The Hunter Gracchus: And Other Papers on Literature and Art
Open the pages of The Hunter Gracchus and step into the remarkable mind of Guy Davenport, one of this country's most provocative writers. Moving effortlessly from snake handling to Wallace Stevens, these essays take delight in an immense range of topics, including art and architecture, religion, and literature.
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The Hunter Gracchus and Other Papers on Literature and ArtUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
The author of nearly 30 books of poetry, translation, commentary, and fiction (e.g., A Table of Green Fields, LJ 10/1/93), Davenport announces blithely that this collection of essays and comments "has ... Read full review
Review: The Hunter Gracchus: And Other Papers on Literature and ArtUser Review - Douglas Dalrymple - Goodreads
The Hunter Gracchus collects pieces of Davenport's non-fiction not otherwise found in The Geography of the Imagination, which is, honestly, the superior anthology. But there's plenty of good stuff here too. Read full review