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Poetic Geometries 09/29/15, via Boston Review

Before one picks up the book and opens it, she knows in advance some semblance of what it contains: a white whale and a captain so bent on revenge he will sacrifice his entire crew in the vain attempt to wreck his anger back upon it. But for Ahab

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The Daley family plumbs local underwater history 09/28/15, via The Ellsworth American

The Daleys are certified divers in addition to their day jobs — he as vice principal and athletic director at Narraguagus High School in Harrington, and she as director of special education in Milo. The two, who are The Daleys are preparing to

SJSU Legacy of Poetry Day 2012 - Adrienne Rich Tribute: Neli Moody

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V3glzjaYhmg

Neli Moody is a writer and a lecturer at San Jose State University. "After Altamira", published by Ishmael Reed Publishing Company, is her first published.

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Diving Into the Wreck

Diving Into the Wreck

Published by W. W. Norton 2015

ISBN 0393346013,9780393346015
62 pages

In her seventh book of poetry, the author searches to reclaim what has been forgotten, lost, or unexplored.


Poetic Geometries - Boston Review

To call Moby-Dick an introduction to the varying qualities of obsession qualifies as profound understatement. Before one picks up the book and opens it, she knows in advance some semblance of what it contains: a white whale and a captain so bent on revenge he will sacrifice his entire crew in the vain attempt to wreck his anger back upon it. But for those... Obsession contains layers, depths that rise up to become surface, and, shattered by attention, reveal a deeper deep beneath. To lend to Ahab—perhaps the most infamously obsessive of character in American literature—the full complexity of the drive that so deeply marks him is to trust that obsession hurtles past mere monomania, mere egomania, and cannot be simply... Obsession here runs afoul of the categories that should contain it. Ahab, whose “torn body and gashed soul bled into one another. and so interfusing, made him mad,” suffers a collision of opposites grown confounded—body and soul, mind and heart, and even, in stranger, more subtle ways, the enunciated pronoun “I” and one’s given name. Obsession stirs up the lees of such primary bewilderment. And so stirred up, that same bewilderment requires obsession to give order to phenomena remarkably resistant to categorization. To read Moby-Dick by its own light—and we must keep in mind that it is a novel about pursuing illumination—is to find ourselves obsessed with the nature of obsession. Never an end in itself, obsession dislocates us in ways a whaler himself is dislocated: a point on a surface of indefinite depth and breadth, a sentient mark, a feeling pip, immersed in the very element of experience without yet having a word to... Then we are—as is Ishmael, as is Ahab, as is every man aboard the Pequod —a constituent of chaos. What may fascinate so deeply in Moby-Dick —perhaps the reason it is among those novels most notoriously left unfinished by those who begin it—is a demand hidden within it that we re-school ourselves, a hint that we have not mastered what we assume... What we tend to be unskilled at is precisely what Moby-Dick demands—that against the order language imposes on the experience it narrates we must find a way to let chaos back in. We must admit what is hardest to admit, that the very system of... To read chaotically admits to our condition upon the sea: held up by an element we cannot grasp. So of meaning, of word, of thought, and so of experience—they are, like water to a sailor at sea, everywhere and nowhere at once. Against Captain Peleg’s weary suggestion that Ishmael can see all the world from any place he stands—“nothing but water, considerable horizon though”—chaos returns us to a capacity for wonder. Inclusive as it may be of spectacle and all that in the whale fishery marks it as unique, it also redirects our attention back to those minute differences within sameness itself—as if in the blankness of the page, as on the blankness of the white... Or both book and whale escape. What we tend to be unskilled at is precisely what Moby-Dick demands—that against the order language imposes we must find a way to let chaos back in. . Absurd, and yet it feels right: to imagine the book and its hundreds of pages as ocean-like, if... It puts us in a whaling frame of mind: read the surface so as to gain sense of what below it lies. So fated is Moby-Dick as a text—in the sense that Ishmael’s narration of it occurs after the events described, and so time subtly is turned backwards, moving ahead only into what has already occurred—that one feels that to read it truly one must... Chaos seems composed of those depths that compromise the methods used to.

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Last Titanic lunch menu, saved by survivor, fetches $88,000 at auction - 10/02/15, via abc13.com

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Titanic’s last lunch menu which was saved by a fleeing first-class passenger sells for £58,000 - 10/02/15, via Daily Mail

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  1. Diving into the Wreck | Academy of American Poets Diving into the Wreck. Author Adrienne Rich. Publisher W. W. Norton ... alone aboard a "sun-flooded schooner," slowly descends into the ocean looking for a certain ...
  2. Diving into the Wreck - Shmoop: Homework Help, Teacher ... "Diving into the Wreck" is an amazing adventure. In this poem, Adrienne Rich takes us on a spooky underwater voyage. Sea creatures, sunken treasure, ...
  3. Diving into the Wreck | Academy of American Poets ... the Vietnam War, and her own personal distress that Rich wrote Diving into the Wreck, ... Since then, Rich has published numerous collections, ...
That Was the Year That Was - 1976
That Was the Year That Was - 1976
It saw the birth of punk and the death of Chairman Mao, it was a time when Britain was at its financial peak, even though the country was bailed out by the International Monetary Fund. 1976 Inflation continues to be a problem around the world. Concorde enters service and cuts transatlantic flying time to 3 1/2 hours. One year after Microsoft is formed Apple is formed by Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak. Nadia Comaneci scores the first ever perfect score in Gymnastics. In South Africa Riots in Soweto on June 16th mark the beginning of the end of apartheid. In music the first of the Punk Bands appear The Damned release New Rose classified as Punk Rock Music. It was the year in which Harold Wilson resigned and Jimmy Carter became US President, a space probe landed on Mars. These were simpler times - fear of crime was low, people were less suspicious of others, and "traffic flowed freely and, by and large, British Rail was just wonderful". There were fewer lager louts and it...
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Goat Island Purakanui (Mapoutahi Pa)
Goat Island Purakanui (Mapoutahi Pa)
The New Zealand Railways Magazine, Volume 13, Issue 11 1939 Mapoutahi Pa (Goat Island Blueskin Bay)The Massacre at Mapoutahi Pa The Story of a Southern Maori Inter-Tribal War Before The Coming of the Pakeha (By R. K. McFarlane.) Legend and tradition have enriched the North Island of New Zealand with a wealth of knowledge concerning the history of the Maori before the advent of the white man. On the other hand there is perhaps not so much tradition connected with the southern Maori which enables us to follows his doings before the pakeha came. This is due chiefly to the fact that the Maoris colonised the southern part of New Zealand a long time after their first arrival, and then only very sparsely on account of the more rigorous climate. Then again, it is on record that the southern Maori was several times almost exterminated by his overpowering northern brother. Although little Maori history about Dunedin is known, tradition has recorded for us two outstanding episodes. Both are...
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Goat Island Blueskin Bay
Goat Island Blueskin Bay
The New Zealand Railways Magazine, Volume 13, Issue 11 1939 Mapoutahi Pa (Goat Island Blueskin Bay)The Massacre at Mapoutahi Pa The Story of a Southern Maori Inter-Tribal War Before The Coming of the Pakeha (By R. K. McFarlane.) Legend and tradition have enriched the North Island of New Zealand with a wealth of knowledge concerning the history of the Maori before the advent of the white man. On the other hand there is perhaps not so much tradition connected with the southern Maori which enables us to follows his doings before the pakeha came. This is due chiefly to the fact that the Maoris colonised the southern part of New Zealand a long time after their first arrival, and then only very sparsely on account of the more rigorous climate. Then again, it is on record that the southern Maori was several times almost exterminated by his overpowering northern brother. Although little Maori history about Dunedin is known, tradition has recorded for us two outstanding episodes. Both are...
Photo by Alpat on Flickr
Diving Into The Wreck: Poems 1971-1972 By Rich, Adrienne Published By ...
Diving Into The Wreck: Poems 1971-1972 By Rich, Adrienne Published By ...
Start by marking “Diving into the Wreck (Diving Universe, #1)” as ...
Start by marking “Diving into the Wreck (Diving Universe, #1)” as ...
diving into the wreck interior illustration for interzone magazine 252
diving into the wreck interior illustration for interzone magazine 252

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