Books Like I, I, I by Hayden Carruth | Suggesting Reading

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•  Carruth’s Brothers, I Loved You All: Poems, 1969–1977 (1978) is widely considered to be his best collection of poems. It covers a variety of themes, including the insanity of society, the people and natural environment of Vermont, and the jazz music that he loves.

•  Carruth’s Reluctantly: Autobiographical Essays (1998) is a collection of essays in which the poet discusses with characteristic honesty his suicide attempt, hospitalizations, nervous breakdowns, divorces, and other disappointments, alongside his successes, joys, and creative life.

•  Ralph Metzner’s The Unfolding Self: Varieties of Transformative Experience (1998) is a popular yet scholarly book that uses stories and metaphors to look at the different stages of spiritual growth, bringing sense and order to what for many is a challenging or even frightening experience.

•  The poet William Carlos Williams exercised...

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