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canticle to the waterbirds
|Statement||[by] Brother Antoninus. Photos. by Allen Say.|
|Contributions||Say, Allen, illus.|
|LC Classifications||PS3509.V65 C3|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||39|
|LC Control Number||68028030|
About Daniel Stolpe, Artist who illustrated Everson’s “A Canticle to the Waterbirds”. Daniel Owen Stolpe (born November, 14th ) is an American artist, painter, sculptor, print maker, fine art book publisher, poetry book illustrator and founder of Native Images Editions, Santa Cruz, California. Stolpe has devoted his entire life to exploring the traditional spiritual and aesthetic culture of Native Americans and . A Canticle to the Waterbirds, Eizo, The Springing of the Blade, Black Rock Press, The City Does Not Die, Oyez, The Last Crusade, Oyez, Who Is She That Looketh Forth as the Morning?, Capricorn Press, (Under name Brother Antoninus) Robinson Jeffers: Fragments of an Older Fury, Oyez,
Prospectus, A Canticle to the Waterbirds by William Everson, Aliquando Press. Broadside, "Aemstelledamme" by Spinoza, Prospectus, Buchstabenfreude/The Delight of Letters: A Collection of Quotations from the Works of Rudolf Koch, Allix, Susan. Most of Everson’s poems beg to be declaimed, and “A Canticle to the Waterbirds,” written shortly after his conversion and overflowing with passion, became Everson’s signature poem at .
Book has some light stains on the page edges, cupping on the spine, light discoloration and shelf wear. Translated by John Lyons. Written over a thirty year period, Cosmic Canticle is the crowning achievement of Ernesto Cardenal, one of the towering international figures in 20th century poetry. "x", pages. Satisfaction Guaranteed. A CANTICLE TO THE WATERBIRDS; [Poetry Broadside]. Santa Cruz, Calif: First edition. One of 60 copies SIGNED by Everson. Three-color illustrated broadside printed in Goudy types on T. H. Saunders' handmade paper on the occasion of Everson receiving the Artist of the Year award from the Santa Cruz County Arts Commission.
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First separate printing of Everson's poem. Illustrated with photographs by Allen Say. Number 91of numbered copies SIGNED BY EVERSON AND SAY.
Printed by Lawton and Alfred Kennedy and bound in. Genre/Form: Lask Poetry Collection: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Everson, William, Canticle to the waterbirds.
Berkeley [Calif.] Eizo, A CANTICLE TO THE WATERBIRDS. By Brother Antoninus | William Everson A CANTICLE TO THE WATERBIRDS. A Canticle to the Waterbirds. William Everson. cover is linen bound- very stiff, hard. plain, staid appearance allows title to pop out.
size of book is imposing - the large format in comparison to the limited content (one poem) places emphasis on the individual poem. soft pages with ragged edges (not machine-cut)- creates more natural, organic feel. The book John James Audubon would have made if he had used a camera.
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A Canticle to the Waterbirds DAVID IGNATOWThe Form Falls in On Itself W. MERWINWhen The War is Over GARY SNYDERO Mother Gaia RICHARD WILBURA Difference Index of Poem Titles Index of Poets About the Editor Topical Table of Contents Preface Acknowledgements MARY CORNELIA HARTSHORNE (born c.
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The Spiritual Canticle poem by St John of the Cross. ITHE BRIDE. Page. In its own terms, "The Canticle to the Waterbirds" also achieves a primary and present quality beyond the endless relativism of selfconsciousness.
Because he values the birds' nonhuman presentness, the poet is closely attentive to their particular lives and cries. This is a catalog of birds, like the catalogs filling the pages of Leaves of Grass. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip.
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comment. Daniel Owen Stolpe Dan Stolpe's approach to the book, A Canticle to the Waterbirds by William Everson, is a strong classical presentation of shorebirds as seen in the prints below of Black Necked Silts and Avocets basking along the waters edge.
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Stolpe for "A Canticle to the Waterbirds" by William Everson. A long time friend of Everson, Stolpe created these powerful woodcuts to express a visual interpretation of the poem.Everson is mostly shot on stage, in front of a crowd.
He squints behind glasses; his voice rises and falls. He sometimes speaks from memory and at other times reads from a book. “I rise to meet that vision,” he intones, reading from “A Canticle to the Waterbirds,” which .