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Poems for Jane

by Alex Comfort

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Published by Crown Publishers in New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementAlex Comfort.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPR6005.O388 P58
The Physical Object
Pagination71 p. ;
Number of Pages71
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4399865M
ISBN 100517537931
ISBN 109780517537930
LC Control Number79000659
OCLC/WorldCa4664654

As we wake in another, searching for sense and stability, practicing the practice of life within chaos theory, I asked Jane to read for us one of the most beautiful and perspectival poems from this miraculous book — a poem of consolation by way of calibration; an invitation to broaden our perspective — scientific, temporal, and humanistic. “Jennifer Habel’s Book of Jane is quietly spectacular, and here, much as the poet says in the long final poem ‘big ambitions require small frames.’ These poems are formally inventive and various—one performs erasures of the first Dick and Jane books, another uses Microsoft Word track changes to note subtext, to self-correct (in the.

“A new volume of poems by acclaimed poet Jane Hirshfield is an event. After reading the poems in Ledger—a capacious, varied volume—it seems as if ordinary life is richer and deeper than before A Hirshfield poem is an exercise in opening the self.   Published by Aldrich Press in January , Martinez’s The Jane and Bertha in Me is a collection of poems, all in homage to Bronte’s most famous novel, Jane Eyre. One of the book’s poems, “St. John Rivers Pops the Question,” was nominated for a Pushcart Prize.

  Poet Jane Hirshfield writes prose about humanity and our planet while pondering the crises of refugees, justice, and climate in her new book of poems. by Jane Hirshfield, on Ma The following is an excerpt from Ledger by Jane Hirshfield. 25 beautiful and meaningful pieces of poetry and prose, each of which has been selected to help you find the words you need to say goodbye. Our lives are made up of greetings and goodbyes – and Author: Kayleigh Dray.


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