Thoreau's Lost Journal: Poems (Revised and Expanded)

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$16.00
Publisher
Bottom Dog Press
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Pages
82
Dimensions
6.0 X 9.0 X 0.2 inches | 0.29 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781947504066

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About the Author

LARRY SMITH is an adjunct associate professor of economics at the University of Waterloo and a recipient of the University of Waterloo's Distinguished Teacher Award. During his longstanding tenure, Smith has taught and counselled more than 23,000 students on the subject of their careers, representing more than 10 percent of UW's alumni. Smith has worked with more than 500 teams of student entrepreneurs, advising them as they have created companies of significant size and success across industries as broad-reaching as communications, software, robotics, entertainment, design and real estate. Smith is also president of Essential Economics Corporation, an economic consulting practice that serves a wide range of public and private clients. "Why You Will Fail to have a Great Career," his TEDx Talk based on his experience counselling students, has been viewed by over six million people.

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Smith finds a nourishing grace in simple familiar things. His deep intuitive poems�devotions really�shimmer with an openness to the natural world, a quality shared with poets Kenneth Rexroth, Lucien Stryk, and Oriental Zen masters. -George Myers Jr.



These poems are crisp, lucid, exact. They keep one hand always in contact with the earth, the other on the skin�.I am moved by all of them: the regard for work, for tools, for the turns of phrase, for the legacy of sayings and skills.-Scott Russell Sanders //


Smith finds a nourishing grace in simple familiar things. His deep intuitive poems�devotions really�shimmer with an openness to the natural world, a quality shared with poets Kenneth Rexroth, Lucien Stryk, and Oriental Zen masters. -George Myers Jr.