Gary Snyder | Critical Essay by Thomas W. Pew, Jr.

This literature criticism consists of approximately 2 pages of analysis & critique of Gary Snyder.
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Critical Essay by Thomas W. Pew, Jr.

Gary Snyder comes to The Real Work having accomplished some very real work himself….

The titles of these interviews hint at some of the directions his work has taken. From "Landscape of Consciousness" through "The Zen of Humanity" and "Tracking Down the Natural Man," on to "The Bioregional Ethic," these talks with Snyder form the author's first non-poetry collection since Earth House Hold (1969).

For those readers who are arriving at Snyder for the first time The Real Work is an ideal introduction; for readers familiar with his poetry and previous prose work it is a refreshing collection of his clear thinking and unique sense of our particular time and place.

Snyder, like a handful of other writers since Carl Jung, has discovered the similarities of myth, religion, and his own personal dream content as well...

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