Entries (2020)

Entries In these poems written over the past decade Wendell Berry combines plainspoken elegance with deeply felt emotion this is work of both remembrance and regeneration Whether writing as son of a dying fat
  • Title: Entries
  • Author: Wendell Berry
  • ISBN: 9781887178372
  • Page: 312
  • Format: Paperback
  • In these poems written over the past decade Wendell Berry combines plainspoken elegance with deeply felt emotion this is work of both remembrance and regeneration Whether writing as son of a dying father or as father of a daughter about to be wed, Berry plumbs the complexities of conflict, grief, loss, and love He celebrates life from the domestic to the eternal, findinIn these poems written over the past decade Wendell Berry combines plainspoken elegance with deeply felt emotion this is work of both remembrance and regeneration Whether writing as son of a dying father or as father of a daughter about to be wed, Berry plumbs the complexities of conflict, grief, loss, and love He celebrates life from the domestic to the eternal, finding in the everyday that which is everlasting.
    Entries Definition of Entries at Dictionary a place of ingress or entrance, especially an entrance hall or vestibule permission or right to enter access the act of entering or recording something in a book, register, list, etc the statement, item, etc so entered Entries definition of entries by The Free Dictionary entry an item inserted in a written record dictionary entry, lexical entry the entry in a dictionary of information about a word written account, written record a written document preserving knowledge of Entries definition and meaning Collins English Dictionary Entries definition the act or an instance of entering entrance Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples Equibase North American Entries Index Welcome to Equibase, your official source for horse racing results, mobile racing data, statistics as well as all other horse racing and thoroughbred racing information Find everything you need to know about horse racing at Equibase. Entires definition of entires by The Free Dictionary Define entires entires synonyms, entires pronunciation, entires translation, English dictionary definition of entires adj a Having no part excluded or left out whole I read the entire book. Entries Synonyms, Entries Antonyms Thesaurus Entries are made from the veranda as well as from either side of the house Thus all the entries of the same kind are close to one another Amongst other entries is one to the effect that in a scold was ducked three times For instance, most of it was not written up from day to day, though all the entries Daily Racing Form Horse Racing Entries Live Odds Entries for upcoming horse races at Aqueduct, Belmont Park, Churchill Downs, Del Mar, Golden Gate Fields, Gulfstream Park, Hawthorne, Keeneland, Oaklawn Park, Object.entries JavaScript MDN Equibase Horse Racing Horse Racing Entries Horse Welcome to Equibase, your official source for horse racing results, mobile racing data, statistics as well as all other horse racing and thoroughbred racing information Find everything you need to know about horse racing at Equibase.
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    1. Wow There was a section at the end of poems he had written about his father that were devastatingly beautiful I can t imagine watching a parent slowly deteriorate into confusion and sickness I know that day will come And I know that on that day I will return to these poems as a source for my own struggles and healing Wendell Berry is simply my favorite author Everything he writes connects with me on so many levels The book is worth the price simply for this one poem entitled For and Absence When [...]

    2. Anglo Saxon Protestent Heterosexual MenCome, dear brothers,let us cheerfully acknowledgethat we are the last hope of the world,for we have no excuses,nobody to blame but ourselves.Who is going to sit at our feetand listen while we bewailour historical sufferings Whowill ever believe that we alsohave wept in the nightwith repressed longing to becomeour real selves Who will stand forth and proclaimthat we have virtues and talentspeculiar to our category Nobody,and that is good For here we areat la [...]

    3. I first read Entries about 10 years ago I like to return to it every now and then There are some very fine poems in this collection My favorite is The Blue Robe.Wendell Berry, along with Donald Hall, and Hall s deceased wife Jane Kenyon, are three of my favorite poets I list these three together because they all share a strong sense of place, community, and stewardship of the land and nature, but in a very grounded way, not flighty or New Age e.

    4. It was The Wild Rose that brought me to this collection, and yes, that poem is lovely The last section is a series of poems about his father he was my enemy and by God the truest teacher in my life The last poem, Come Forth, is a stunner.

    5. Berry is a fauxgressive Southern white dude writing for other fauxgressive Southern white dudes An occasional poem is ok but mostly it s boring drivel that surely wouldn t find a publisher if not written by, you guessed it, a white dude Immediately tossing this one into the donation pile.

    6. One is startled at how Berry moves between poems of human intimacy, community and relationship to nature, and poems of political diatribe until one realizes that they are two inseparable aspects of his wisdom his take on what makes a worthwhile life and what makes that possible.

    7. Absolutely stunning From his love poems, to those against the American way of overindulgence and greed, to the poignant looks at his father, Berry is at the top of my list of American poets.If you don t read a lot of poetry or any this would be a great start Simply,Tim

    8. Excellent first section Fourth section was also of interest, but the middle sections were somewhat letdowns.

    9. You look at me, you give a light, which I bear and return, and we are held, and all is held, in this look we burn and see by our own light.

    10. I will always love Berry s look at the simply life I so enjoy his writingsI tend to quote him an awful lot

    11. If nothing else, read the closing set of poems, In Extremis, about addressing his father s death Hits the nail on the head.

    12. Berry so wonderfully captures the beauty, the poignancy, and the meaning in the mundane activities of our daily life The section of poems devoted to his father s final days is especially moving.

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