7 edition of A suit of nettles found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||PR9199.3.R4 S9 1975|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxii, 54 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||54|
|LC Control Number||76356883|
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`A Suit of Nettles by James Reaney is a strange chimera of a book, equal parts Edmund Spenser (the craft), Hillaire Belloc (the wit), and olde tyme county fair (the mood). At once a formally rigorous and imaginatively capricious, A Suit of Nettles is a weird and wonderful achievement.' (Paul Vermeersch OpenBook Toronto)Author: James Reaney.
A new edition of James Reaney's classic long poem which has been described, variously, as the toughest and funniest, most literary and most serious long poem in English-Canadian literature' (Germaine Warkentin) and conversely as whimsical self-indulgence' (W.
Keith). "A Suit of Nettles" won the Governor General's award for poetry in /5. A new edition of James Reaney's classic long poem which has been described, variously, as `the toughest and funniest, most literary and most serious long poem in English-Canadian literature' (Germaine Warkentin) and conversely as `whimsical self-indulgence' (W.
Keith). A Suit of Nettles won the Governor General's award for poetry in /5(6). The title of A Suit of Nettles was inspired by a German fairy tale. Seven suits of nettles are woven by the sister of seven brothers who have been changed into swans. When the time comes for the. Genre/Form: Canadian poetry: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Reaney, James.
Suit of nettles. Toronto: Macmillan Co. of Canada, (OCoLC) Additional Physical Format: Online version: Reaney, James. Suit of nettles. Erin, Ont.: Press Porcépic, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors. ‘A Suit of Nettles by James Reaney is a strange chimera of a book, equal parts Edmund Spenser (the craft), Hillaire Belloc (the wit), and olde tyme county fair (the mood).
At once a formally rigorous and imaginatively capricious, A Suit of Nettles is a weird and wonderful achievement.’ —Paul Vermeersch, OpenBook Toronto.
Buy A Suit of Nettles from A new edition of James Reaney’s classic long poem which has been described, variously, as the toughest and funniest, most literary and most serious long poem in English-Canadian literature’ (Germaine Warkentin) and conversely as whimsical self-indulgence’ (W.
Keith). “A Suit of Nettles won the Governor Generals award for poetry in Price: $ Germaine Warkentin on A Suit of Nettles Germaine Warkentin, Professor Emeritus of English at the University of Toronto, presented this paper on James Reaney’s A Suit of Nettles on January 7, at the th Annual Conference of the Modern Language Association in Los Angeles, California.
It is reproduced here by permission of the author. A Suit of Nettles book launch Thank you all for coming to our launch for the new edition of A Suit of Nettles on May Special thanks to London actor Jeff Culbert, for capturing the spirit of the geese characters, and to Richard Stingle, long-time friend and colleague of James Reaney, for his thoughts about the poem and the poet.
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The British author claims a butterfly's ideal garden should contain swathes of stinging nettles. A Suit of Nettles Jeffery Donaldson ISBN ‘The superbly crafted and enthusiastically recommended poems comprising Wayne Clifford’s The Book of Were are based on old engravings representing were-animals and were-folk, changelings at the edges of our known worlds and ordinary lives.
One very nice touch is the inclusion of. The pond was at the bottom of a hill and unbeknownst to us, a nettle bush had fallen into the pond and all of its nettles had dispersed throughout.
We were covered in stinging nettles. A SUIT OF NETTLES: These engravings were commissioned by the Porcupine's Quill Press for the book "A Suit of Nettles" () by James Reaney. (These titles do not always coincide with their use in the book.) "Necking" will be on the cover and is 5 x 3 inches and is an edition of James Reaney lived in London, Ontario until his death in June He is the author of many experimental plays for children and adults, short stories, a children’s novel, a non-fiction book on the national tour of The Donnelly Trilogy, a good many important essays and several volumes of poetry, best known and loved of which are A Suit of Nettles and 12 Letters to a Small Town.
The idea is not a new one either- nettles have been used in food, fabrics and even medicines as far back as the 16th century. Some notable properties of nettle fabric: Despite it’s armored exterior, the fibers inside are surprisingly ideal for textile production. The fibers are pliable and a good length to be spun into yarn.
The best time to harvest nettles is the first few weeks after they come up in the spring, before they grow to be a foot tall. Wearing gloves, pick the first two or three pairs of leaves from the tops of plants. Carefully place nettles into a paper or plastic bag for transport.
Surely, this introduction to the poet’s oeuvre will go some way towards rectifying that. The distilled essence in this volume is powerfully heady stuff; one can take additional pleasure in the fact that Reaney’s book-length poem, A Suit of Nettles, is due to be published in early by The Porcupine’s Quill.
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