Richard Outram: Essays on His Works

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Ingrid Ruthig
Guernica Editions, 2011 - Literary Collections - 218 pages
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This volume presents the first posthumous panorama of Richard Outram's work. It includes an interview, lecture, and new essays by poets and writers who admire Outram's commitment to "concision and precision" in language -- Brian Bartlett, Michael Carbert, Robert Denham, Jeffery Donaldson, Amanda Jernigan, Eric Ormsby, Ingrid Ruthig, Peter Sanger, and Zachariah Wells.
 

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Contents

Acknowledgements
6
The Richard Outram Northrop Frye Connection
38
The Poets Regenerative
54
Ellipses and Interstices by Zachariah Wells
71
Myth and Eros in Dove Legend
122
The Gauntlet Mandala by Jeffery Donaldson
135
Of Death and Bright Entanglement and Troth
153
An Exercise in Exegesis by Richard Outram
187
Outram Lake by Steven Heighton
205
Contributors
218
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About the author (2011)

Ingrid Ruthig is a writer, editor, visual artist, and former architect living near Toronto. Her work has appeared across Canada and internationally in numerous publications, anthologies, and chapbooks. Recent projects include an artist's book, and two mixed-media textworks which have been exhibited across Durham and York Regions.

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