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Collected Poems (Larkin)

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Finally, I mostly read this book because I was accused of being misogynistic due to the lack of women authors I have read. The poems came only when she was in the midst of something, whether internal or external. Whereas the work of other poets of Plath's era, and certainly before, can still touch me in the current moment, as living documents, the majority of this volume felt artifactual, archeological. Ma quelle cose facevano parte di me. Through her alluring language, Dove has long made the exceedingly difficult seem effortless; each poem here is a testament to her brilliance. Big Collecteds tend to be the poetic equivalents of cenotaphs and mausoleums, a variety of funerary art, even when honoring a writer still very much alive. A new edition of selected poems.

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Collected Poems by W. H. Auden

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Forse l'oblio, come una neve gentile, avrebbe dovuto attutire e coprire tutto. About Graywolf Press Graywolf Press is a leading independent publisher committed to the discovery and energetic publication of twenty-first century American and international literature. Listen to her reading her poems. I will return to this. Her choice of words, even in prose, dance through your mind and are hard to forget.

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Collected Poems (Larkin)

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From the Trade Paperback edition. The plot parallels Plath's experience interning at Mademoiselle magazine and subsequent mental breakdown and suicide attempt. I am not a tree with my root in the soil Sucking up minerals and motherly love So that each March I may gleam into leaf, Nor am I the beauty of a garden bed Attracting my share of Ahs and spectacularly painted, Unknowing I must soon unpetal. Los poemas de Sylvia Plath son como las cicatrices, escritos en tinta indeleble. Even the most trivial occurrences give her the chance to journey through reality: working in her orchard, a short vacation on the lakeside, returning to her hometown are something more and something different than that, the start of a journey to an unknown, unexpected destination. La desolación habla a través de los versos de Sylvia.

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Collected Poems by W. H. Auden

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While this sounds mundane, her choice of words and tempo make a hauntingly beautiful poem. She is notorious for many things, her honesty, her imagery, and the way she took her own I am fascinated by insanity, instability, depression. I also loved her book of unabridged journals. Each poem has a beautiful life of its own, but together as an anthology, the poems show Plath's true heart, fickle, angry, passionate, uninhibited. A cross section of his work was published in 1958 as The Langston Hughes Reader. Her work is good, and not about suicide or sad things at all.

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Collected Poems

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And then, once again, it's back to the emotional Plath -- phrases that crush your head both because they are so well wrought and also because you know exactly what she was talking about. What would be known as the 'Paris - New York Shift' had established a new cultural polarity, a dichotomy between European intellectualism and American avant-garde; Plath was brave enough to cross that border and explore the unknown territory spreading in front of her. Edited by the poet Alice Notley, Berrigan's second wife, and their two sons, The Collected Poems demonstrates the remarkable range, power, and importance of Berrigan's work. And I have, and it was brilliant. The poet often identifies with any sort of creature living and dying in the darkness: moles, worms, the roots of flowers and plants. This could end in truly deadly results or, even worse, a failed attempt to make a joke out of this shameful incident at future family gatherings or while hanging out with friends. The revision covers all the poems published in Princeton's earlier bilingual edition, George Seferis: Collected Poems expanded edition, 1981.

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Collected Poems (Lovecraft)

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I walk among them, but none of them are noticing. Only Byron may be as difficult in seperating the personality from the work, and with him we at least have a good bit of time since the works were actually written. I don't know, after sobering up, her words are a bit clamoured together and read densely. I think, in part, this is due to a certain experience I had in reading, as if this were a history book or a chronicle rather than a work of literature. But also, these poems are about everything.

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The Collected Poems by Sylvia Plath

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Sylvia Plath is a very powerful poet, who can turn an ordinary experience into a thunderstorm of emotions. I had such a great time reading this book while I was out relaxing in a cabin in the woods. No soy un árbol con las raíces en la tierra absorbiendo minerales y amor materno para que cada marzo florezcan las hojas, ni soy la belleza del jardín de llamativos colores que atrae exclamaciones de admiración ignorando que pronto perderá sus pétalos. They are all haunting, but my thoughts keep coming back to two in particular. Each gesture flees immediately down an alley Of diminishing perspectives, and its significance Drains like water out the hole at the far end. Jane Kenyon is considered one of America's best contemporary poets.

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Collected Poems by Clive James

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I've sought several other complete works since stumbling across this one. Read every word she gives. I've taught this collection at A Level and it was a challenging yet enlightening experience. The lyric beauty of Dove's poems makes them unforgettable; their deep knowledge of history and its ongoing consequences makes them permanent. I felt like I was about to explode.

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Collected Poems of W. B. Yeats

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Over and over the old, granular movie Exposes embarrassments‚ÄĒthe mizzling days Of childhood and adolescence, sticky with dreams, Pare Here's my favorite poem from this book: The night is only a sort of carbon paper, Blueblack, with the much-poked periods of stars Letting in the light, peephole after peephole ‚ÄĒ A bonewhite light, like death, behind all things. What am I getting at? And one of its most friendly. For how angry, destructive and wrenching these poems are they also set the reader free, and that's why I keep coming back to them. I don't always understand how her construction works. What we need is an edition of selected poems, not simply Ariel in one form or another, that judiciously picks from all the work, surrenders biography to anything other than a note on the author, and keeps Ted Hughes many arm lengths away with all due respect, sir. She stuck her head in an oven and killed herself.

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