5 edition of Small ecstasies found in the catalog.
1994 by University of Queensland Press, Distributed in the USA and Canada by International Specialized Book Services in St. Lucia, Qld, Portland, Or .
Written in English
|Series||UQP fiction, UQP paperbacks|
|LC Classifications||PR9619.3.C5954 S63 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||152 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||152|
|LC Control Number||94136840|
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"Ecstasies manages, with extraordinary candor, clarity, grace, and erudition, to steer between lurid sensationalism and dry-as-dust academic drivel, and between purely localized historiography and universalism. This is a big, bold, brilliant book."Cited by: Small ecstasies.
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I met James when he was 62 and I was 26 at the San Francisco Art Institute where he was my graduate advisor. The poet Edward Field when interviewed for the new documentary, BIG JOY: The Adventures of James Broughton says that the poems in ECSTASIES alone should make James famous/5(2).
A full five stars. This book is probably not for everyone, but I found it haunting, fascinating, compelling. The writing is spare, the descriptions lyrical.
It is a rich, complex book exploring the tension between faith and skepticism, truth and deception. The story itself is a mystery, the prose is so tight that it's like unpacking poetry/5. Macro and micro histories converge to present us with insights that have been gained through the agonies and ecstasies of the revolutionary process.
Small Media, Big Revolution provides a theoretically sophisticated and historically informed narrative of a social revolution that needs to be further explored and understood. This book reminded me of what it was like to be out in wilderness all those years with the boys I grew up with.
Remote, scrabbling around in the underbrush wondering where the hell we were exactly, reading topo maps, reveling in the small ecstasies of just a bite of food, made so much more special by the fact that we had toted it on our backs for miles, and know there will be /5.
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Review of The Salt Ecstasies by James L. White. The Salt Ecstasies by James L. White Graywolf Press Re/View Series, Soft, $ Reviewed by James Crews. James L. White’s The Salt Ecstasies, recently re-issued by Graywolf Press for their wonderful new RE/VIEW Series, edited by Mark Doty, is more than just a gay classic; it’s a rich and rare book that Small ecstasies book been out-of.
I would like to read the small book entitled "The Letters and Ecstasies of the Servant of God Gemma Galgani"; and also the other one of the same servant of God entitled "The Holy Hour". I am sure that she, finding my desire right, will obtain them for me. I send my regards and ask for your blessing.
Your Fra Pio.”. A young immigrant’s troubles and ecstasies Ocean Vuong’s debut novel is a testament to the redemptive power of storytelling Published: J Reviewed by Dwight Garner. Jessie Chaffee's novel about a troubled young American woman in Florence is beautiful and exhausting; stick with it, and you'll find a thoughtful reexamination of a classic trope, the American abroad.
THE SOUTH NODE the south node reveals the gifts we bring into this lifetime and our comfort zone. some may experience childhood through the south node leanings. the south node indicates the path our souls have experienced many times, and therefore it brings a sense of familiarity.
By Moya Costello, Published on 01/01/ Publication details. Costello, MSmall ecstasies, University of Queensland Press, Brisbane, : Author: Moya Costello.
The book lacks a framework interpreting the place of properly shamanic elements in ancient religion, whether it be Greek or Celtic.
That Celtic religion and certain Greek and Roman ecstatic cults may owe a lot to shamanic precursors is easy to acknowledge, but these cults and others then took on a life of their own which is certainly more /5(13).
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Adnan writes, 'Contrary to what is usually believed, it is not general ideas and. In Ecstasies: Deciphering the Witches’ Sabbath (, tr. Raymond RosenthalUniversity of Chicago Press), Carlo Ginzburg argues that the practices of medieval witches in Europe, as testified to in the documentary evidence compiled by their persecutors, can best be understood in the light of shamanistic belief systems inherited or borrowed in ancient times.
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