Stolen Verses And Other Poems
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📒Stolen Verses And Other Poems ✍ Oscar Hahn
✏Stolen Verses and Other Poems Book Summary : Presents a collection of poems, in English and the original Spanish, including "At Noon," "Meditation at Dusk," and "At the Nudist Beach of the Unconscious."
📒International Who S Who In Poetry 2004 ✍ Europa Publications
✏International Who s Who in Poetry 2004 Book Summary : Provides up-to-date profiles on the careers of leading and emerging poets.
📒Ashes In Love ✍ Óscar Hahn
✏Ashes in Love Book Summary : This bilingual collection brings together renowned Chilean poet Oscar Hahn's two most recent works, Apariciones profanas (2002; translated here as Profane Apparitions), and En un abrir y cerrar de ojos, the winner of Spain's Casa de America Award (2006; translated here as In the Blink of an Eye) in one stunning volume. Hahn's work has been hailed by Mario Vargas Llosa as "magnificent and truly original... the most personal I've read in the poetry of our language in a long time." And in Ashes in Love, Hahn beautifully affirms his reputation as the premier poet of his generation. In these outstanding poems, Hahn displays an uncompromising intelligence and strength, blending horror and humor with droll inventiveness. A sly craftsman, Hahn has assimilated poetic tradition, but is not a slave to it: he employs a wide range of poetic techniques, opening himself to the possibilities of mystery, song, and story.
📒Word Verse And Other Poems ✍ Geoff Beech
✏Word Verse and Other Poems Book Summary : This collection of poems was written over more than twenty years and covers a wide range of themes and topics. Many of the poems relate to biblical images and, having spent twelve years living in Bolivia, there are Latin American themes as well. With the many things that crowd our lives, it seems that all too often we do not give ourselves the opportunity to sit and allow the muse to do its work. When we do allow the muse to work on us some writing may flow spontaneously or may piece itself together slowly, paced by the circumstances of our lives. And that certainly has been the case with these poems—with some taking minutes and others years. Over the past twenty years, many times Michelle had urged me to publish some of my poems and this collection is the result of her urging. Sadly, she is no longer with us to read them in published form but this small volume is dedicated to her memory—to the vibrant, creative person she was. The writing and the reading of many of the poems have been a blessing to me and a number of people and I trust that should you care to read them they will be a blessing to you as well.
✏POETRY ELEGANT EXTRACTS Or Useful Entertaining PASSAGES in Verse Book Summary :
✏Glendalloch and other poems by the late dr Drennan With additional verses by his sons J S and W Drennan Ed by W Drennan Book Summary :
📒The Best American Poetry 1995 ✍ David Lehman
✏The Best American Poetry 1995 Book Summary : The Best American Poetry 1995 once again highlights the dazzling spectrum of style and subject matter to be found in the art today. Guest editor Richard Howard's accent is on discovery and surprise, and he has gleaned the most inventive and searching writing from a wide variety of literary journals. The themes and imagery here are indisputably "American," as our best poets continue to mine personal as well as communal experience for their work. Now in its eighth year, this series has established itself as a rich and vibrant source of new poetry -- celebrated in bookstores and on college campuses. Welcome, once again, the memorable voices and unique pleasures of Best American Poetry. Featuring: Margaret Atwood Sally Ball Catherine Bowman Stephanie Brown Lewis Buzbee Cathleen Calbert Rafael Campo William Carpenter Nicholas Christopher Jane Cooper James Cummins Olena Kalytiak Davis Lynn Emanuel Elaine Equi Irving Feldman Donald Finkel Aaron Fogel Richard Frost Allen Ginsberg Peter Gizzi Jody Gladding Elton Glaser Albert Goldbarth Beckian Fritz Goldberg Laurence Goldstein Barbara Guest Marilyn Hacker Judith Hall Anthony Hecht Edward Hirsch Janet Holmes Andrew Hudgins T.R. Hummer Brigit Pegeen Kelly Karl Kirchwey Carolyn Kizer Wayne Koestenbaum John Koethe Yusef Komunyakaa Maxine Kumin Lisa Lewis Rachel Loden Robert Hill Long James Longenbach Gail Mazur J. D. McClatchy Heather McHugh Susan Musgrave Charles North Geoffrey O'Brien Jacqueline Osherow Molly Peacock Carl Phillips Marie Ponsot Bin Ramke Katrina Roberts Michael J. Rosen Kay Ryan Mary Jo Salter Tony Sanders Stephen Sandy Grace Schulman Robyn Selman Alan Shapiro Reginald Shepherd Anglea Sorby Laurel Trivelpiece Paul Violi Arthur Vogelsang David Wagoner Charles H. Webb Ed Webster David Wojahn Jay Wright Stephen Yenser
📒Alan Crawley And Contemporary Verse ✍ Joan McCullagh
✏Alan Crawley and Contemporary Verse Book Summary : Little magazines like Alan Crawley's Contemporary Verse are the life blood of literary culture. They provide an ongoing forum in which both well established and new poets can experiment and present their latest work, and it is often with the little magazines, therefore, that litearary change and oringiality have their beginnings. In this book Joan McCullagh shows how, between 1941 and 1952, the magazine charted the establishment of modernism in Canadian poetry by publishing, even before 1947, the largest, most impressive, and most representative collection of early forties' poetry in the country. Her extensive quotation from the hitherto unbpublished correspondence between Crawley and nearly every major poet of the forties also shows how important and valued a literary influence Crawley himself was as a critic and advisor behind the scenes.
📒Stolen Reflections ✍ Anangsha Alammyan
✏Stolen Reflections Book Summary : Stolen reflections trapped in those viscid waters of memory that but falters - dark, yet swirling bright enough to get you through the night.
✏The M gha d ta or Cloud messenger a poem in the Sankrit language Book Summary :