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The salt ecstasies

James L. White

The salt ecstasies

by James L. White

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Published by Graywolf Press in Minneapolis, Minn .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementJames L. White
SeriesGraywolf poetry re/view series, Graywolf re/view series
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPS3573.H4725 S34 2010
The Physical Object
Paginationxx, 63 p. ;
Number of Pages63
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25003961M
ISBN 101555975615
ISBN 109781555975616
LC Control Number2010920767
OCLC/WorldCa456171460

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The powerful and influential last poems of an unsung master, now again available, with a new introduction by National Book Award winner Mark Doty James L. White's The Salt Ecstasies originally published inshortly after White's untimely deathhas earned a reputation for its artful and explicit expression of love and desire/5.

The Salt Ecstasies [White, James L.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Book by White, James L/5(2). The Salt Ecstasies is a new book in the Graywolf Poetry Re/View Series, edited by Doty, dedicated to bringing essential books of contemporary American poetry back into s: 3. Part of the Graywolf Re/View Series, edited by Mark Doty, which aims to bring essential books of contemporary poetry back into print, James White's The Salt Ecstasies presents a collection of poems expressing desire and longing.

White—who died in —kept notebooks which included an autobiographical piece and a poem from ; both have found their way into the re-issue, further. The Salt Ecstasies is a new book in the Graywolf Poetry Re/View Series, edited by Doty, dedicated to bringing essential books of contemporary American poetry back into : Graywolf Press.

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show more/5(). In addition to making The Salt Ecstasies available to a new generation of readers and writers—the book, published posthumously inhas been hard to find outside of libraries—this new edition gives us the chance to reconsider White’s work and legacy beyond that of being a ‘poet’s poet,’ unknown to most and idolized by a rarefied few.

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I can still remember the day I received my. The Salt Ecstasies is really just a beautiful book of poetry, filled with blindingly fierce imagery and destructively skillful writing, but it’s most importantly an honest book, its poems written straight from White’s heart and from his gut, teaching the reader a whole lot about the experience of living in this world.

White came to Minnesota to develop a creative writing program for Chippewa children through the Minnesota Writers in the Schools Program.

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The fourth and final book of poetry by American poet James L. White (). After a career as a ballet dancer he went on to live and teach among the Navajo people in New Mexico and Arizona and later moved to and Minnesota and developed a creative writing project for Chippewa Rating: % positive.Salt is a leading independent trade publisher established in and based in the UK.

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White died of cardiovascular disease on Jat the age of Legacy Influence. White had an influence on many writers as a mentor and friend.