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In The Long Walk, the poet, philosopher, and musician Jan Zwicky offers passionate witness to an environmental cataclysm whose unraveling is already underway.Both abstract and deeply personal, these poems acknowledge the limited terms of the human condition and detail the imprint of a life lived amidst the streams and trails, the mud, gravel, and grass of the prairie earth. Beholding the infinite depths of human appetite, the aggressive extravagance of modern life, and the ever-present reminders of steps not taken,The Long Walk mourns and celebrates the unorthodox, keening beauty of the world and our place within it.
Number of Pages: 77
Genre: Poetry, Literary Collections
Publisher: Univ of Regina Pr
Author: Jan Zwicky
Street Date: October 1, 2016
Item Number (DPCI): 248-38-0962
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