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by Kathleen Raine
- ISBN: 0903880385
- ISBN13: 978-0903880381
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- Language: English
- Category: Poetry
- Publisher: Distributed by Element Books (1988)
- Pages: 157
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Kathleen Raine was born in Ilford, Essex (now part of London) .
Kathleen Raine was born in Ilford, Essex (now part of London). Her mother was from Scotland and her father was born in Wingate, County Durham. The couple had met as students at Armstrong College in Newcastle upon Tyne. This period is described in the first book of her autobiography, Farewell Happy Fields (1973). Raine noted that poetry was deeply ingrained in the daily lives of her maternal ancestors: "On my mother’s side I inherited Scotland’s songs and ballad. ung or recited by my mother, aunts and grandmothers, who had learnt it from their mothers and grandmother. oetry was the very essence of life.
Poems from 1943- to the present day, Kathleen Raine's pared down style is filled with deeply elemental, powerful imagery, in her unmistakeably female voice.
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Kathleen Jessie Raine CBE (14 June 1908 – 6 July 2003) was a British poet, critic and scholar, writing in particular on William Blake, W. B. Yeats and Thomas Taylor. Known for her interest in various forms of spirituality, most prominently Platonism and Neoplatonism, she was a founding member of the Temenos Academy. Kathleen Raine was born in Ilford, Essex.
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Born in Essex in 1906, Kathleen Raine was a poet and critic whose work had a profoundly spiritual sense that encompassed all forms of belief including Plato, Jesus .
Born in Essex in 1906, Kathleen Raine was a poet and critic whose work had a profoundly spiritual sense that encompassed all forms of belief including Plato, Jesus and Buddha. Her time spent in Northumberland during World War I was a formative part of her life, as were the Scottish ballads and poems that were handed down to her by her mother and other relations. She published her first book of poetry in 1943 at the age of 35. Stone and Flower contained a number of works that had been written since 1935 and presented a more romantic and visionary world compared to some of her contemporaries and she was considered more in tune with Yeats and Blake than Auden or Spender.
Kathleen Norris has touched readers throughout America with her thoughtful and provocative memoirs of faith .
Kathleen Norris has touched readers throughout America with her thoughtful and provocative memoirs of faith: Dakota: A Spiritual Geography, The Cloister Walk, and Amazing Grace: A Vocabulary of Faith. She is equally admired for her poetry of engagement with the spiritual world and its landscapes. Journey includes poems from three previous books spanning thirty years, along with a generous selection of new work that continues her radically individual celebration of the sacredness of life.
29 Kathleen Raine, The Collected Poems of Kathleen Raine (Washington . Counterpoint, 2001), 115 - 120. 30 31 Edwin Muir (1887 - 1959) was a British visionary poet, novelist and critic. One night in a dream. Reprinted by permission. 32 133 recognition that in the past there are lessons to be learned which pertain to the present.
Journey includes poems from three previous books spanning thirty years, along with a generous selection . Kathleen Norris’s books of poetry include The Middle of the World, Little Girls in Church, and The Astronomy of Love.
Journey includes poems from three previous books spanning thirty years, along with a generous selection of new work that continues her radically individual celebration of the sacredness of life. In addition to her best-selling memoirs (all listed as New York Times Notable Books), her most recent prose works include Quotidian Mysteries: Laundry, Liturgy, and Women’s Work, The Virgin of Bennington (a memoir) and a children’s book on Sts. Benedict and Scholastica (in collaboration with the artist Tomie de Paola) are forthcoming.
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