Under the Sign

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    Under the Sign MOBI ð Under the MOBI :´ her ninth book of poems, Lauterbach pursues longstanding inquiries into how language forms and informs our understanding of the relation between empirical observation and subjective response worldly attachment and inwardness the given and the chosen The poems set out not so much to find cogent resolutions to these fluid dyads as to open them to the fact of unknowing that is at the core of all human curiosity and desire A central prose section tracks along a meditative edge, engaging the risky task of opening the mind to the limits of apprehension the final section evokes, in the figure of the instructor, the essential contemporary question of how information becomes knowledge."/>
  • Paperback
  • 160
  • Under the Sign
  • Ann Lauterbach
  • English
  • 11 November 2017
  • 9780143124184

About the Author: Ann Lauterbach

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Under the Sign Under the Sign MOBI ð Under the MOBI :´ under epub, sign ebok, Under the download, Under the Sign Under the Sign PDF/EPUBA new collection from the author of Or To Begin Again, a finalist Under the MOBI :´ for theNational Book Award in PoetryAnn Lauterbach is one of America s most innovative and provocative poets, acclaimed for her fierce, sensuous and intellectually charged poems In this, her ninth book of poems, Lauterbach pursues longstanding inquiries into how language forms and informs our understanding of the relation between empirical observation and subjective response worldly attachment and inwardness the given and the chosen The poems set out not so much to find cogent resolutions to these fluid dyads as to open them to the fact of unknowing that is at the core of all human curiosity and desire A central prose section tracks along a meditative edge, engaging the risky task of opening the mind to the limits of apprehension the final section evokes, in the figure of the instructor, the essential contemporary question of how information becomes knowledge.

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