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by Ralph O. Cunningham

eBook Mirrors of memory: poetry and prose / by Ralph Cunningham ePub
Author: Ralph O. Cunningham
Language: English
ISBN: 0973839295
ISBN13: 978-0973839296
Publisher: Multicultural Books (February 28, 2006)
Pages: 92
Category: Poetry
Subcategory: Literature
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 142
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ePub file: 1601 kb
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Mirrors of Memory book.

Mirrors of Memory book.

Ralph O. Cunningham has published three books: Lovesongs and Others by Fiddlehead Poetry Books, and No Continuing City and Mirrors of Memory by Multicultural Books. He can describe the mundane as when he calls up the drugstore’s scream of fever’s colours in ways that make it seem super-mundane. But his main goal is to heal the wound of existence caused by time.

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Poetry And Prose, by Ralph Cunningham. by Ralph O. Cunningham. Published February 28, 2006 by Multicultural Books.

Cunningham's poetry did not bring him great fame, but this unfortunate state of affairs can be explained

Cunningham's poetry did not bring him great fame, but this unfortunate state of affairs can be explained. Cunningham's prose efforts also include Woe or Wonder, which Spectator contributor Patrick Cosgrave described as "one of the few great (I chose the word very carefully) volumes of Shakespearian criticism. Geoffrey H. Hartman, in a piece for Poetry magazine, praised Woe or Wonder for looking realistically at Shakespeare's plays rather than trying to find hidden meanings in them.

by Ralph O. Cunningham espouses the traditional and staunchly Christian views of the 20thcentury in his verse and prose. Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9780973839296. Release Date:February 2006.

Read various fiction books with us in our e-reader. The Anniversary Or Poetry And Prose for Mdcccxxix. Robert Burns And Allan Cunningham. Authors: Robert Burns And Allan Cunningham. Categories: Nonfiction.

Allan Cunningham (7 December 1784 – 30 October 1842) was a Scottish poet and author. He was born at Keir, near Dalswinton, Dumfries and Galloway, and first worked as a stonemason's apprentice. His father was a neighbour of Robert Burns at Ellisland, and Allan with his brother James visited James Hogg, the "Ettrick shepherd", who became a friend to both. Cunningham's other brothers were the naval surgeon Peter Miller Cunningham (1789–1864) and the poet, Thomas Mounsey Cunningham (1776–1834).

Стр. 98 - On either side of the fire-place there are shelves filled with books of reference, chiefly, of course, folios ; but except these, there are no books save the contents of a light gallery which runs round three sides of the room, and is reached by a hanging stair of carved oak in one corner. There are only two portraits - an original of the beautiful and melancholy head of Claverhouse (Bonny Dundee), and a small full-length of Rob Ro.

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Whereas many of us in the early 21stC are neo-traditionalists, neo-classicists, or neo-romantics ... Mr. Cunningham, a 74-year old senior, is still a 20thC modernist in style & temper, although the values he espouses are traditional & staunchly Christian. Apart from underlining the eclectic publishing philosophy of MBooks, it may be said, in defense of this publication, that all of us learnt a lot from the modernists ... this is so in this case. Although his style often resembles 'bad' writing, Cunningham's verse & prose often sing with real rhythm, are often musical, and display on occasion an intense and moving lyricism which is at its best in short lyrics such as "Autumnal" (page 20). I insist that his style is for the experienced poetry-lover who can bring to it the intellectual apparatus with which he can make sense of it & enjoy it ...
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