Fb2 Cartography and Walking ePub
by Adam Dickinson
|Publisher:||Brick Books; 1st Edition edition (May 16, 2002)|
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Cartography and Walking - Adam Dickinson.
Cartography and Walking - Adam Dickinson. National Library of Canada Cataloguing in Publication Data. Dickinson, Adam, 1974-. Cartography and walking. We gratefully acknowledge the Canada Council for the Arts, the Government of Canada through the Book Publishing Industry Development Program (BPIDP), and the Ontario Arts Council for their support of our publishing programme. The cover photograph is the work of Bruce Litteljohn.
In Cartography and Walking, Adam Dickinson charts his own listening - an acute listening of eye and ear, a listening with both body and Without you, I have taken to drawing maps on the backs of photographs. On the coast in a raincoat your smile has been dented by a lake, the fluting arms of rivers have made your shoulders look like the bark of birches. In Cartography and Walking, Adam Dickinson charts his own listening - an acute listening of eye and ear, a listening with both body and mind
Adam Dickinson is a Canadian poet
Adam Dickinson is a Canadian poet. A graduate of the University of New Brunswick and the University of Alberta, he teaches English literature at Brock University. Cartography and Walking (2002). Kingdom, Phylum (2006).
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Adam Dickinson, currently a P. Yet though Dickinson did grow up in the Muskoka Lakes region of Ontario, his poetic should not be labeled as a return to Romanticism.
Without you, I have taken to drawing maps on the backs of photographs. On the coast in a raincoat your smile has been dented by a lake, the fluting arms of rivers have made your shoulders look like the bark of birches. from "Cartographer"
In Cartography and Walking, Adam Dickinson charts his own listening -- an acute listening of eye and ear, a listening with both body and mind. "Cartography" is more than a metaphor for him, it's a way of being. It is how we dwell in the world, and how intimacy enriches such dwelling. Yet "cartography" is the presiding metaphor, the structure of this book; in giving it such a place, Dickinson reminds the reader of that very human impulse to plot, to imagine. Each poem is itself a kind of mapping, through language and sound, through minute observation, until land, love, and everyday life are given new embodiment, are newly discovered, and a reader finds new countries in strangely familiar settings.
"There is a generous, ingenious listening in Adam Dickinson's Cartography and Walking -- bats, houses, bears, killdeer, honey kept under the sink, atlases open on a floor. The things seem to become themselves in this hearing. The world the ear holds in these poems is a good place to stand." -- Tim Lilburn
"The supple voice in Adam Dickinson's poetry distills the complexities of emotion and intellect into a clarity of phrasing and metaphor. One hopes for readers who listen half as carefully to the subtleties of his poetry as he listens to the world he evokes. For Adam Dickinson, cartography provides the imaginative contour lines for mapping the features of a colloquy between human experience and the natural world, a world at once familiar and strange, that we call home." -- Ross Leckie