Fractal Shores: Poems Diane Louie

Fractal Shores: Poems

Author: Diane Louie
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Book Title
Fractal Shores: Poems
Author
Diane Louie
ISBN
9780820357904
Carlo Rovelli, Italian physicist, says that "the world is not a collection of things, it is a collection of events." Poet Diane Louie thinks of prose poems as little events. They are happening and happenings. They draw on experience, image, metaphor, and all the properties of language to create little worlds-in-motion: spinning while orbiting, actively shifting our point of view. More genus than hybrid species, prose poems can straddle the obvious limits and less-obvious liberties of perception. This active characteristic of spanning and connecting is especially relevant in a time of cultural polarization. Marrying, even uneasily, the inquiries of science and spiritual longing can illuminate what they--and we--have in common: a desire to understand our presence in a universe that does not yield ultimate answers.Binding Type: PaperbackAuthor: Diane LouiePublisher: University of Georgia PressPublished: 10/15/2020ISBN: 9780820357904Pages: 88Weight: 0.20lbsSize: 8.40h x 7.70w x 0.20d

Carlo Rovelli, Italian physicist, says that "the world is not a collection of things, it is a collection of events." Poet Diane Louie thinks of prose poems as little events. They are happening and happenings. They draw on experience, image, metaphor, and all the properties of language to create little worlds-in-motion: spinning while orbiting, actively shifting our point of view.

More genus than hybrid species, prose poems can straddle the obvious limits and less-obvious liberties of perception. This active characteristic of spanning and connecting is especially relevant in a time of cultural polarization. Marrying, even uneasily, the inquiries of science and spiritual longing can illuminate what they--and we--have in common: a desire to understand our presence in a universe that does not yield ultimate answers.

Binding Type: Paperback
Author: Diane Louie
Publisher: University of Georgia Press
Published: 10/15/2020
ISBN: 9780820357904
Pages: 88
Weight: 0.20lbs
Size: 8.40h x 7.70w x 0.20d

Carlo Rovelli, Italian physicist, says that "the world is not a collection of things, it is a collection of events." Poet Diane Louie thinks of prose poems as little events. They are happening and happenings. They draw on experience, image, metaphor, and all the properties of language to create little worlds-in-motion: spinning while orbiting, actively shifting our point of view.

More genus than hybrid species, prose poems can straddle the obvious limits and less-obvious liberties of perception. This active characteristic of spanning and connecting is especially relevant in a time of cultural polarization. Marrying, even uneasily, the inquiries of science and spiritual longing can illuminate what they--and we--have in common: a desire to understand our presence in a universe that does not yield ultimate answers.

Binding Type: Paperback
Author: Diane Louie
Publisher: University of Georgia Press
Published: 10/15/2020
ISBN: 9780820357904
Pages: 88
Weight: 0.20lbs
Size: 8.40h x 7.70w x 0.20d