“Night Shaping Itself” and Forty Other Poems

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The forty-one poems comprising this thesis are written in a variety of styles and reflect my general international eclecticism. The most prominent influences on my work are ancient Chinese verse, as exemplified by the poems for N., and Zen tanka and haiku, as exemplified by "Detail from a Cubistic Autobiography." Largely imagistic rather than narrative, the poems were conceived in an effort to record my experiences and to define my reactions to those experiences.

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v, 56 leaves

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Wise, Timothy E. May 1981.

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The forty-one poems comprising this thesis are written in a variety of styles and reflect my general international eclecticism. The most prominent influences on my work are ancient Chinese verse, as exemplified by the poems for N., and Zen tanka and haiku, as exemplified by "Detail from a Cubistic Autobiography." Largely imagistic rather than narrative, the poems were conceived in an effort to record my experiences and to define my reactions to those experiences.

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v, 56 leaves

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Wise, Timothy E. “Night Shaping Itself” and Forty Other Poems, thesis, May 1981; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc503965/: accessed January 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .