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by Robert Dana

ePub Power of the Visible download
Author:
Robert Dana
ISBN13:
978-0804005517
ISBN:
0804005516
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Publisher:
Swallow Press Inc.,U.S.; First Edition edition (September 1972)
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Subcategory:
Poetry
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1708 kb
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Robert Dana (June 2, 1929 – February 6, 2010) was an American poet, who taught writing and English literature at Cornell College and many other schools.

Robert Patrick Dana was born in Boston, Massachusetts, in 1929.

In a fugitive season: A Sequence of Poems. The power of the visible. Starting out for the difficult world.

Home Dana, Robert The power of the visible. Published by Swallow Press, 1971. Condition: Good Hardcover. From books4u31 (Asheville, NC, . Bookseller Inventory 171108014S. Ask Seller a Question. Bibliographic Details. Title: The power of the visible. Publisher: Swallow Press. Publication Date: 1971. Book Condition: Good.

Robert Patrick Dana (June 2, 1929 - February 6, 2010) was an award-winning American poet. Dana was born in Boston, Massachusetts.

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Robert Greene begins his book with a premise saying that always if a law is observed (obeyed and used) you will .

Robert Greene begins his book with a premise saying that always if a law is observed (obeyed and used) you will gain power if a law is transgressed (you don’t heed the law) you lose it. Now this is how he illustrates this. If you read or were going to read this book out of interest of self protection against these tactics.

Robert Dana was born in Boston, Massachusetts in 1929. He served in the South Pacific in World War II as a . In 1989 he was the recipient of the Delmore Schwartz Memorial Award for Poetry, given by New York University

Robert Dana was born in Boston, Massachusetts in 1929. After the War, he moved from Boston to Des Moines, Iowa, where he attended Drake University and worked as a sportswriter for the Des Moines Register. Later he studied at the University of Iowa and the Iowa Writers' Workshop, and received a Masters Degree in 1954. In 1989 he was the recipient of the Delmore Schwartz Memorial Award for Poetry, given by New York University. He received a Pushcart Prize in 1996, and has been awarded the Rainer Maria Rilke Prize for Poetry.

The Power of the Visible. Robert Dana has never started a craze

The Power of the Visible. Chicago, Swallow Press, 1971. Robert Dana has never started a craze. He is not an inventor either, a poet who creates a brand new process, but he has learned from such poets, assembling and assimilating techniques and poetic strategies so well that he earns a place in Pound's second category-master craftsman. Dana's first book describes our perishing world as it becomes part of his inner life, an ironic charting of his country's taste for concrete images "Unlikely as Chicago. He skewers Americans' view of nature: Pigs blister the hillsid. orning may strike us anywhere.