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BeschreibungA collection of poems by the author who is the recipient of a 1994 Whiting Writers' Award and also the author of "Turtle, Swan" and "Bethlehem in Broad Daylight".
Pressestimmen"It's difficult to choose a single poem from this marvelous book ... so many are radiant creations, virtuoso rhapsodies capable of transforming ordinary despair into something dazzling, like a flock of butterflies turning in sunlight." -- Rita Dove, Poet's Choice, Washington Post Book World "Doty is at the height of his powers in these beautiful and important poems."--Diann Blakely Shoaf, Harvard Review "Doty's poems elegize the past and ready us for future grief, focusing intensely on the anticipated death of his lover from AIDS."--Tony Whedon, Poetry East "An understated, unflinching look at life in the face of death. The poems are as courageously elegant as the achievement is grand."--from the National Book Critics Circle Citation "You'll read it again and again, and you will not lend it out as much as you give it."--Alexander Chee, San Francisco Review of Books "Though AIDS is a pervasive metaphor, the crystalline sensibility and breathtaking beauty of these poems is redemptive."--Marjorie Lewellyn Marks, Los Angeles Times Book Review "Doty is at the height of his powers in these beautiful and important poems."--Diann Blakely Shoaf, Harvard Review
Untertitel: 'National Poetry Series Books ('. New. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: UNIV OF ILLINOIS PR
Erscheinungsdatum: Januar 1993
Seitenanzahl: 112 Seiten