"Bright unequivocal eye" : poems, papers, and remembrances from the First Jane Kenyon Conference /
edited by Bert G. Hornback.
New York : Peter Lang, c2000.
xiv, 168 p. ; 24 cm.
0820445851 (casebound)
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New York : Peter Lang, c2000.
0820445851 (casebound)
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"Jane Kenyon : a bibliographical checklist": p. [147]-164.
Includes bibliographical references.
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Table of Contents
About Jane Kenyon
Two Poets in One Housep. 1
How Could She Not: For Jane Kenyon, 1947-1995p. 3
Green Housep. 5
"let It Grow in the Dark like a Mushroom": Writing with Jane Kenyonp. 11
Our Lady of Sorrows: Some Thoughts on Jane Kenyonp. 27
Jane Kenyon's "manners Toward God": Gratitude and the "anti-Urge"p. 39
"it Could Be for Beauty....": Poetics in the Boat of Quiet Hoursp. 47
My Father's Windmill: Daily Grieving in the Poetry of Jane Kenyanp. 55
Vision, Voice, and Soul-Making in "let Evening Come"p. 63
Responsibility to Detailp. 69
Attention as a Palliative for Depression: the Poems of Jane Kenyonp. 77
Settling into the Light: the Ethics of Grace in the Poetry of Jane Kenyonp. 87
Trust in Otherwisep. 99
Food as Sacrament in the Poetry of Jane Kenyonp. 105
Emphasis: The Placement of "killing the Plants" in the Book of Quiet Hoursp. 115
The Interior Garden in Jane Kenyon's Poetryp. 119
Affective Disorders: the Treatment of Emotion in Jane Kenyon's Poetryp. 121
Optical Allusions and Personal Voices in Jane Kenyon's Poetryp. 127
Letter with No Addressp. 129
Sweetness Preservedp. 135
Jane Kenyon: a Bibliographical Checklistp. 147
Notes on Contributorsp. 165
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