
This Is The Creature by Rainer Maria Rilke
The Bat by Theodore Roethke
Saaka Crested Cranes by David Rubadiri
The Repetitive Heart: 9 by Delmore Schwartz
Mount Fuji, Opus 5 by Kusano Shimpei
Caring For Animals by Jon Silkin
Mother Earth: Her Whales by Gary Snyder
Swan Song by Gerald Stern
Less And Less Human, O Savage Spirit by Wallace Stevens
Shooting Whales by Mark Strand
Teaching The Ape To Write Poems by James Tate
The Owl by Philip Edward Thomas
March 1979, Sels. by Tomas Transtromer
The Spider by Cesar Vallejo
The Season Of Phantasmal Peace by Derek Walcott
Beasts by Richard Wilbur
Little Elegy With Books And Beasts by Nancy Willard
The Sea-elephant by William Carlos Williams
Two Horses Playing In The Orchard by James Wright
The Second Coming by William Butler Yeats
-- Table of Poems from Poem Finder®

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Título: We Animals: Poems of Our World
Editorial: Bt Bound
Encuadernación: Paperback
Condición del libro: Good

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Editorial: Bt Bound (1999)
ISBN 10: 0833562177 ISBN 13: 9780833562173
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