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Poems A Collection Of Haunting Lyricism That Evokes The Beauty And Hardship Of The Rural South, By A Revered American Master Of Letters The Award Winning, Bestselling Author Of The Novels Serena, Something Rich And Strange, And Above The Waterfall.In This Incandescent, Profound, And Accessible Collection, Beloved And Award Winning Poet, Novelist, And Short Story Writer Ron Rash Vividly Channels The Rhythms Of Life In Appalachia, Deftly Capturing The Panoply Of Individuals Who Are Its Heart And Soul Men And Women Inured To Misfortune And Hard Times Yet Defined By Tremendous Fortitude, Resilience, And A Fierce Sense Of Community.In Precise, Supple Language That Swerves From The Stark To The Luminous, Rash Richly Describes The Splendor Of The Natural Landscape And Poignantly Renders The Lives Of Those Dependent On Its Bounty In Cotton Mills And Tobacco Fields, Farmlands And Forests The Haunting Memories And Shared Histories Of These People Their Rituals And Traditions Animate This Land, And Are Celebrated In Rash S Crystalline, Intensely Imagined Verse.With An Eye For The Surprising And Vivid Detail, Ron Rash Powerfully Captures The Sorrows And Exaltations Of This Wondrous World He Knows Intimately Illuminating And Indelible, Poems Demonstrates His Rich Talents And Confirms His Legacy As A Standard Bearer For The Literature Of The American South.

Free ↠ Poems  By Ron Rash – Pccare247.us
  • ebook
  • 192 pages
  • Poems
  • Ron Rash
  • 09 April 2018
  • 0062435531

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  1. says:

    Over the last few years I have gotten to know the writing of Ron Rash as a premier voice in Southern literature A professor at Western Carolina University, he wowed me with his PEN Faulkner nominated Serena as well as One Foot in Eden Rash can flat out write Last week I saw my Goodreads friend Diane reading a book of Rash s poetry, and I knew that I had to get it for myself To my delightful surprise, the library did not have the collection that Diane read, but a larger collection that includ Over the last few years I have gotten to know the writing of Ron Rash as a premier voice in Southern literature A professor at Western Carolina University, he wowed me with his PEN Faulkner nominated Serena as well as One Foot in Eden Rash can flat out write Last week I saw my Goodreads friend Diane reading a book of Rash s poetry, and I knew that I had to get it for myself To my delightful surprise, the library did not have the collection that Diane read, but a larger collection that included the poetry that she recommended Needless to say, I knew I was in for a treat.When I say that Rash can flat out write and switch genres seamlessly, I do not say this lightly as there are few authors today who I find can switch genres and still produce quality work Coincidently, the last author I noted this about is also a premier poet, current United States poet laureate Tracy K Smith Perhaps there is something to be said about...


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    Poems New and Selected, Ron Rash s Appalachia in VerseThose readers who have admired the prose of Ron Rash should welcome the publication of Poems New and Selected from the ecco imprint of Harper Collins This volume of beautifully haunting verse contains poems from each of Rash s previously published collections of poems Eureka Mill, Raising the Dead, Among the Believers, and Waking, with equally captivating new poems.Rash s poems are rich in the distillation of mem...


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    RON RASH TAKING DOWN THE LINESThey tore the telephone linesfrom the valley like unhealedstitches, poles and wires hauled offthrough which voices had once flowedacross Jocassee like freshetscrisscrossing, running backwardinto far coves where one phonemight be shared by five families.In those lines was sedimentof births and sickness, deaths,love vows and threats, all passed onmouth to mouth, vital as breathbefore silenced in the lake scurrents of lost connections.if springsteen ever runs out of RON RASH TAKING DOWN THE LINESThey tore the telephone linesfrom the valley like unhealedstitches, poles and wires hauled offthrough which voices had once flowedacross Jocassee like freshetscrisscrossing, running backwardinto far coves where one phonemight be shared by five families.In those lines was sedimentof births and sickness, deaths,love vows and threats, all passed onmouth to mouth, vital as breathbefore silenced in the lake scurrents of lost connections.if springsteen ever runs out of material about the vanishing american heartland and the stoicism of the working class, i m sure ron rash would let him se...


  4. says:

    Such a joy to witness the blooming of Ron Rash s career I first read a story of his over a decade ago I bought an O Henry anthology in Toronto, hoping to read an old teacher s entry and while away a plane journey home to England Rash s entry Speckled Trout ended up stealing the show Before the month had ended I got hold of his novels and story collections from sellers in the US, and enjoyed them all.Today, Rash s work has enjoyed slots on the bestseller lists, two film adaptations, and Such a joy to witness the blooming of Ron Rash s career I first read a story of his over a decade ago I bought an O Hen...


  5. says:

    I read very little poetry as it is too abstract for my imagination or lack of imagination However, I will have to say that many of these poems were very emotional for me and I can see where he is a great writer both in poetry and prose I just wish I had someone to give m...


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    Ron Rash composes beautiful Carolinian ballads, voices singing narratives of an overlooked South life in Appalachia and mill towns The selections captured native voice and tone so perfectly that I often forgot I was reading poetry, becoming lost in the dialogue of Rash s poignant lyricism He unveils his treasures by threading together local histories with the lore from a few generations back, ultimately capturing the core of the Southern persistent spirit A friend rec...


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    4.5 I have been reading Rash s prose for a while, but have ignored his poetry I recently attended an event celebrating the release of his new novel and got to hear him read some of his poems They took me by surprise I left the event with The Risen AND this collection of poems I recognize the people and the places in this volume as my family and my home The Eureka Mill poems particularly spoke to me because of my family s history with Beacon Mill in Swannanoa A beautiful and powerful coll 4.5 I have been read...


  8. says:

    Hard like his prose, but truthful and unflinching.


  9. says:

    Great collection of Poems Ron Rash s writing never disappoints His words always paint the most vivid pictures.


  10. says:

    Love the strong narrative element in these poems folks who appreciate Southern Literature and storytelling will enjoy these, even though some deal with heavy subject matter Highly recommend.

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