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High Lonesome
On the Poetry of Charles Wright
Adam Giannelli, ed.

Oberlin College Press



Contents

• Introduction
• REVIEWS
• Charles Wright’s
Country Music (1991) — David St. John
fromOne for the Rose and The Southern Cross” (1982) — David Walker
from “Lives in a Rearview Mirror” (1984) — David Kalstone
from “The Trace of a Story Line” — Mark Jarman
from “The Pragmatic Imagination and Secret of Poetry” (1988) — Mark Jarman
• Travels in Time (1998) — Helen Vendler
Zone Journals (1991) — Sherod Santos
from “An Elegist’s New England, a Buddhist’s Dante” (1991) — Richard Tillinghast
• The Blood Bees of Paradise (1991) —
David Young
• Improvisations on Charles Wright’s
The World of the Ten Thousand Things (1992) — Tom Andrews
• Charles Wright’s Hymn (1991) — Christopher Buckley
• The Nothing That Is (1995) — Helen Vendler
from “On Restraint” — David Baker
from “Earned Weight” — James Longenbach
• Between Heaven and Earth (1999) — Adam Kirsch
• Ars Longa (1999) — J. D. McClatchy
• An Enchanted, Diminished World (2000) — Ron Smith
• ESSAYS
• The Transcendent “I” (1979) — Helen Vendler
• Tracing Charles Wright — Calvin Bedient
• Under the Sign of the Cross (1989) — J. D. McClatcy
• “Things that Lock Our Wrists to the Past”: Self-Portraiture and Autobiography in Charles Wright’s Poetry (1989) — James McCorkle
• Gospel Music: Charles Wright and the High Lonesome (1992) — Michael Chitwood
• Charles Wright and Presences in Absence (1994) — Julian Gitzen
• The Capabilities of Charles Wright (1992) — Stephen Cushman
• Metaphysics of the Image in Charles Wright and Paul Césanne(1994) — Bruce Bond
• Resurrecting the Baroque (1997) — Peter Stitt
• The Doubting Penitent: Charles Wright’s Epiphanies of Abandonment (1998) — Lee Upton
• Poetic Standard Time: The Zones of Charles Wright (1998) — Christopher R. Miller
• Chrles Wright, Giorgio Morandi, and the Metaphysics of the Line (2002) — Bonnie Costello
• Charles Wright’s
Via Mystica (2004) — Henry Hart
• Charles Wright and “The Metapysics of the Quotidian” (2005) — Willard Spiegelman
• Bibliography
• Contributors
• Acknowledgments

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