7 edition of The blaze of the Poui found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Mark McMorris.|
|Series||The contemporary poetry series, Contemporary poetry series (University of Georgia Press)|
|LC Classifications||PS3563.C3872 B58 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 73 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||73|
|LC Control Number||2003002469|
The Blaze of the Poui: Poems (The Contemporary Poetry Series) 8 copies. Entrepôt 7 copies. The Black Reeds: Poems (Contemporary Poetry Series) 5 copies. The Cafe At Light 4 copies. The Book of Landings (Wesleyan Poetry Series) 3 copies. Palinurus Suite 2 copies. Moth-Wings (Burning Deck Poetry Chapbooks) 2 copies. Figures for a Hypothesis. 2. The Blaze of the Poui The Blaze of the Poui begins with a series of epigraphs that outline the scope and purpose of McMorris's book. The first is an alleged pas sage from Columbus's journal: "I knew that they were a people to be delivered and converted to .
He is the author of numerous books of poetry including The Book of Landings (Wesleyan, ); Entrepôt (Coffee House Press, ); The Café at Light (Roof Books, ); and The Blaze of the Poui (), which was selected by C. D. Wright for the Contemporary Poetry Series and was also a finalist for the Lenore Marshall Poetry Prize. About the Author Born in Kingston, Jamaica, Mark McMorris is an award-winning poet whose books include Entrepôt and The Blaze of the Poui, a finalist for the Lenore Marshall Poetry Prize. He has been a fellow at the MacDowell Colony, writer-in-residence at Brown University, and visiting professor at University of California-Berkeley.
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The Blaze of the Poui begins with a series of epigraphs that outline the scope and purpose of McMorris's book. In The Blaze of the Poui, McMorris cultivates a series of images: gold flowers, the golden sun, antique machines made of gold, and gold as a precious metal.
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Mark McMorris was born in Kingston, Jamaica, and earned a BA at Columbia University and an MA in creative writing and an MA and PhD in comparative literature at Brown University.
He is the author of numerous poetry collections, including The Black Reeds (), which won a Contemporary Poetry Series prize from the University of Georgia Press; The Blaze of the Poui. And of all of his published writings, none addresses these key questions with the unsettling power and clarity of his newest book, The Blaze of the Poui.
As a collection of poems, The Blaze of the Poui pours a startling array of voices into an ongoing investigation of eros and exploration in the European and African settlement of the New World. About the Author Born in Kingston, Jamaica, Mark McMorris is an award-winning poet whose books include The Blaze of the Poui, a finalist for the Lenore Marshall Poetry Prize.
He has been a fellow at the MacDowell Colony, writer-in-residence at Brown University, and visiting professor at University of s: 1.
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Poet Mark McMorris’s books include Entrepôt, The Café at Light, The Blaze of the Poui, The Black Reeds, Moth-Wings, and Palinurus -time winner of the Contemporary Poetry Series Prize, he has also been the recipient of The Gertrude Stein.
In this intricate double volume, Jamaica-born poet McMorris, now living in the U.S., completes the trilogy he began with his collection, Entrepôt, continuing a fascinating exploration of.
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This story, as an example. With both an M.A. in creating writing (poetry) and a Ph.D. in comparative literature from Brown University, McMorris has authored four books of poetry: The Café at Light (Roof Books, ), The Blaze of the Poui (University of Georgia Press, ), The Black Reeds (University of Georgia Press, ), and Moth-Wings (Burning Deck, ).
Mark McMorris is the author of Entrepôt ( avg rating, 26 ratings, 2 reviews, published ), The Blaze of the Poui ( avg rating, 16 ratings, 2 r /5(8). The Blaze of the Poui begins with a series of epigraphs that outline the scope and purpose of McMorris's book. The first is an alleged passage from Columbus's journal "I knew that they were a people to be delivered and converted to.
His other books include EntrepZ?t (Coffee House, ); The CafZ? at Light (Roof Books, ), a text of lyric dialogue and prose; The Blaze of the Poui (U of Georgia P, ), a finalist for the Lenore Marshall Prize; and The Black Reeds (), winner of the Contemporary Poetry Series prize from the University of Georgia Press.Blaze Media is an American conservative media company.
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It is based in Irving, Texas, where it has studios and offices, as well as in Washington, D.C.His collections of poetry include Entrepôt (Coffee House Press, ); The Café at Light (Roof Books, ); The Blaze of the Poui (), which was selected by C. D. Wright for the Contemporary Poetry Series and was also a finalist for the Lenore Marshall Poetry Prize; The Black Reeds (), winner of the Contemporary Poetry Series.