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Deeper Than Mind

Written by
Fred Cogswell






114 pages, Paperback
ISBN: 9780888872630
$15.95 CA





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About the Book In Cogswell's cosmology 'the senses help us transform reality, they build the bridges... to end our loneliness.' Yet Cogswell advocates no self-delusion or Ribaudian disordering of the senses. His unassuming poems strive for an equilibrium between human sensations and the things neglected by the poets from the urban centres. The senses in Cogswell's poems carry reflections to and from the venerated, they are alert and self-taxing.




About the Author Fred Cogswell
Recently awarded the Alden Nowlan Award for excellence in English-language literature by the New Brunswick Legislative Assembly, Fred Cogswell is widely known as once editor of The Fiddlehead and publisher of Fiddlehead Poetry Books, as a leading Canadian Poet and critic, and as a translator, including The Complete Poems of Emile Nelligan. His own poetry has been much published and translated abroad.





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