A Way of Seeing
Perception, Imagination and Poetry
by John Allison
This beautifully written book by Australian poet John Allison shows how poetry can reveal aspects of the world invisible to science.
Allison describes the path to 'true imagination', an intensification of ordinary imagination, which can lead to real knowing. He examines how poets such as Shakespeare, Blake, Coleridge, Keats, John Ruskin, Gerard Manley Hopkins and Rainer Maria Rilke have developed and practiced this kind of 'deep seeing'.
Publication date: 29 Jan 2004
Publisher: Lindisfarne Books
Dimensions: 14.2 x 21.5 x 1.2cm
Weight: 236 grammes