Login in with Facebook         Create Account

    LECTURES

    NEW ENGLAND: MYTH OR REALITY?

    Presented by

    November 19, 2013


    Bookmark


    NEW ENGLAND: MYTH OR REALITY?

     
    New England: Myth or Reality?

    The six states known as New England have been romaticized in art and literature for more than 200 years, creating a reality that is touched by myth. How has this myth-making affected the region? Edie Clark, a longtime writer for Yankee Magazine, focuses on the work of Robert Frost, Norman Rockwell, Wallace Nutting, and more recently, Yankee magazine. These and others have created such a...

     
    New England: Myth or Reality?

    The six states known as New England have been romaticized in art and literature for more than 200 years, creating a reality that is touched by myth. How has this myth-making affected the region? Edie Clark, a longtime writer for Yankee Magazine, focuses on the work of Robert Frost, Norman Rockwell, Wallace Nutting, and more recently, Yankee magazine. These and others have created such a distinct picture of New England that even the current inhabitants of the region have a hard time knowing whether what they see all around them is real or imagined.

    Edie Clark has written a monthly column about her life, her home, and her garden for Yankee magazine for more than twenty years. Writing personal essays and maintaining one’s privacy are sometimes mutually exclusive. Readers are essentially invited into her home, her garden, and her life by virtue of the column’s appearance in the magazine. Of Clark’s work, novelist Howard Frank Mosher writes, “Ms. Clark shows us how the small and large satisfactions of living close to nature can inform a life with grace, meaning, and beauty.” In this presentation Clark talks about the process of writing from home and reads from her work.  


    Pontine Theatre

    959 Islington Street
    Portsmouth, NH 03801

    Full map and directions

    Admission Info:

    FREE and open to the public thanks for funding from the New Hampshire Humanities Council. No reservations needed.


    General Day and Time Info:

    The theatre is not visible from the street. Look for the big 959 aon the signpost t the head of our drive.


    phone: 603-436-6660


    Accessibility Information:


    Official Website

    Facebook Comments

      • Massachusetts Vacation


         

      © 2014 - ArtsBoston - All Rights Reserved.

      Contact Us | Privacy Policy/Terms of Service | Site Feedback