2 edition of loyalties of Robinson Jeffers. found in the catalog.
loyalties of Robinson Jeffers.
Originally published, Michigan U.P./Oxford U.P., 1956.
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The Loyalties of Robinson Jeffers. University of Michigan Press. pp. George Sterling. Robinson Jeffers: The Man and the Artist. New York: Boni and Liveright. 40pp. Alex A. Vardamis. Critical Reputation of Robinson Jeffers: A Bibliographic Study. Archon Books. Robert Zaller. The Cliffs of Solitude: A Reading of Robinson. TOGETHER WITH "Una and Robinson Jeffers at Lough Carra," an offprint (or improvised one) from Eire-Ireland: A Journal of Irish Studies Vol XI, No. 3, Autumn , SIGNED BY DREW to Beilke: pp in illustrated stapled paperwraps of a sort (fine); and "A New Volume and Two Reprints of Robinson Jeffers," a single-page book review cut from.
Una and Robinson Jeffers raised twin sons and built a house and granite tower, which is now an historical landmark in Carmel, California. At the end of his book-length poem, Iris, Mark Jarman describes that remarkable union and place as "The house where pain and pleasure had turned to poetry and stone, and a family had been happy." Published in a small limited edition in , . Robinson Jeffers () John Robinson Jeffers, the great poet of the American West Coast, was born in the suburbs of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. His father, William Hamilton Jeffers, was a professor of Old Testament Biblical theology and a Presbyterian minister. A strict disciplinarian and serious intellectual, the elder Jeffers.
For further reading: Robinson Jeffers by L.C. Powell (); The Loyalties of Robinson Jeffers by L. Squires (); Robinson Jeffers by F.I. Carpenter (); Robinson Jeffers: Poet of Inhumanism by A.B. Ciffin (); The Cliffs of Solitude by R. Zaller (); Critical Essays on Robinson Jeffers, ed. by (); Robinson Jeffers: The. Who Was Robinson Jeffers? Robinson Jeffers led one of the most fascinating and controversial careers of any American poet. His dates, to , are virtually identical with those of many of the greatest artists of international modernism, yet during a time when the post-symbolist lyric came to dominate poetry, he built much of his reputation on tragic verse dramas .
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OCLC Number: Description: pages ; 21 cm. Contents: The destroying prodigal --Nietzsche and Schopenhauer --The broken balance --The brain vault --The anatomy of violence --The eternal peasant --The inhumanist --The creed of permanence --The debate --Whitman, Lucretius, and Title: Ann Arbor paperbacks, AA Responsibility.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Squires, Radcliffe, Loyalties of Robinson Jeffers. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, © Robinson Jeffers was born in Allegheny, Pennsylvania.
The son of Presbyterian minister and Biblical scholar, Dr. William Hamilton Jeffers, as a boy Jeffers was thoroughly trained in the Bible and classical languages. The Jeffers family frequently traveled to Europe, and Robinson attended boarding schools in Germany and Switzerland.
InJeffers enrolled in Western University. John Robinson Jeffers (Janu – Janu ) was an American poet, known for his work about the central California coast.
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Robinson Jeffers died in at the age of seventy-five, ending one of the most controversial poetic careers of this century. The son of a theology professor at Western Seminary in Pittsburgh, Jeffers was taught Greek, Latin, and Hebrew as a boy, and spent three years in Germany and Switzerland before entering the University of Western /5(36).
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"Permanent things, or things forever renewed, like the grass and human passions, are the material for poetry". See more ideas about Robinson jeffers, Poetry and Poet pins. Jeffers learned several languages - French, Gerrman, Latin and Greek.
After inheriting enough money, Jeffers was able to devote himself to writing poetry." As quoted from Pegasos Literature ring. His first book, FLAGONS AND APPLES (), was a collection of simple love poems.
In Random House published The Selected Poetry of Robinson Jeffers, a volume that would remain in print for more than fifty decades it drew enough poets, students, and general readers to keep Jeffers―in spite of the almost total academic neglect that followed his fame in the s and s―a force in American poetry/5(29).
Reason will not decide at last; the sword will sword: an obsolete instrument of bronze or steel,formerly used to kill men, but hereIn the sense of a symbol. The sword: that is: the stormsand counter-storms of general destruction; killingof men,Destruction of all goods and materials; massacre, more orless intentional, of children and women;Destruction poured [ ].
Radcliffe Squires, in The Loyalties of Robinson Jeffers, makes a good beginning, but the ground is essentially untilled. Coffin’s analysis of the impact of Lucretius, for all its length (about ten pages) misses some important points, including the.
Robinson Jeffers, (born Jan. 10,Pittsburgh—died Jan. 20,Carmel, Calif., U.S.), one of the most controversial U.S.
poets of the 20th century, for whom all things except his pantheistically conceived God are transient, and human life is viewed as a frantic, often contemptible struggle within a net of passions.
Educated in English literature, medicine, and. Robinson Jeffers (), U.S. poet. Shine, Republic (l. 2) Faber Book of Political Verse, The. Tom Paulin, ed.
() Faber and Faber; Faber Book of Popular Verse, The. () Faber and Faber (This book is the same as The Gambit Book of Popular Verse [GBP]).Carpenter, Frederic I. Review of Squires, The Loyalties of Robinson Jeffers. American Literature 29 (May ): – Carroll, Paul. “Prophet Without Honor.” Poetry 90 (July ): – [Review of Squires, The Loyalties of Robinson Jeffers.
RJ has written too much too poorly; unfavorably compared to Yeats and Eliot.] Eiseley, Loren C.Robinson Jeffers died in at the age of seventy-five, ng may be from multiple locations in the US or from the UK, depending on stock availability.
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