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Mayan Letters by Olson, Charles and a great selection of similar Used, New and Collectible Books available now at “I find it awkward to call myself a poet or a writer,” Charles Olson wrote in . The letters, later published as The Mayan Letters, are full of Olson's. Sometime toward the end of , it was in December I think, but the letter isn't dated, I heard that Charles Olson was off to Yucatan. A sudden.
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For in the Maya was the looked-for content: And again, later that month, on the 20th: Here is the most abstract and formal charles olson mayan letters of all the things this people dealt out—and yet, to my taste, it is precisely as intimate as verse is.
Is, in fact, verse. And comes into existence, obeys the same laws that, the coming into existence, the persisting of verse, does.
Butterick Black Sparrow Press, Albert Glover Paragon House, Piedras Negras, Palenque were also deserted when, the other, inlands, were! I know so little about this part of the world.
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Olson's gotten me more interested. Contrarily, the poverty, I expect, but it's saddening, as usual. And I do not mean by gorging American comparisons.
Here's another example of one that I find pleasing: Every Saturday night — and no other night, by god, if three goats don't come in and chew their way through it all! And precisely ma, pa, and little goat!
Age toning of the text block charles olson mayan letters with a small stain to the lower edge of the front panel. Chipping of the dustwrapper corners and top back strip edge. But an older, more distant past also preoccupied Olson and he hoped to get down to its roots quite literally.
Tale of the tribe: Preface to 'The Mayan Letters by CHarles Olson.
He was setting out to dig. Olson settled in coastal Lerma with one ambition: The self-taught archaeologist Olson labored not only as the amateur does—for love—but also as a poet.
How would a poet practice archaeology then, you might ask? In it, he describes trying to find the end of a poem: You wave the first word.