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What Light Can Do Robert Hass proves he can apply his mastery of the evocative image in a few words to the wide breadth of human experience Hass has been one of the Poet Laureates of the United States, a prolific translator of haiku the good ones , and a stellar poet in his own right Field Guide was my first introduction to his work Now he collects his finely crafted essay I ve always loved the poetry of Robert Hass, I have his Apple Trees at Olema though I had never read any of his essays Now, this is rapidly becoming one of my favourite books on Kindle and I m buying a hard copy to read and re read and underline and scribble in the margins it s that kind of book What he says, and the way he says it, makes it a must read.In a week when Sharon Olds won the TS Eliot prize for poetry I re read an essay sub titled Poor Monkeys and the White Business in the I ve always loved the poetry of Robert Hass, I have his Apple Trees at Olema though I had never read any of his essays Now, this is rapidly becoming one of my favourite books on Kindle and I m buying a hard copy to read and re read and unde Robert Hass, professor and lecturer at Cal Berkeley, is the kind of guy I could sit and listen to forever, if his essays are any indication He puts the well in read by that I mean he s deep As you would expect, many of these essays treat on poetry and poets Wallace Stevens, Allen Ginsberg, Ernesto Cardenal, Robinson Jeffers, Ko Un, Czeslaw Milosz, Walt Whitman, etc But just as many have to do with prose writers Cormac McCarthy, Maxine Hong Kingston, Mary Austin, Jack London, and Robert Hass, professor and lecturer at Cal Berkeley, is the kind of guy I could sit and listen to forever, if his essays are any indication He puts the well in read by that I mean he s deep As you would expect, many of these essays treat on poetry and poets Wallace Stevens, Allen Ginsberg, Ernesto Cardenal, Robinson Jeffers, Ko Un, Czeslaw Milosz, Walt Whitman, etc But just as many have to do with prose writers Cormac McCarthy, Maxine Hong Kingston, Mary Austin, Jack London, 1000 times yes. An excellent book of essays covering everything from poetry, to photography, to the Cormac McCarthy Borders trilogy, to the protest of the cutting down of oak trees at the University of Berkeley campus Throug I can t recommend this highly enough As much as what Hass writes about how he writes is fascinating His essay on Howl is written in the voice of a beat poet His insights observations are acute, refresh Universally Lauded Poet Robert Hass Offers A Stunning, Wide Ranging Collection Of Essays On Art, Imagination, And The Natural World With Accompanying Photos Throughout.What Light Can Do Is A Magnificent Companion Piece To The Former U.S Poet Laureate S Pulitzer Prize And National Book Award Winning Poetry Collection, Time And Materials, As Well As His Earlier Book Of Essays, The NBCC Award Winner Twentieth Century Pleasures Haas Brilliantly Discourses On Many Of His Favorite Topics On Writers Ranging From Jack London To Wallace Stevens To Allen Ginsberg To Cormac McCarthy On California And On The Art Of Photography In Several Memorable Pieces In What Light Can Do, A Remarkable Literary Treasure That Might Best Be Described As Luminous. There are so many undercurrents and connections beyond what is just on the surface in these essays, which make for rigorous and delightful reading. Remarkably astute essayist who varies is essays to suit their subjects This collection draws me to want to readof his work. Brilliant.Poet, philosopher, acute observer of the unseen, Hass is the type of writer I long to find in my reading What a gift.These essays are brilliant Literature, photography, poetry, the natural world come alive in a totally refreshing and nuanc


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