Deconstructing Anthropocentrism: The Poetry of Gary Snyder and W. S. Merwin.pdf

Deconstructing Anthropocentrism: The Poetry of Gary Snyder and W. S. Merwin PDF

Barış Ağır

Meditating on the works of contemporary American poets and environmental activists Gary Snyder and W. S. Merwin, Barış Ağır explores the traces of two central cultures, the American Indian and Buddhism, in Snyders and Merwins poetics. The book culminates in a discussion of these poets new mythic sense derived from non-Western origin which ultimately deconstructs the anthropocentric ethics and values of Western culture. Barış Ağır is an Assistant Professor of English Literature at Osmaniye Korkut Ata University, Turkey.

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Sofi Voighua

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Mattio Mazios

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Noe Schulzzo

for new work in poetry in 2010, the Ted Hughes Society was formed in 2011 ... 2001), Wendell Berry (1934–), W.S. Merwin (1927–) and Gary Snyder. (1930–), all ... "Gary Snyder's Surfside Sūtra: 'On Vulture Peak,' Jack Kerouac, and Mahāyāna ... of twentieth century American poets (Lowell, Rich, James Merrill, W.S. Merwin, ... In turning away from the anthropocentric Western poetic (...

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Jason Statham

A documentary film made in 1997 by Larry Cameron and John Carpenter about the emergence of W.S. Merwin's environmental consciousness. ...American poets and environmental activists Gary Snyder and W. S. Merwin Barış Ağır explores the traces of two central cultures the American Indian and Buddhism in Snyder's and Merwin's poetics.

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Jessica Kolhmann

1.2 Taoist Aesthetic Features in Snyder’s Poetry . Gary Snyder had practiced in Rinzai, a Japanese temple belonging to Zen. At the same time, Gary Snyder was enthusing about Lao Tzu’s “The Tao Te Ching” and had a deep American-style experience of Laozi and Zhuangzi culture, advocating the appreciation of nature and “do nothing In Snyder's translations and contemporaneous original poetry, Buddhist poetics mingle with American conceptions of wilderness. Chapter Three shows how Snyder's Buddhism was influenced by Anglophone writers such as D.T. Suzuki and Alan Watts, and argues that from the late 1960s Snyder aimed to Americanize Buddhism as ideas of localism became