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Poet-essayist Kenneth Rexroth (1905-1982) was a high-school dropout, disillusioned ex-Communist, pacifist, anarchist, rock-climber, critic and translator, mentor, Catholic-Buddhist spiritualist and a prominent figure of San Francisco's Beat scene. He is regarded as a central figure of the San Francisco Renaissance and is among the first American poets to explore traditional Japanese forms such as the haiku.
The poetry is exceptional, and, though the book has the mustiness of an old archive, the service was excellent.Published 11 months ago by Stephanie h.
The poems are brief, only a few lines. The language is subtle and restrained and the works are concise, intense and moving. Read morePublished 14 months ago by microbe
This book is about feelings :) . You don't need to enjoy poems to understand them. Very lovely :) .I like it a lot.Published 19 months ago by INGRID NAHUE
What can I say...I LOVE this book! It's jammed packed with broken hearted sad love poems, and also up lifting joyful poetry. Read morePublished on May 19, 2011 by JMSpolj