2 edition of Approaching ice found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||PS3602.R3396 A77 2009|
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|LC Control Number||2009030439|
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Book Summary Blends dream sequences and narrative to reveal an ice-and-snow world run by a secret government and threatened with nuclear devastation. Read an excerpt of this book. However, if we do have a “Maunder Minimum,” it would not be a return to the “Little Ice Age.” Solar radiation expert Judith Lean, PhD, of the Naval Research Laboratory points to a current global surface temperature that’s about degrees Fahrenheit, warmer than at the time of the Maunder Minimum and says that a return to a Maunder.
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Or get business-day shipping on this item for $ 5/5(9). Elizabeth Bradfield is the author of Once Removed (Persea, ), Approaching Ice (Persea, ), and Interpretive Work (Arktoi Books/Red Hen Press, ).
Her fourth collection, a book of images and haibun which investigate her work as a naturalist in Antarctica, Toward Antarctica will be published in by Red Hen/Boreal Books/5.
Approaching Ice deserves a place among accounts of arctic expeditions, as well as the work of other poets who wade through history, such as Ellen Bryant Voigt in Kyrie. In lucid language, Bradfield chronicles nature’s deadly threats—ice fall, ice storm—and humankind’s brave attempts to.
Editorial Reviews. Approaching Ice, Elizabeth Bradfield's second book, traces two hundred years of Arctic Exploration, "ready to be amazed longing for it."Reminding us just how recently we fumbling humans have reached the polar regions, she uses ice, and the hunt to find the great magnetic north, as the ultimate site that dramatizes both human quests and : Elizabeth Bradfield.
‘Approaching Ice’ by Elizabeth Bradfield. Author: Julie R. Enszer Ap Long-term obsession provides the poet a palette, onto which she squeezes oil-based paint, mixes and smudges them with knives, then applies with an array of brushes, flared, flat, round, or mop.
“Approaching Ice chilled me and warmed me. It got me up walking around and thinking a Approaching ice book things, and threw me back down to Approaching ice book more. It’s a high latitude book, a storm, a soundless daybreak at the end of the world, an exquisite investigation into why we explore.
I loved it.” —Kim Heacox, author of Shackleton: The Antarctic Challenge. Approaching ice is the first step to beginning an interaction with it.
P Column 1, Paragraph(s) 10, Core Rule Book Approach: The step of a run in which the Runner makes contact with a piece of ice and decides whether or not to continue the run.
Approaching Ice, her second collection of poetry, captures the frozen climate of the poles, exploring not only the external packed snow of the Arctic and Antarctic but also the internal “climate of the heart.” Her poems resonate with a need to discover what lies beneath the ice, such as when she echoes John Cleve Symmes’s longing to find.
Elizabeth Bradfield, the author of two previous poetry collections, including Approaching Ice (finalist for the James Laughlin Award from the Academy of American Poets) is a naturalist who works around the globe. She is also founder and co-editor of Broadsided Press.
ICE BRECCIA. Ice pieces of different age frozen together Patchwork sewn tight with freeze into one big blanket. The old, old blue with the new white. Different strengths and ways of being brittle.
This is my answer for the years between us. There can be fusing. There is a name for it. ICE CAKE. Any relatively flat piece of sea ice less than 5/5. APPROACHING ICE. Poetry; $ Leave this field blank: This collection portrays the gripping history of polar exploration by channeling its most notable figures--Symmes, Mawson, Scott, Cherry-Garrard, Byrd, and Shackleton among them.
From their perspectives and her own, Elizabeth Bradfield relays the wonders and dangers, physical and mental. Approaching Ice Elizabeth Bradfield, Author. Persea $15 (p) ISBN Buy this book. Few books of new poems stick as tightly to one topic as Bradfield's second effort: a long set.
In Approaching Ice, Elizabeth Bradfield conjures a stunning polar world and invites readers to contemplate familiar narratives of exploration, physical hardship and climate change. Bradfield, a naturalist and the author of the previous collection Interpretive Work, populates her new book of ice-themed poems with famous explorers and animals.
Reviews of Approaching Ice. Approaching Ice engages with the history of science by focusing on the human quest to reach and explore the poles, [the poems also] subtly suggest a double reading of the book as a whole, in which the coldness of the poles becomes the chilling of hearts once in love.
—Ray Olson, Booklist, December With respect to all the authors having c laimed that we are approaching a solar minimum and/or a new Little Ice Age    - , there is hard, even m eaningless, to try to i dentify a Author: Nils-Axel Mörner. The rich detail in these imagistic, highly readable histories originates in the decade’s worth of research undergirding Approaching Ice.
In one portrait, early Antarctic explorer Robert Falcon Scott, “romantic past all sense,” starves “in his tent eleven miles from cached supplies.”.
Ice is arguably her most famous book, and the last that was published during her lifetime, in - she died only a year later. Ice is a novel which defies categorization - it has been classified as science fiction and even won a genre award, but it's science fiction in the /5(). Get this from a library.
Approaching ice: poems. [Elizabeth Bradfield] -- A collection of poems by American poet Elizabeth Bradfieldon the theme of polar exploration. Little Ice Age: The Approaching Disaster Byb Tom Chatham (Excerpts) – The Earth has spent much of its history moving from one ice age to another separated by short periods of warn weather.
An ice age is the norm not the exception on this planet. These periods of warn weather are thought to be aro years. In 'Approaching Chaos' Lucy Wyatt offers a provocative new interpretation of the rise and decline of civilization as humanity emerged from the last Ice Age.
We live during troubled times, and arguably we have lost as much, or more, in terms of core values and a holistic approach toward working with Nature, as we have gained through.
Approaching Ice. Approaching Ice Request an Image. signed first edition Softcover () NY. by that convey a specific moment in the book's history and add a human dimension exceeding even that of the author/reader connection.Earth is facing the prospect of a ‘mini ice age’ this century, with our sun’s activity projected to fall 60 percent in the s, British astrophysicists say, based on the results of new research that they claim allows exact predictions of solar cycles.ICE Book Reader Professional is not only book reader.
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