加里•斯奈德文选:散文、诗歌及翻译

Gary Snyder, The Gary Snyder Reader: Prose, Poetry, and Translations, 1952–1998 (Washington, D. C.: Counterpoint, 1999).

Contents
Foreword by Jim Dodge    
Author's Note

PROSE

from Earth House Hold
    Lookout's Journal
    Japan First Time Around
    Spring Sesshin at Shokoku-ji
    Buddhism and the Possibilities of a Planetary Culture
    Passage to More Than India
    Poetry and the Primitive
    Suwa-no-se Island and the Banyan Ashram

from He Who Hunted Birds in His Father's Village

   The Myth
   Function of the Myth

from The Real Work
   The East West Interview

from Passage Through India

   
The Cambodge
   Pondicherry
   Khajuraho
   Dharamshala
   Dalai Lama

Letters
   to Philip Whalen (1954-1961)
   to Will Petersen  (1957-1958)

from The Practice of the Wild

   The Etiquette of Freedom
   The Place, the Religion, and the Commons
   Blue Mountains Constantly Walking
   Ancient Forests of the Far West
   Grace

from A Place in Space

   Smokey the Bear Sutra
   Four Changes, with a Postscript
   "Energy Is Eternal Delight"
   Unnatural Writing
   The Porous World
   Coming into the Watershed
   Kitkitdizze: A Node in the Net

from The Great Clod Project

   "Wild" in China
    Walls Within Walls
    The Brush

The Paris Review Interview

Selections from Journals
    Japan, "Of All the Wild Sakura"
    Australia
    Ladakh
    Botswana and Zimbabwe

Uncollected Essays

    Walking the Great Ridge Omine on the Womb-Diamond Trail
    Walking Downtown Naha
    Is Nature Real?
    Entering the Fiftieth Millennium

POETRY
from Riprap

   Mid-August at Sourdough Mountain Lookout
   Piute Creek
   Milton by Firelight
   Above Pate Valley
   Hay for the Horses
   Riprap

from Myths and Texts

       
{from "Logging"}
   "The Morning Start Is Not a Star"
   "But Ye Shall Destroy Their Altars"
   "Lodgepole Pine: The Wonderful Reproductive"
   "Each Dawn Is Clear"
   "The Groves Are Down"
   "Lodgepole"
         {from "Hunting"}
   First Shaman Song
   This Poem Is for Deer
   "Sealion, Salmon, Offshore—"
   "Flung from Demonic Wombs"
   "How Rare to Be Born a Human Being!"
        {from "Burning"}
   Maudgalyayana Saw Hell
   John Muir on Mt. Ritter
   Amitabha's Vow
   "Spikes of New Smell Driven up Nostrils"
   "Stone-flake and Salmon"
   " 'Wash Me on Home, Mama' "

from The Back Country
   A Berry Feast
   The Spring
   A Walk
   Burning the Small Dead
   Foxtail Pine
   Oil
   After Work
   Four Poems for Robin
   Work to Do Toward Town
   The Manichaeans
   Artemis
   Mother of the Buddhas
   Nature   Green Shit
   Twelve Hours Out of New York
   Hop, Skip, and Jump
   Through the Smoke Hole
   Nanao Knows

from Regarding Wave

   Wave
   In the House of the Rising Sun
   Song of the Taste
   Kyoto Born in Spring Song
   Everybody Lying on Their Stomachs, Head Toward the Candle, Reading, Sleeping, Drawing
   Shark Meat
   The Bed in the Sky
   Regarding Wave
   Revolution in the Revolution in the Revolution
   Sours of the Hills
   To Fire
   Love
   Meeting the Mountains
   Long Hair
   
from Turtle land
   Without
   I went Into the Maverick Bar
   No Matter, Never Mind
   The Bath
   Control Burn
   Prayer for the Great Family
   Source
   For Nothing
   The Egg
   Pine Tree Tops
   By Frazier Creek Falls
   Mother Earth: Her Whales
   Why Log Truck Drivers Rise Earlier Than Students of Zen
   "One Should Not Talk to a Skilled Hunter About What Is Forbidden by the Buddha"
   Magpie's Song
   O Waters
   For the Children
   As for Poets

from Axe Handles

   Axe Handles
   River in the Valley
   Changing Diapers
   Walking Through Myoshin-ji
   Working on the '58 Willys Pickup
   For/From Lew
   Getting in the Wood
   True Night
   24:IV:40075, 3:30 PM
   Dillinghan, Alaska, the Willow Tree Bar
   Breasts
   Old Woman Nature
   The Canyon Wren
   For All

from Left Out in the Rain

   Poem Left in Sourdough Mountain Lookout
   Seeing the OX
   Longitude 170° West, Latitude 35° North
   For Example
   English Lessons at the Boiler Company
   Farewell to Burning Island
   No Shoes No Shirt No Service
   Poetry Is the Eagle of Experience
   Calcium
   At White Rivers Roadhouse
   The Persimmons
   For Berkeley
   "There are those who love to get dirty"
   Sestina of the End of the Kalpa
   How Zen Masters Are Like Mature Herring

from Cold Mountain Poems  {TRANSLATIONS}
   "The Path to Han-shan's Place Is Laughable"
   "In a Tangle of Cliffs I Choose a Place—"
   "Men Ask the Way to Cold Mountain"
   "I Settled at Cold Mountain Long Ago"
   "I Have Lived at Cold Mountain"
   "In My First Thirty Years of Life"
   "There's a Naked Bug at Cold Mountain"
   "Cold Mountain Is a House"
   "Some Critic Tried to Put Me Down—"
   "When Men See Han-shan"

from Miyazawa Kenji  {TRANSLATIONS}
   Spring and the Ashura
   Floating World Picture: Spring in the Kitagami Mountains
   Cloud Semaphore
   The Politicians
   Thief

Sixteen T'ang Poems  {TRANSLATIONS}

Long Bitter Song  {TRANSLATIONS}

from No Nature
   How Poetry Comes to Me
   On Climbing the Sierra Matterhorn Again After
   Thirty-one Years
   The Sweat
   Building
   Off the Trail
   World Basket Woman
   Right in the Trail
   For Lew Welch in a Snowfall
   Ripples on the Surface

from Mountains and Rivers Without End

   Bubbs Creek Haircut
   The Blue Sky
   The Flowing
   Arctic Midnight Twilight
   Walking the New York Bedrock
   New Moon Tongue
   Macaques in the Sky
   Raven's Beak River at the End
   Cross Legg'd
   We Wash Our Bowls in This Water
   Earth Verse
   Finding the Space in the Heart

New Poems

   Icy Mountains Constantly Walking
   Summer of Ninety-Seven
   "This present moment"

   Chronology
   Index