Grounding a World: Essays on the Work of Kenneth White


16 essays on the work of Kenneth White, edited by Gavin Bowd, Charles Forsdick and Norman Bissell.

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This is the first comprehensive analysis in the English language of the work of Kenneth White, Scottish poet, essayist and teacher who lives in France. These essays follow him on his journeys to different countries and explore the intellectual pathways that brought him to found a new world outlook in geopoetics. A highly accessible introduction to geopoetics and his work.

Alba Editions, imprint of the Scottish Centre for Geopoetics, first edition, paperback, new, 226 pages
£9.95 + £2.50 p&p = £12.45

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