Mountains and Rivers Without End

Written by Gary Snyder

Began in Berkeley on April 8, 1956, Gary Snyders's long-awaited Mountains and Rivers without End is an epic of geology, prehistory, and mythology.  The poem travels beyond Western traditions to encompass Asian art and drama, Native American performance and storytelling, the practice of Zen Buddhism, and varied landscapes the world over.  It is a moving celebration of earth and sky, rock and water, nature and humanity. 


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