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Inventing the Language to Tell It: Robinson Jeffers and the Biology of Consciousness

Previous Post Michael Eamon. Next Post Caroline Wigginton. The bleak poetry of Robinson Jeffers is an acquired taste. At its best, it attains a stoic lucidity in its lyrical evocations of the coastline of central California — an elemental landscape of rock, wave, wind, and cypress — yet the long narrative poems, violent and tragic, are too often prolix and strained.

Although Jeffers is not typically considered the equal of the pre-eminent American poets of his time — Eliot, Frost, Moore, Pound, Stevens, Williams — his writing has been expertly tended by faithful editors and commentators. It contains detailed bibliographical descriptions of nearly works by Jeffers, including posthumous volumes, and another almost 50 works to which Jeffers made contributions. The compendium is not wholly free of typographical errors, but a preliminary reading suggests that the crucial information is reliable.


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