Gary Snyder

Gary Snyder
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Gary
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Snyder

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Mountains and Rivers Without End

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Begun in Berkeley on April 8, 1956, Gary Snyder’s Mountains and Rivers without End is an epic of geology, prehistory, and mythology. The poems travel beyond Western traditions to encompass Asian art and drama, Native American performance and storytelling, and Snyder’s own practice of Zen Buddhism.

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Mountains and Rivers Without End

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Paperback Book

Begun in

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Real Work

Interviews and Talks 1964 - 1979
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Paperback Book

The Real Work is the second volume of Gary Snyder's prose to be published by New Directions.

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Earth House Hold

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Paperback Book

Gary Snyder exemplifies the very best of a certain current of sixties countercultural life and thought. The key's in the combination of the two.

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Practice of the Wild

Essays
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Featuring a new introduction by Robert Hass, the nine captivatingly meditative essays inThe Practice of the Wild display the deep understanding and wide erudition of Gary Snyder in the ways of Buddhist belief, wildness, wildlife, and the world.

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Riprap and Cold Mountain Poems

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Paperback Book

In 1958, Gary Snyder’s first book of poems, Riprap, was published by Origin Press in a beautiful paperbound edition stitched Japanese-style. Around that time Snyder published his translations of Chinese poet Han-Shan’s Cold Mountain Poems in the sixth issue of The Evergreen Review.

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Turtle Island

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Paperback Book

Turtle Island is Gary Snyder’s most popular collection of poetry and short essays (having sold over 120,000 copies since its Pulitzer Prize–winning publication in 1975).

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Axe Handles

Poems
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Paperback Book

InAxe Handles Mr. Snyder reveals the roots of community in the family and explores the transmission of cultural values and knowledge.
In making the handle of an axe by cutting wood with an axe the model is indeed near at hand." In exploring this axiom of Lu Ji's, Gary Snyder continues:

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Back Country

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Paperback Book

A reaffirmation of a back country of the spirit." Kirkus Reviews

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Back On The Fire

Essays
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Paperback Book

Following The Practice of the Wild and A Place in Space, this new collection of essays by dharma poet Gary Snyder blazes with insight.

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Distant Neighbors

The Selected Letters of Wendell Berry and Gary Snyder
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Paperback Book

In 1969 Gary Snyder returned from a long residence in Japan to northern California, to a homestead in the Sierra foothills where he intended to build a house and settle on the land with his wife and young sons. He had just published his first book of essays, Earth House Hold.

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Dooby Lane

Also Known as Guru Road, A Testament Inscribed in Stone Tablets by DeWayne Williams
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Hardcover Book

If left alone, what might a place say? If we must leave it, what must we leave behind? Guru Road, Dooby Lane.

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Etiquette of Freedom

Gary Snyder, Jim Harrison, and The Practice of the Wild
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Paperback Book

Gary Snyder here joins his old friend, novelist Jim Harrison, to discuss their loves and lives and what has become of them throughout the years.

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Gary Snyder

Collected Poems (LOA #357)
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Hardcover Book

The first collected edition ofan essential, Pulitzer Prize-winningBeat poet,theindispensable voice whose deep ecological vision and Buddhist spiritualitygrowsmore relevantwith each passingdecade

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Great Clod

Notes and Memoirs on Nature and History in East Asia
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Throughout his remarkable career, Gary Snyder has continued his study of Eastern culture and philosophies.

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He Who Hunted Birds in His Father's Village

The Dimensions of a Haida Myth, With a Foreword by Richard Bringhurst and a New Afterword by the Author
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