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Francis JammesJammes oetry is wonderful he s certainly a new favorite I m not a big fan of the essays I think it s appropriate for the book and the essays are well written but I find analyzing oems to deeply ruins some of the magic for me This book consists of a 56 เพชรพระอุมา (ตอน 04) อาถรรพณ์นิทรานคร page sampling of Francis Jammes soems translated from French into English by Kathryn Nuernberger Bruce Whiteman Teo Savory and Janine Canan These are followed by six short essays each written by a different literary scholar which rovide a biographico historico geographical context for the oems analyze their influence on the development of Modernism especially with regards to Ezra Pound and Amy Lowell and assess their resent day relevance and overall meritJammes

a fin du siecle Basue who wrote loose limbed free verse lyric oetry with a neo astoral bent during an era when it was vastly during an era when it was vastly to write semantically dense oetry about the ennui of city dwellers His value system revolved around a worship of 待つ [Matsu] purity and innocence two ualities that in his early work are rather nauseatingly symbolized by the bodies of rural dwelling young girls Jammes talks at length and with utmost sincerity about hisure sad soul and how it isolates him from others How can he ever find a lasting true love if all the women he meets are not ure enough to accept his ure sad soul for what it is he asks His avowed abhorrence of all forms of artifice is so forceful so deliberate that to me it sometimes seemed like its own form of artifice His Brainwashing of the German Nation poems are also marked by a rather ag. In the mountain villages of the remote French Basue Country in the early years of the twentieth century Francis Jammes was writingoems lays and novels Praised by his French contemporaries Stéphane Mallarmé André Gide and Paul Claudel among others Jammes would become known among the American Modernists as one of their most essential influences And then thanks to the vagaries of time and taste he and his works were forgotten Known. ,
Gressive seeming willed joyfulnessAnd yet Just when you had made up your mind to hate Jammes on account of his turn of the century chauvinism and the way he clutches his naivete tightly to his chest like a child s life jacket he stuns you by writing so beautifully crafting images that feel so alive and breathe so much heady fragrance up your nostrils that your head simply spins His metaphors sunder all your expectations and all your notions of logic they confuse your senses with their seemingly artless evocations of synesthesia The look she gave was like lavender flowers as fresh as the movements of your head Its winds are as bitter as olives Yes just when you had resolved to end this terrible blind date to gather up YOUR PURSE AND RETURN TO YOUR LONELY APARTMENT ALL purse and return to your lonely Apartment All Yourself His Magician S all by yourself his magician s resent you with this translucent crocus and that ink mushroom the thick black rose and the weeping iris afire And you think to yourself Ah well we all have flaws What s important is Can we be salvaged Can we be redeemedThe first three Social Media and Social Movements: The Transformation of Communication Patterns pages of this book are devoted to arose work by Jammes titled Jammisme A Literary Manifesto This Principles of Isotope Geology piece is a sort of arsoetica wherein Jammes waxes Ouroboros poetic about girls with charming legs and graceful breasts in a way that made my skin crawl He makes obnoxiously dogmaticronouncements like What on earth am I to think of a writer who delights in depicting a living turtle encrusted with Hollendartida i Norge: 1550–1750 precious stones I cannot believe that such aerson is worthy of the name of oet because God did not create tu. For his masterful imagery and charming frankness Jammes' influence can be seen on the New York School and Deep Image oets In addition to its significance to literary history Jammes' work remains as surprising and resonant as when it was first ublished with acclaim In this fifth volume of the Unsung Masters Series ublished by Pleiades Press at the University of Central Missouri editors Kathryn Nuernberger and Bruce Whiteman have sele.
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Rtles for this urpose You can imagine how turned off I was by these narrow minded articles of faith being myself a writer who believes that imagination and invention are components of a oet s toolbox no less vital than erception and observation It is my assionate conviction that oetry need not restrict itself to trafficking with nonfiction but It is my assionate conviction that oetry need not restrict itself to trafficking with nonfiction but also at liberty to traffic with fiction even science fiction if that is what the Muse desires So after reading Jammisme A Literary to traffic with fiction even science fiction if that is what the Muse desires So after reading Jammisme A Literary I was inclined to be severe on Jammes s oetryReading Jammes s short Forever Im Yours poems his Tristesses and his uatrains softened myrejudices a little but only a very little It was Jammes S Long Poems His Elegies That Made A Convert s long Basilio Boullosa Stars in the Fountain of Highlandtown poems his Elegies that made a convert challenge you to read Jammes s Second Elegy a fourart nine Honey, I Wrecked the Kids: When Yelling, Screaming, Threats, Bribes, Timeouts, Sticker Charts and Removing Privileges All Don't Work page masterpiece and then tell me that it didn t break your heart like a soft soda cracker The Fifteenth Elegy which expresses Jammes s respect for his fellow Frenchoet Marceline Desbordes Val also made me uestion whether I had judged Jammes too harshlyAs far as the six scholarly essays at the end of the book are concerned I would most highly recommend Nuernberger s it is the most original and interesting and controversial contending that Jammes eventually renounced his narrow views of femininity and evolved a ro roletariat A Spectre Is Haunting Texas proto feministolitics late in life The only thing I wish were different about this book is it would have been nice if the French originals had been included so that Francophone readers could assess the faithfulness of the translations. Cted than seventy Tilak Kathalu pages of representativeoetry and rose by Jammes and they have brought together essays by oets and critics who admire his work Essays and appreciations by Jaswinder Bolina Janine Canan John Gallaher Christopher Howell Benjamin Johnson and Kathryn Nuernberger demonstrate Jammes' influence on the development of twentieth century oetics and reintroduce readers to an astonishing literary voice worth reading in any tim.