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Divine Comedy: Journeys Through a Regional Geography: Three New Worksby John Kinsella
Synopses & Reviews
A three-part, epic work challenging our notions about the environment by Australia's preeminent poet of the natural world. Consisting of , , and , John Kinsella's "distractions" on Dante's journey through time and space. Set in a wheat-belt Western Australia, these poems are a phantasmagoria of the real and imagined, depicting nature in its full regalia, resisting forces of environmental damage and human indifference.
"One of the most original and poignantly authentic poets writing in English."--Harold Bloom
About the Author
John Kinsellais a Fellow of Churchill College, Cambridge University, and was a professor of English at Kenyon College in Ohio. He moves between Australia, Britain, and the United States.
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