Search Results: 'Robinson Jeffers'

Search

×
×
×
×
3 results for "Robinson Jeffers"
Garrapata: Big Sur's Best-Kept Secret By B. Clay Shannon
Hardcover: $258.00
Ships in 6-8 business days.
"Garrapata: Big Sur's Best-Kept Secret" is a volume of (mostly seascape) photography paired with poetry (my own and others), quotations, or description.
Kratos By Jonathan Bowden
Paperback: $14.54
Ships in 3-5 business days
KRATOS deals with the subject of psychopathia and is the author’s treatment of this theme. It involves dream sequences, monologue, phantasy and the elaboration of a wolfish purpose. Could it... More > turn out to be a rendering of Lombroso’s theories about crime? It is accompanied by three additional stories. ORIGAMI BLUEBEARD, which concerns love across the generations which freezes into gelignite. GRIMALDI’S LEO has to be an altogether lighter work which evaluates the doctrine of ‘animal liberation’ from the perspective of a travelling circus. NAPALM BLONDE, the final tale in our quartet, must be considered as an attempted return to Greek tragedy.< Less
The Fanatical Pursuit of Purity By Jonathan Bowden
Paperback: $14.50
Ships in 3-5 business days
The Fanatical Pursuit of Purity is a Gesamtkunstwerk or attempt at a total art-work in the Wagnerian tradition. It prefigures a puppet-stage or toy-theatre within which the lead character or... More > marionette, Phosphorous Cool, has his circumference. Into this world other dolls - Mastodon Helix, Heathcote Dervish and Warlock Splendour Thomas - nimbly trip and spin. All of this finds itself punctuated by a third dimension or alternative space. It proves to be the unconscious or dream-space inhabited by these exercises in a macabre pantomime. This rival or extending narrative brings back our wooden figurines as part of an alternative Victoriana. It deals with Stephen Knight’s analysis of Jack the Ripper and a variant on Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein - even James Whale’s film starring Boris Karloff. Mr Bowden believes in the creation of a separate world as art’s real purpose. It goes without saying that the result is ‘politically incorrect!’.< Less