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eBook God Spoke And the Poet Wrote: A Collection of Christian Poems epub
  • ISBN: 097676783X
  • Author: Frank Wallace
  • Genre: Fiction
  • Subcategory: Poetry
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Milligan Books (June 30, 2005)
  • Pages: 99 pages
  • ePUB size: 1213 kb
  • FB2 size 1794 kb
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Frank Wallace is not writing of a blissful state where he is one with God .

Frank Wallace is not writing of a blissful state where he is one with God, and promising us we too shall learn that secret. He is too human, besieged by doubts and fears and sins just like the rest of us. He holds a mirror up to every soul who tries, and doesn't always God Spoke and the poet Wrote is unlike any other anthology of Christian poetry that you have ever read. Frank Wallace is not writing of a blissful state where he is one with God, and promising us we too shall learn that secret.

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Wallace Stevens is one of America’s most respected 20th century poets In this poem Stevens wrote of strolling along the beach with a friend and discovering a girl singing to the ocean

Wallace Stevens is one of America’s most respected 20th century poets. These and the other entries in Harmonium reveal Stevens as a poet of delicate, but determined, sensibility, one whose perspective is precise without being precious, and whose wit is subtle but not subdued. In this poem Stevens wrote of strolling along the beach with a friend and discovering a girl singing to the ocean.

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Undoubtedly, the single finest collection of Wallace Stevens ever produced

Undoubtedly, the single finest collection of Wallace Stevens ever produced. Stevens' quest as poet is to aid us in finding outselves more truly and more strange.

What is poetry? What is great poetry? These poems answer these questions

What is poetry? What is great poetry? These poems answer these questions. Each poem is followed by some brief analysis. Many good poems and poets had to be left off of this list.

Wallace Stevens was born in Reading, Pennsylvania, as. .Influenced by Ezra Pound, Stevens wrote 'Sunday Morning', his famous breakthrough work

Wallace Stevens was born in Reading, Pennsylvania, as the son of Garrett Barcalow Stevens, a prosperous country lawyer. His mother's family, the Zellers, were of Dutch origin. During this period Stevens began to write for the Harvand Advocate, Trend, and Harriet Monroe's magazine Poetry. After leaving Harvard without degree in 1900, Stevens worked as a reporter for the New York Tribune. Influenced by Ezra Pound, Stevens wrote 'Sunday Morning', his famous breakthrough work. It starts with 'coffee and oranges in a sunny chair' but ends with images of another reality, death, and universal chaos. She hears, upon that water without soud

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God Spoke and the poet Wrote is unlike any other anthology of Christian poetry that you have ever read. Frank Wallace is not writing of a blissful state where he is one with God, and promising us we too shall learn that secret. He is too human, besieged by doubts and fears and sins just like the rest of us. He holds a mirror up to every soul who tries, and doesn’t always succeed, in living a truly loving and selfless life. The poet speaks directly to his readers about what is in his heart. The message of God Spoke and the Poet Wrote is that God is never very far away.
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