"Dr. Mitchell's talk will focus on Robinson Jeffers' relationship to the Carmel and Big Sur areas, touching briefly on his attraction to the place where rock meets sea, and concentrating on the ways in which he uses natural symbolism to explore the 'unhuman.' She will also consider the charge of misantrhopy that was frequently directed at Jeffers. Dr. Mitchell is a former lecturer in Literature and Writing at UCSC and is currently Assistant Professor of English at Nazareth College in New York." (From program description)
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