A STRUCTURALIST POETICS OF JAMES DICKEY’S HUNTING CIVIL WAR RELICS AT NIMBLEWILL CREEK, a critical essay by John Timothy Robinson

     In this particular poem enigma and fact become blurred, not necessarily as a matter of communicated fact, though essentially through an absence of historicity.  There was no battle at Nimblewill Creek, Georgia.  In our contemporary time, this body of water is a popular fishing location.  In 1830 gold was discovered there and the North-Eastern portion […]

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