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Title
  • The Tantramar re-vision / Kevin Irie.
Author
Irie, Kevin, 1953-
Publication
Montreal ; Kingston ; London ; Chicago : McGill-Queen's University Press, [2021]

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Description
viii, 88 pages; 20 cm.
Series Statement
  • The Hugh MacLennan poetry series
Uniform Title
Hugh MacLennan poetry series.
Subjects
Genre/Form
Poetry.
Additional Formats (note)
  • Issued also in electronic format.
Contents
Machine generated contents note: Recognition -- Defeated (A Confession) -- The Tantramar Re-Vision -- Crossing Tantramar Marsh -- Cautionary -- Fishing, Tantramar Marsh -- Lure -- Tackle Guide -- Marsh Map Legend -- Welcome To The Marsh Visitor Centre! -- A Creek As Complicity, Duplicity, Daring -- Current -- Oxbow As Aging -- Windblown -- In My Jolicure Woods -- The Hunter -- The Mink -- Studies In Contrast -- Dark Flights -- Hierarchies, The Northern Harrier Hawk -- A Crow's Wing (Death Never Cancels) -- Listening -- Addiction, The Spruce -- Black Spruce -- The Trail -- Forecast -- Considering The Benignity Of Clouds -- Change -- Mint -- Rhubarb -- Persistence -- Ode To Produce -- Garbage Detail -- Reprimand -- Cardinal Considerations -- Grasses -- Red Alert -- Questions -- October's Meadow -- The Compulsion Of Snow -- The Silence Of Snow -- Winter Sparrows -- Night Fear -- Enthrallment (A Fan's Notes) -- Blasphemies: Erasures/Extractions From John Thompson's Stilt Jack -- The Cows Of New Brunswick -- Hammer (Note For The Bereaved).
Call Number
JFC 22-144
ISBN
  • 9780228006374
  • 0228006376
OCLC
1201654820
Author
Irie, Kevin, 1953- author.
Title
The Tantramar re-vision / Kevin Irie.
Publisher
Montreal ; Kingston ; London ; Chicago : McGill-Queen's University Press, [2021]
Type of Content
text
Type of Medium
unmediated
Type of Carrier
volume
Series
The Hugh MacLennan poetry series
Hugh MacLennan poetry series.
Summary
"I've lived the way a field is sometimes / a shelter for mice / or sometimes a source of game / for a hawk Inspired by the literary landscape of the late poet John Thompson, Kevin Irie's The Tantramar Re-Vision presents a portrait of nature where the benign and the bedevilled coexist, collude, or collide. The Tantramar Re-Vision charts routes of discovery as it follows trails, waterways, flights, and fears, be it through the woods, the wilds, the page, or the mind where "it's hard to admit / you are not to your taste." It questions an existence in which the inhuman thrives, ignorant of divinity, while the human psyche continues to search for answers as "life takes directions / away from" it. The Tantramar Marsh setting of John Thompson's Stilt Jack resonates with Irie's landscapes of birds, fish, plants, and wildlife, all still within reach yet part of a world where "wind carries sounds / it cannot hear." Insightful and meditative, The Tantramar Re-Vision is poetry of the inner self and the outside observer, a poetic testament to the ways literature creates its own landmarks and nature survives without knowing a word."-- Provided by publisher.
Additional Formats
Issued also in electronic format.
Other Form:
Online version: Irie, Kevin, 1953- Tantramar re-vision. Montreal ; Kingston ; London ; Chicago : McGill-Queen's University Press, 2021 0228007410 9780228007418 (OCoLC)1247650610
Research Call Number
JFC 22-144
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