6 edition of Where poetry stands now. found in the catalog.
Where poetry stands now.
Henry Willis Wells
|LC Classifications||PS324 .W4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 81 p.|
|Number of Pages||81|
|LC Control Number||49003305|
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Mark Strand was recognized as one of the premier American poets of his generation as well as an accomplished editor, translator, and prose writer. The hallmarks of his style are precise language, surreal imagery, and the recurring theme of absence and negation; later collections investigate ideas of the self with pointed, often urbane wit. Welcome again to Poetry for the Summer. This blog is a poem from “a slow and sudden God: 40 years of wonder.” standing now, even uncertain of the future direction or the original foundation. life’s rather tricky, while certainty only appearing occasionally during the adventure. some assurance stands up and helps us rest and breathe deeply, calmly, while thoughts ramble from one side to.
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