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Writing Across the Landscape – Travel Journals 1960–2013 (Anglais) Relié – Illustré, 20 octobre 2015

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"In often wry and deliciously witty entries, [Ferlinghetti] chronicles his ventures... Readers curious about how Ferlinghetti"s mind works will find this whirlwind ride through Europe and beyond the ultimate vicarious escape, as his anecdotal musings hover over a richly savored life enjoyed without regret or misgivings. The artistic intensity of life suffuses this epic memoir spanning the 'interior monologues' of a gifted American artist." -- Kirkus Reviews, Starred Review "Lawrence Ferlinghetti is one of the legendary spirits of the Beat Generation, but his writings span the decades and now they span the globe. These sketches of some sixty years" travels, composed on the run, are Ferlinghett"s song of the open road, with all the immediacy and tenderness of his beloved landmark poems." -- Sean Wilentz, author of The Rise of American Democracy: Jefferson to Lincoln "[T]his fresh treasure of a book reveals one of the most vivid, soulful, evocative and richly cultured travelers of our time. Here are accounts of Morocco and Mexico-of Los Angeles and the outlines of Heaven and Hell-as wide-awake and invigorating at those of a D.H. Lawrence. Here, too, are some of the sources of the rigorous, original poetry that has already sustained so many generations." -- Pico Iyer "This wide-flung embrace of a collection of travel diaries and new poems will amuse, astonish, disturb, and restore its readers with its deliciously detailed and unsparing compassion. Ferlinghetti is perhaps the last truly brave writer at work in the US today." -- Ann Douglas, Parr Professor Emerita of English and Comparative Literature, Columbia University "If you happened not to be in the back seat when Neal Cassady was bombing across the country on two-lane blacktop, and you missed catching a ride on Kesey's swirling bus, don't worry... To turn these pages is to look over Ferlinghetti's should as he composes his journals and to be in on the sound of his distinctive, rhythmic, low-slung voice." --Billy Collins

"Ferlinghetti move[s] through the decades...in the grip of managed melancholy; a detached and watchful sympathy for the world and its follies." --Iain Sinclair, London Review of Books

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Lawrence Ferlinghetti-legendary poet and best-selling author of Coney Island of the Mind-collects here his six-decade-spanning travel journals. Beginning in 1950 and dramatically traversing the latter half of the twentieth century to the present, Writing Across the Landscape positions Ferlinghetti not only as a seminal poet but also as a major and unique American voice whose heretofore personal writings are now added to the fabric of twentieth-century literary history. Illustrated throughout with facsimile manuscripts and personal sketches, the volume gives glimpses of figures like Jack Kerouac in the '50s, William Burroughs in London, Ezra Pound in Italy, and a young Fidel Castro in Cuba at the dawn of the Revolution. Readers will journey to Mexico, Morocco, Paris, and Rome, as well as to post-Stalinist Russia on a harrowing journey on the Trans-Siberian Express. Embedded with new poems and Ferlinghetti's pyrotechnic prose, Writing Across the Landscape evokes the people, places, and political movements that have shaped our time.

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5,0 sur 5 étoilesA Major Commentary on the Beat Times Through the First Decade of the 21st Century.
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