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After Earth

Part elegy, part ode, part pastoral, part sci-fi, After Earth looks back through history in order to consider history’s end. Many of the poems are drawn from the concerns of a father for his children, from the impulse to record the Earth, to preserve what’s slipping away, and to heal, if poems can, the bifurcation of nature and civilization. Reveling in the ornate as well as the plain, these poems cultivate astonishment not in the promise of another world, but in the here and now, turning “what is wavering or tattered into permanence,” and praising all they can, as Auden says we must, “for being and for happening.”


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Hardback Edition  |  $25.00



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partan Community Conversation – specifically for UT staff – on Tuesday, July 28 at 8:30-10a. This will be a Zoom webinar, and will feature the following panelists:
· Ron Vaughn, president
Stephanie Russell Krebs, VP for student affairs and dean of students, and co-chair of the COVID-19 Health Safety Task Force
· David Stern, provost, co-chair of the COVID-19 Health Safety Task Force
· Linda Devine, VP of operations and planning, co-chair of the COVID-19 Health Safety Task Force
· Leander Hamilton, assistant director of human resources
Gina Firth, associate dean of wellness
Jennifer Isenbeck, director of facilities

Dimensions 6 × 9 in
Pages

98

ISBN (paperback)

978-1-59732-172-3

ISBN (hardback)

978-1-59732-171-6

Author

Michael Lavers