Gary Snyder

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Nativitas: 8 Maii 1930; Franciscopolis (California)
Patria: Civitates Foederatae Americae

Officium

Munus: Poëta, Interpres, Scriptor, trade unionist
Patronus: Universitas Californiensis

Memoria

Laurae: John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship, Bollingen Prize, Pulitzer Prize for Poetry, PEN Oakland/Josephine Miles Literary Award, Bollingen Prize, American Book Awards

Gary Snyder (natus 8 Maii 1930) est litteratus Americanus. Fortasse notissimus poeta saepe cum Aetate Prostrata et Renascentia Franciscopolis consociatus, etiam est scriptor commentariorum, lector, et agitator de circumiectu. Descriptus est "poeta laureatus oecologiae profundae."[1][2]) Snyder Praemium Pulitzeranum pro Poesi et Praemium Librorum Americanum accepit. Opus Snyderanum, variis partes agens, immersionem in spiritualitate Buddhistica et natura monstrat. Snyder litteras e Mandarinica, Iaponica hodierna, et haicu in Anglicam convertit. Multos annos professor in Universitate Californiensi fuit, et in Concilio Artium Californiano ad tempus meruit.

Snyder ipse dixit: "Vocabulum beat [prostratum] ad minorem scriptorum gregem, . . . proximum circa Allen Ginsberg et Iacobum Kerouac gregem, cum Gregorio Corso nonnullisque aliis melius adhibetur. Multi e nobis . . . in numero categoriae Renascentiae Franciscopolis sumus. . . . Beat tamen definiri potest certus animi status . . . et aliquamdiu in illo animo eram."[3][4]

Opera[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Myths & Texts (1960)
  • Six Sections from Mountains and Rivers Without End (1965)
  • The Back Country (1967)
  • Riprap and Cold Mountain Poems (1959)
  • Regarding Wave (1969)
  • Earth House Hold (1969)
  • Turtle Island (1974)
  • The Old Ways (1977)
  • He Who Hunted Birds in His Father's Village: The Dimensions of a Haida Myth (1979)
  • The Real Work: Interviews & Talks 1964-1979 (1980)
  • Axe Handles (1983)
  • Passage Through India (1983)
  • Left Out in the Rain (1988)
  • The Practice of the Wild (1990)
  • No Nature: New and Selected Poems (1992)
  • A Place in Space (1995)
  • Narrator libri auditorii Kazuaki Tanahashi Moon in a Dewdrop ex Dōgen Shōbōgenzō
  • Mountains and Rivers Without End (1996)
  • The Gary Snyder Reader: Prose, Poetry, and Translations (1999)
  • The High Sierra of California, cum Tom Killion (2002)
  • Danger on Peaks (2005)
  • Back on the Fire: Essays (2007)
  • Tamalpais Walking, cum Tom Killion (2009)
  • The Etiquette of Freedom, cum Iacobo Harrison (2010), pellicula a Gulielmo Hearst facta, ex libro Pauli Ebenkamp

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Anglice: "poet laureate of Deep Ecology."
  2. Petr Kopecký (2006), "Nature Writing in American Literature: Inspirations, Interrelations, and Impacts of California Authors on the Deep Ecology Movement," The Trumpeter 22(2), ISSN 0832-6193.
  3. Anglice: "The term Beat is better used for a smaller group of writers . . . the immediate group around Allen Ginsberg and Jack Kerouac, plus Gregorius Corso and a few others. Many of us . . . belong together in the category of the San Francisco Renaissance. . . . Still, beat can also be defined as a particular state of mind . . . and I was in that mind for a while."
  4. The Columbia History of American Poetry (1993) by Jay Parini and Brett Candlish Millier ISBN 0-231-07836-6

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