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The Sound of Listening

Poetry as Refuge and Resistance

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The Sound of Listening by Philip Metres
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The Sound of Listening: Poetry as Refuge and Resistance stakes a claim for the cultural work that poems can perform-from providing refuge to embodying resistance, from recovering silenced voices to imagining and building a more just and peaceful world, in communities of solitude and solidarity. Gathering a decade of writing on poetry after his Behind the Lines: War Resistance Poetry on the American Homefront since 1941 (2007), Philip Metres widens our sense of poetry as a way of being in the world, proposing that poems can offer a permeability to marginalized voices and a shelter from the imperial noise and despair that can silence us. The Sound of Listening ranges between expansive surveys of neglected poetries (the poetry of 9/11, Arab American poetry, documentary poetry, landscape poetry, installation poetry, peace poetry); personal explorations of singular poets such as Adrienne Rich, Khalil Gibran, Lev Rubinstein, and Arseny Tarkovsky; and intimate dialogues with Randa Jarrar, Fady Joudah, and Micah Cavaleri, that illuminate the poet's practice of listening in Sand Opera.

Author Biography

Philip Metres is the author of nine books of poems, translation, and criticism, including Sand Opera (2015) and Pictures at an Exhibition (2016). A recipient of the Lannan Fellowship, two NEAs, two Arab American Book Awards, and the Cleveland Arts Prize, he is professor of English and director of the Peace, Justice, and Human Rights program at John Carroll University in Cleveland, Ohio.
Release date NZ
October 19th, 2018
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Pages
216
Country of Publication
United States
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The University of Michigan Press
ISBN-13
9780472037285
Product ID
28125374

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