Spell (New Series #5)

Spell (New Series #5)

Dan Beachy-Quick / Dec 12, 2019

Spell New Series Poetry Dan Beachy Quick confirms the promise of his first book and greatly extends the range and scope of his writing with this brilliant fantasia on a theme by Herman Melville This multi layered poet

  • Title: Spell (New Series #5)
  • Author: Dan Beachy-Quick
  • ISBN: 9780916272784
  • Page: 108
  • Format: Paperback
  • Poetry Dan Beachy Quick confirms the promise of his first book and greatly extends the range and scope of his writing with this brilliant fantasia on a theme by Herman Melville This multi layered poetic work engages with Melville s text as well as with myth and with the ideas of spiritual quest, the role of the writer, and the nature of language Rewarding multiple readiPoetry Dan Beachy Quick confirms the promise of his first book and greatly extends the range and scope of his writing with this brilliant fantasia on a theme by Herman Melville This multi layered poetic work engages with Melville s text as well as with myth and with the ideas of spiritual quest, the role of the writer, and the nature of language Rewarding multiple readings and affording continual discoveries, SPELL is a major work for the new century by an assured and gifted poet Intelligent, compassionate, exquisite, Beachy Quick s is a unique voice in contemporary poetry Cole Swensen.

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    1. A careful student of Melville, Beachy-Quick writes an homage to Moby Dick. He's a sort of language-y/experimental poet (what's the best term? This work is mostly coherent but very concerned with the ways words sound, rather than the imitation of speech or meditation; an example: "The spear-struck/ Whale churns with his massive tail the water/ To white-roil, fury, turmoil, to gale-height waves/ When no gale blows--spear-struck, and then sounds/ Ocean-down as long as breath allows.")The collection [...]




    2. At the word level, as at many other levels, this is a very satisfying book. Strike, stave, ink, quill, inquiry, cast, barrel, darkens, thinnest, speared, depth, uncoils, wound, cask, globules.


    3. this is so my sort of project. but perhaps because i love The Whaler's Dictionary so much, i didn't enjoy this as i expected to.


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