Another Place : An Ecocritical Study of Selected Western American Poets.
- Fort Worth : Texas Christian University Press, 2002.
1 online resource (361 pages)
- American poetry -- West (U.S.) -- History and criticism.
American poetry -- 20th century -- History and criticism.
Poets, American -- Homes and haunts -- West (U.S.).
Place (Philosophy) in literature.
Wilderness areas in literature.
Landscapes in literature.
Ecology in literature.
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Chapter One. Sand, Wind, and Buttes: Peggy Pond Church's Lifetime Love Affair with the Desert Southwest
Chapter Two. Hootin' and Hollerin' in the Rocky Mountain West: Cowboy Poetry, the Land, and the Modern Reader
Chapter Three. A Terrible Beauty: The Alaskan Wilderness and the Poetry of John Haines
Chapter Four. Dispossessed: The Poetic Inferno of Adrian C. Louis
Chapter Five. Surf, Rivers, and Salmon: The Northwest in the Poetry of Richard Hugo
Chapter Six: California as the World in the Poetry of Jane Hirshfield
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- Print version: Elkins, Andrew Another Place
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