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Publisher: Macmillan Pub Co: 1987-06-01
Seller ID: 0025702416-01
Publisher: Holy Cow! Press: 1996-01-01
Seller ID: M0930100026Z3
Publisher: Columbia Univ Pr: 1993-05-01
Seller ID: M0231082398Z2
Publisher: Oberlin College Press: 1999-03-30
Seller ID: M0932440843Z3
Publisher: University Press of Kentucky: 1998-09-17
Seller ID: M0813109566Z2
The American Voice looks to find the vital edge of modern American writing. The journal, whose contributors come from the U.S., Canada, and Latin America, often publishes work by writers denied access to mainstream journals. Writings from its pages have been regularly reprinted in prize annuals such as The Pushcart Prize, Best American Poetry, and Best American Essays.
This fifteenth anniversary anthology collects eighty poems from some of the most original and daring writers of our time. The anthology's contributors range from the world famous Jorge Luis...
By: Bly, Robert
Publisher: Random House, Inc.: 1982-06-12
Seller ID: M0871561999Z3
By: Caroline Kennedy
Publisher: Hyperion: 2001-09-30
Seller ID: 0786868090-02
Publisher: Columbia University Press: 1995-10-15
Seller ID: M023110104XZ3
By: Hazners, Dainis
Publisher: University Of Iowa Press: 2004-04-01
Seller ID: M0877458790Z3
At first glance these poems (which read like one long odyssey) seem sweet and peaceful like taking a walk in the woods. But then, things turn darker: a storm blows in and with it some Aliens, Ghost and Ghoul, the Hanging Man. Luckily, Carlyle has a few good friends such as Ruth, the Hag, the Boy, who are staunch and true and faithful. A whistling-in-the-dark suspense alternately stimulates and enervates the witness.
Carlyle is spore, and mild. / He is swoon &sherbet. Endearing and kind, if not actually cruel, he is also cold and strange. He shapeshifts, transforming into Magician and Jes...
By: Hollander, John
Publisher: Johns Hopkins University Press: 1979-03-23
Seller ID: M0801822211Z2
John Hollander's "Blue Wine and Other Poems," his first collection of verse since the appearance of his new and selected poems, "Spectral Emanations," shows one of our best poetic craftsmen in America moving into a new phase in his distinguished career.
Poems on painting and sculpture, in which Hollander examines the static/dynamic interaction of life and art, are balanced against a graceful lyric cycle, which is itself a commentary on the meaning of art songs. The longer poems in this volume--"Blue Wine," "Monuments," "The Train," and "Just for the Ride"--move beyond Hollander's uniq...