The poems inHummingbird Sleep move associatively
between Coleman Barks's personal experience and his extensive
reading, weaving together a wild and eclectic range of material. A
discussion of Plotinus, Barks's appearance on PBS
NewsHour, a note Keats once left on Wordsworth's
mantelpiece, a splinter in the heel, and a quote from the
Upanishads-all make their way into Barks's most recent poems, which
achieve intimacy and expansiveness at the same time.
Subjects: Language & Literature
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