A February sheaf: selected writings, verse and prose
Poetry. Criticism. This new collection of writings from Gerrit Lansing combines poems, essays, reviews and "gists." Included are many pieces fugitive and out of print: the secretly influential "Burden of Set" editorials, previously uncollected poems, a generous choice of work from the three editions of Heavenly Tree, and more. Gerrit Lansing was born in Albany, New York, in 1928, and grew up in Northern Ohio.
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Aleister Crowleys Portable Darkness
Production as Metaphor and Nature in Baudrillards Mirror
The Ambiguities of Thorpe Feidt
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Aleister Crowley allegory Amazing Grace Ambiguities American ancient anthology attention Baudrillard biographer bird Blizzard of Oz Boston BURDEN OF SET called Charles Olson Chimeres Clark colors contemporary couch cultsure Czeslaw Milosz dream ebranlait Erasmus Darwin fall Feathers to Iron Feidt figure fire Fletcher writes forest Frederick Goddard Tuckerman French Gerard de Nerval ghost Glen Burnie Gloucester goddess Hermes and Osiris Hill Horus Hoyem's Isis John Wieners Jonas king of winter Kneph light looked magic Marx means meiosis meiotic Melville methodology Michaelson Milosz mirror mistranslation mother mouth move Nature Neptunian Neptunian character night occult old pervert Omar original Ozymandias paintings poet poetic poetry Portable Darkness production prose quatrain reality rhetorical Robert Duncan Robin Blaser sacrament savage scarf of Iris serial poem song sonnet Spicer things Thoreau translation tree UNSEALING untruth verse Wilhelm Reich words wrote