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Poems for Architects.
Stoner, Jill.
Poems for Architects.
This unusual anthology of twentieth century poetry is arranged into sections of poems that address issues of domesticity, urbanism, formal concepts and form itself. Each section is introduced with a provocative essay by Stoner, an associate Professer of Architecture at UC Berkeley, that develops the argument for the relevance of poetry to architecture today. Twenty-nine varied authors such as Mark Strand, Wallace Stevens, Eavan Boland, Adrienne Rich and Rita Dove, help to illustrate the point.

Category: Featured Publishers, William Stout
Binding: Pap.
Pages: 175pp.
Publisher: William Stout Publishers.
Year: 2001
Publication Place: San Francisco,
ISBN: 0970973101
Book Id: 46967

Price: $29.95

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