Provoked in Venice

Provoked in Venice

eBook - 1999
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In these powerfully conceived and understated poems, Mark Rudman asks how culture is created and shared, and how historical events and figures are known through direct experiences of place. The title Provoked in Venice alludes to the structure of the book, wherein a trip to Italy becomes the catalyst for a meditative view of the convergence of imagination, history, and the 20th-century attempt to recover them both. The narrator enters the maze of Venice like a contemporary Dante guided only by the voice of the "rider"-interlocuter. Rich in allusions to literature, film, and the past, this final volume of the trilogy will engage and sustain all mental travelers.
Publisher: [Middletown, Conn.] : Wesleyan University Press ; Hanover, N.H. : University Press of New England, [1999]
Copyright Date: ©1999
ISBN: 9780819572202
Characteristics: 1 online resource (x, 202 pages).
Additional Contributors: ebrary, Inc

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