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Time's River: The Voyage of Life in Art and Poetry

af Kate Farrell

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Beginning with a celebration of childhood and ending with praise for the renewed creativity of age, this giftbook marries poems illuminating the journey of life with art from the collection at the National Gallery of Art, Washington, USA. Four paintings from Thomas Cole create the book's framework.
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A beautiful collection of poems paired with paintings that is as satisfying as fine wine paired with great food.

The poems and paintings are drawn from many cultures and across many centuries. Farrell's selections are wonderful and while I have my favorites, I never tire of picking this book up and turning to a random page. These works and their grouping into four sections (Childhood, Young Adulthood, Maturity, Old Age) are profound and beautiful; they remind me of the timelessness of art, and that the human struggle has and always will be the same.

As Bob Dylan put it:
"...she opened up a book of poems, and handed it to me; written by an Italian poet rom the thirteenth century; and every one of them words rang true and glowed like burnin' coal; pourin' off of every page like it was written in my soul from me to you, tangled up in blue...."

This book glows like burnin' coal; I highly recommend it. ( )
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Down Time's quaint stream
Without an oar
We are enforced to sail
Our Port a secret
Our Perchance a Gale
What Skipper would
Incur the Risk
What Buccaneer would ride
Without a surety from the Wind
Or schedule of the Tide --

- Emily Dickinson
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This book is dedicated to my parents
Raymond and Eileen Dougherty
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Introduction:  The inspiration for this book is The Voyage of Life, Thomas Cole's four-part allegorical series of paintings hanging in the National Gallery of Art.
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