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Open: Inside the Ropes at Bethpage Black - Feinstein, John
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Wesleyan University Press: 2007. Hardcover with dustjacket. Brand new book. The collected work of a legendary San Francisco Renaissance and Beat poet. One of the most path-breaking and creatively radical poets of the San Francisco Renaissance, Philip Whalen was part of the 1955 Six Gallery reading where the West Coast Beat movement famously began. Working alongside Allen Ginsberg, Gary Snyder, and Jack Kerouac, Whalen developed a conversational and visually unorthodox style that is unique in contemporary poetry. His lifelong engagement with the impermanent and sensuous, concerns deepened by his commitment to Zen Buddhism, are on rich display here, along with his warm humor and original illustrations. This Collected Poems rightfully places Whalen among the foremost poets of his time, offering readers a truly major body of American poetic work. The Table of Contents of this book is as follows: Editor's Note and Acknowledgments ¥ Foreword, Highest and Driest: For Philip Zenshin's Poetic Drama/Dharma - Gary Snyder ¥ Language as Transient Act, The Poetry of Philip Whalen - Leslie Scalapino, IV ¥ VIII ¥ XVIII. Three Desert Poems: The Great American Desert ¥ Saguaro ¥ New Canaan from The Temptation of St. Anthony. The Plaster Muse : 6 Poems in the Classic Mode I. Moshe Sur l'Eau ¥ II. Ode ¥ III. Leda ¥ IV. Thursday in Byzantium ¥ V. "A l'Ombre Des Jeunes Filles . . ." ¥ VI. Sonnet for Valentine's Day Advent ¥ "A Country Without Ruins" ¥ In the Palace of the Heart ¥ Invocation to the Muse ¥ November First ¥ An Elegy Upon the Untimely Death of Mrs. W. F. ¥ The Road-Runner ¥ Three Ormolu Pieces for Stanley Moore ¥ Song ¥ Apostrophe to a Borrowed Tiger ¥ The Sealion ¥ Theory ¥ "Of Course," She Said ¥ Three Satires ¥ The Engineer ¥ The Great Instauration ¥ The Rose Festival Parade ¥ Meta ¥ "The Shock of Recognition" ¥ Two Miracles ¥ The Five Queens ¥ Homage to Lucretius ¥ A New Voyage ¥ Scholiast ¥ Out of It ¥ Tell Me More ¥ "Plus ‚a Change . . ." ¥ Martyrdom of Two Pagans ¥ If You're So Smart, Why Ain't You Rich? ¥ Sourdough Mountain Lookout ¥ from Three Variations, All About Love ¥ Sauced ¥ Unfinished, 3:xii:55 ¥ Denunciation, or, Unfrock'd Again ¥ Homage to Robert Creeley ¥ Invocation & Dark Sayings, in the Tibetan Style ¥ The Slop Barrel: Slices of Paideuma for All Sentient Beings ¥ Small Tantric Sermon ¥ Further Notice ¥ I Give Up ¥ The First Day of November ¥ Esprit d'Escalier Rant, Directed at Dr. P.'s class in English 106-B ¥ The Same Old Jazz ¥ Anchor Steam Beer, for Michael McClure ¥ SoufflŽ ¥ Takeout, 15:iv:57 ¥ For C. ¥ A Dim View of Berkeley in the Spring ¥ Literary Life in the Golden West ¥ Take # 4, 5:viii:57 ¥ Against the Magic War: An Open Letter to Robert Duncan ¥ Harangue from Newport, to John Wieners, 21:ix:57 ¥ 10:x:57, 45 Years Since the Fall of the Ch'ing Dynasty ¥ Apedeath ¥ In Memory of a Statesman ¥ LETTER, to Mme. E. T. S., 2:i:58 ¥ For My Father ¥ "While the Patient Slept" ¥ Translation of a Lost Play by M. M. ¥ Senseless Commentaries on Chao-Chou ¥ Sincerity Shot ¥ Metaphysical Insomnia Jazz. Mumonkan xxix. ¥ Letter to Charles Olson ¥ Unsuccessful Spring Poem ¥ Corvallis Down the Road ¥ Trying Too Hard to Write a Poem Sitting on the Beach ¥ 20:vii:58, On Which I Renounce the Notion of Social Responsibility ¥ Newport North-Window View ¥ From an Envelope Addressed to Charles Olson ¥ Hymnus Ad Patrem Sinensis ¥ Complaint: To the Muse ¥ Prose Take-Out, Portland 13:ix:58 ¥ Self-Portrait Sad 22:ix:58 ¥ I Think of Mountains ¥ Fond Farewell to the Chicago Review ¥ From a Letter to Ron Loewinsohn, 19:xi:58 ¥ Delights of Winter at the Shore ¥ Something Nice About Myself ¥ [The end, of a month of Sundays] ¥ Motion Day ¥ a very complicated way of saying "appearances deceive"? ¥ 4:2:59 Take 1 ¥ Self-Portrait, from Another Direction ¥ I Return to San Francisco ¥ Take, 25:iii:59 ¥ A Reply ¥ For a Picture by Mike Nathan ¥ A Distraction Fit ¥ With Compliments to E. H. ¥ [Awake a moment . . . ] ¥ I Am King Giant Dragon Sun ¥ Poem for a Blonde Lady ¥ "Everywhere I Wander" ¥ Haiku for Mike ¥ A Reflection on My Own Times ¥ Address to the Boobus, with her Hieratic Formulas in reply ¥ Boobus Hierophante, Her Incantations ¥ Song for 2 Balalaikas on the Corner of 3rd & Market ¥ To the Moon ¥ All About Art & Life ¥ Temporarily Insane ¥ Farewell! ¥ Since You Ask Me ¥ New York City ¥ To a Poet ¥ An Irregular Ode ¥ Haiku, for Gary Snyder ¥ Warnings, Responses, Etc. ¥ Goodbye & Hello, Again ¥ [Take dandelions first salad.] ¥ [March 3, 1960, A Beautiful Page] ¥ Palace CafŽ ¥ A Vision of the Bodhisattvas ¥ Itchy ¥ Dream ¥ Essex Was a Cowboy in Vermont ¥ Movie Night ¥ Historical Disquisitions ¥ Short Explanation of Everything ¥ [Requiescat] ¥ [Try doing a small thing well.] ¥ Address to a Younger Generation ¥ Dream & Excursus, Arlington Massachusetts The Death of Boston ¥ For Albert Saijo ¥ [Government] ¥ Homage to Rodin ¥ Staying or Going ¥ The Treasures of Rage ¥ Real San Francisco Sunday Afternoon ¥ San Francisco Sunday Morning Palimpsest ¥ To Ruth ¥ Duerden Says: "Life is Therapy" ¥ Philippic, Against Whitehead and a Friend ¥ Twin Peaks ¥ [under/beneath] ¥ Caption for a Picture ¥ Life and Art ¥ [Red Rover] ¥ The Daydream ¥ Ignorantaccio ¥ [Driving immediately past] ¥ [hoist great blocks of language into place] ¥ That One ¥ [I have eaten] ¥ Monday in the Evening ¥ Vector Analysis ¥ [Coca-cola chairs] ¥ [" . . . my FBI, my peace, my war"] ¥ Saturday Morning ¥ [B.C.] ¥ Early Autumn in Upper Noe Valley ¥ Easy Living ¥ The Poor ¥ The Revolutionaries ¥ One of My Favorite Songs Is Stormy Weather ¥ Friendship Greetings ¥ Statement of Condition ¥ The Idol ¥ The Chariot ¥ The Admonitions ¥ To the Muse ¥ The Prophecy ¥ [Monday early before bedtime] ¥ [Lamp] ¥ [Very Early Monday] ¥ [Tender] ¥ There It Goes ¥ Saturday 15:ix:62 ¥ A Short History of the Second Millennium B.C. ¥ Fillmore Hob Nob Carburetor ¥ The Art of Literature ¥ The Art of Literature, 2nd part ¥ The Art of Literature, #3, A Total Explanation ¥ The Art of Literature, Part 4th ¥ The Art of Literature, Concluded ¥ [Hum] ¥ [a community temple] ¥ [Albert's Antarctica] ¥ Minor Moralia ¥ Applegravy ¥ Sunday Afternoon Dinner Fung Loy Restaurant San Francisco 25:xi:62 ¥ The Saturday Visitations ¥ Song to Begin Røohatsu ¥ The Gallery, Mill Valley ¥ Heigh-Ho, Nobody's at Home ¥ Hello to All the Folks Back Home ¥ [OEconomy] ¥ The Professor Comes to Call ¥ The Coordinates ¥ [a major communication] ¥ [Worse than ever . . . ] ¥ Spring Musick ¥ How We Live the More Abundant Life in America ¥ Spring Poem to the Memory of Jane Ellen Harrison (1850-1928) ¥ [careful & empty] ¥ [More light seems to fall] ¥ Re-Take 20:xii:63 from 7:iii:63 ¥ Letter, to Michael McClure, 11:iii:63 ¥ For Brother Antoninus ¥ Night and Morning Michaelangelo ¥ How Beautiful ¥ PW His Recantation ¥ [Someplace, Neb.] ¥ Three Mornings ¥ World Out of Control ¥ Life and Death and a Letter to My Mother Beyond Them Both ¥ [Expansion] ¥ [Obsessions] ¥ Plums, Metaphysics, an Investigation, a Visit, and a Short Funeral Ode ¥ [The San Francisco Symphony Orchestra] ¥ ["Chooky"] ¥ [One Page Poem] ¥ Friday Already Half- ¥ Tennis Shoes ¥ Epigram ¥ To the Muse ¥ Where Was I ¥ Oh Yes. Vancouver. ¥ Vancouver ¥ Golden Gate Park ¥ That Dream ¥ Mysteries of 1961 ¥ Breughel: "The Fall of Icarus" 20:ix:63 ¥ [My karma has to do with ears] ¥ [Octopus] ¥ Raging Desire &c. ¥ Social Graces ¥ Mystery Poem, for a birthday present ¥ The Fourth of October, 1963 ¥ Song ¥ Illness ¥ [For John Lee Hooker] ¥ [The shape of it] ¥ Somebody Else's Aesthetic ¥ Gradus ad Parnassum ¥ Inside Stuff ¥ Roxie Powell ¥ Native Speech ¥ [aches and pains] ¥ [Crown Fruit] ¥ [Treasures, left panel] ¥ [Treasures, right panel] ¥ St. Francis Lobbies Allen G. ¥ To a Nervous Man ¥ The Double Take ¥ Homage to WBY ¥ Salamander ¥ A Recall ¥ Native Speech ¥ The Walkers' Patio: Giant Plant ¥ How Was Your Trip to L.A.? ¥ Whistler's Mother ¥ Last Part of an Illustrated Children's Book in a Fever Dream ¥ Some Kind of Theory ¥ Winter Jelly ¥ Theophany ¥ [Native // Folk Speech] ¥ [Native // Folk Speech with doodles] ¥ [Epiphany] ¥ Papyrus Catalogue ¥ A Botanical Phrenzy ¥ Clean Song ¥ The Great Beyond Denver ¥ Technicalities for Jack Spicer ¥ [March 1964] ¥ Corinthian Columns ¥ Mexico ¥ Chagrin ¥ Composition ¥ The Lotus Sutra, Naturalized ¥ A Mistake ¥ Early Spring ¥ The Mystery ¥ The Problem ¥ [Hope for the best] ¥ Invocation and Theophany ¥ The Metaphysical Town Hall and Bookshop ¥ The Ode to Music ¥ [Time Poem] ¥ Absolute Realty Co.: Two Views ¥ 15:v:64 ¥ [The End of the line] ¥ [Nasturtium] ¥ Trinity Sunday 1964 ¥ Tommy's Birthday ¥ [air and earth combine] ¥ Late Afternoon ¥ Magical Incantation ¥ Goddess ¥ Buck Rogers ¥ The Chain of Lakes ¥ Dying Again ¥ To My Muse ¥ True Confessions ¥ The Best of It ¥ EAMD ¥ [Groundhog Day] ¥ The Season ¥ [Futility] ¥ [The Great American Boob, Lecture Notes] ¥ [Lecture Notes, GSS Berkeley] ¥ [Lecture NotesÑIIÑG.S.S. Berkeley] ¥ Bleakness, Farewell ¥ [skoolie-bau] ¥ Homage to William Seward Burroughs ¥ Fragment of Great Beauty & Stillness ¥ The India Print Bedspread ¥ [Dear Mr. President,] ¥ Grand Historical Ode ¥ Priapic Hymn ¥ Doukhobor Proverb ¥ "Merry Meet; Merry Part" ¥ Disgust with an Poetickal Evening at Miss Q's House ¥ Japanese Tea Garden Golden Gate Park in Spring ¥ "A Penny for the Old Guy" ¥ Fragment of a Letter, Unsent ¥ Art & Music ¥ Mahayana ¥ My Songs Induce Prophetic Dreams ¥ April Showers Bring Rain? ¥ Love Love Love Again ¥ A Morning Walk ¥ Message Before Aram Awakes ¥ "The Sun Rises and Sets in That Child," ¥ The Second Day of May 1965 ¥ "California Is Odious but Indispensable" ¥ Imagination of the Taj Mahal ¥ T/O ¥ "The Great Heidelberg Tun" ¥ [Nasturtium shadows] ¥ Sleepy ¥ A Satire ¥ Card #21 Le Monde ¥ [Strange?] ¥ 1935 ¥ The Feather Truth Weighs 10,000 Pounds ¥ M ¥ The Life of Literature ¥ What Finally Happened to the King ¥ [Lightning of the sky] ¥ [This is my life] ¥ America! ¥ The Education Continues Along ¥ Giant Sequoias ¥ Pop Doughnut ¥ Secret ¥ That Eyes! Those Nose! ¥ The First of August ¥ The Greeks ¥ Vignette of an Ice Axe ¥ L'Enfant Prodigue ¥ The Mystery of the Alphabet ¥ Genetics ¥ Higher Criticism ¥ The Promise ¥ Good News and Gospel ¥ Paranoia Revisited ¥ The Honeymoon ¥ Palimpsest ¥ [the beginning of a long silence] ¥ The Task Rejected ¥ Homage to Dante ¥ Tara ¥ Labor Day ¥ Sad Song ¥ "Plaster of Paris: Helen of Troy." ¥ Opening the Mountain, Tamalpais: 22:x:65 ¥ Lemon Trees ¥ Trip, 30:x:65 ¥ Portland in the Evening ¥ Opening Rainy-Season Sesshin ¥ White River Ode ¥ Eikei Soji ¥ Ginkakuji Michi ¥ "The Flexible Mind" ¥ The Judgment ¥ Sanjusangendo ¥ Synesthesia ¥ Crowded ¥ A Platonic Variation ¥ A Revolution ¥ Above the Shrine ¥ Point Richmond ¥ The Trolley ¥ The War Poem for Diane di Prima ¥ Waiting for Claude ¥ Some Places ¥ Ten Titanic Etudes ¥ Champ Clair Modern Jazz Coffee ¥ Ushi Matsuri ¥ The Garden ¥ Confession and Penance ¥ The Grand Design ¥ "Sheep May Safely Graze" ¥ Success Is Failure ¥ [Another Blank Discovery!] ¥ [I keep hunting through the house] ¥ The Winter ¥ Demachi ¥ The Winter ¥ [All of it came to nothing] ¥ [All of it went on the wrong page] ¥ ["NEFAS"] ¥ Poem ¥ [Winter money gloom] ¥ George Washington ¥ [Pet Shop] ¥ [What do I know is a small yellow] ¥ The Dharma Youth League ¥ [Outside] ¥ Failing ¥ To Henrik Ibsen ¥ We Sing in Our Sleep. We Converse with the Dead in Our Dreams ¥ The Encore ¥ A Romantic & Beautiful Poem Inspired by the Recollection of William Butler Yeats, His Life & Work ¥ "Never Apologize; Never Explain" ¥ 17:III:67 ¥ Something Childish but Completely Classical ¥ Regalia in Immediate Demand ! ¥ Characteristically ¥ Grace before Meat ¥ A Wedding Journey, an Opera ¥ Ultimate Frivolous Necessities ¥ Dewey Swanson ¥ The Apparition ¥ The War ¥ October Food ¥ In the Center of Autumn ¥ A Couple Blocks South of the Heian Shrine ¥ International Date Line, Monday / Monday 27:XI:67 ¥ America inside & outside Bill Brown's House in Bolinas ¥ 25:I:68 ¥ Life in the City. In Memoriam Edward Gibbon. ¥ Allegorical Painting: Capitalistic Society Destroyed by the Contradictions within Itself. (Second Five-Year Plan.) ¥ At the Red Whale Bar & Restaurant, Stinson Beach ¥ The Unidentified Accomplice or, The Transmissions of C. W. Moss ¥ The Evasive Answer ¥ The Madness of Saul ¥ To the Revolutionary Cadres of Balboa, Malibu & Santa Barbara ¥ To All My Friends ¥ Larry Kearny at Stinson Beach ¥ Duerden's Garage, Stinson Beach ¥ Birthday Poem, ¥ Bill Brown ¥ Scenes of Life at the Capital ¥ Walking beside the Kamogawa, Remembering Nansen and Fudø o and Gary's Poem ¥ May First Revolution Day ¥ To Edward Dahlberg ¥ Science and Language ¥ For Kenneth Rexroth ¥ F, Wesleyan University Press: 2007, Boston, MA: Little, Brown and Company, 2003. First edition. First edition [stated]. First printing [stated]. Hardcover. Very good in very good dust jacket. Signed by author. Some minor page soiling noted. Corner of one page creased.. xii, 368 p. Illustrations (some in color). Index. In June 2002, the US Open was played, for the first time in history, on a true public golf course. Bethpage State Park is owned by the state of New York, and no membership is required to play there. This is golf at its most populist, most pure-and most challenging. In what Tiger Woods himself would declare 'the most difficult national championship', Sergio Garcia, Phil Mickelson, Nick Faldo and the rest would, through days of rain and roughs, learn the hard way that while Bethpage may be open to the public, even for the pros the chance of winning can be closed off to mere mortals. The Bethpage course was so challenging that only one player finished under par; this was golf at its most intense. With unprecedented backstage access, John Feinstein finally removes the mystery shrouding golf's most famous event, unravelling how pairings are made; qualifiers; setting up the golf course; and all the complexities of bringing golf's most exclusive competition to a truly public setting. In fascinating detail, Feinstein takes readers through every step, every thorny hole, every., Little, Brown and Company, 2003

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In June 2002, the US Open was played, for the first time in history, on a true public golf course. Bethpage State Park is owned by the state of New York, and no membership is required to play there. This is golf at its most populist, most pure - and most challenging. In what Tiger Woods himself would declare 'the most difficult national championship', Sergio Garcia, Phil Mickelson, Nick Faldo and the rest would, through days of rain and roughs, learn the hard way that while Bethpage may be open to the public, even for the pros the chance of winning can be closed off to mere mortals. The Bethpage course was so challenging that only one player finished under par; this was golf at its most intense. With unprecedented backstage access, John Feinstein finally removes the mystery shrouding golf's most famous event, unravelling how pairings are made; qualifiers; setting up the golf course; and all the complexities of bringing golf's most exclusive competition to a truly public setting. In fascinating detail, Feinstein takes readers through every step, every thorny hole, every bitter rivalry of one of golf's greatest tournaments. golf,politics and social sciences,sports and outdoors,sports and recreation Golf, Little, Brown

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Open: Inside the Ropes at Bethpage Black
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One of golf's most celebrated writers takes us inside one of sport's most famous tournaments - the US Open.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780316170031
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0316170038
Hardcover
Publishing year: 2010
Publisher: Little, Brown

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