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Title:From the New World: Poems 1976-2014
Price:GBP£20.00 (about USD$25.00)
Category:Poetry
ISBN:0062315404
Item ID:TP01-91569
Quantity:1
Publisher:HarperCollins Publishers Inc, New York, 2015
Edition:First
Binding:Hardback
Condition:Near Fine
Dust Jacket:Near Fine
HarperCollins Publishers Inc, 2015, Hardback, Book Condition: Near Fine, Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine, First

White paper covered boards with dustwrapper. - Los Angeles Times Book Prize for Poetry An indispensable volume of poems, selected from almost four decades of work, that tracks the evolution of one of our most renowned contemporary poets, Pulitzer Prize-winner Jorie Graham. The Poetry Foundation has named Jorie Graham "one of the most celebrated poets of the American post-war generation." In 1996, her volume of poetry selected from her first five books, Dream of a Unified Field, won the Pulitzer Prize. Now, twenty years later, Graham returns with a new selection, this time from eleven volumes, including previously unpublished work, which, in its breathtaking overview, illuminates of the development of her remarkable poetry thus far. In From the New World - Poems 1976-2014, we can witness the unfolding of Graham's signature ethical and eco-political concerns, as well as her deft exploration of mythology, history, love and, increasingly, love of the world in a time of crisis. As the work evolves, the depth of compassion grows - gradually transforming, widening and expanding her extraordinary formal resources and her inimitable style. These pages present a brilliant portrait one of the major voices of American contemporary poetry. As critic Calvin Bedient says, "If Graham has proved oversized as a poet in the field of contemporary poetry, it is because she continually recalls the great Western tradition of philosophical and religious inquiry . . . tenaciously thinking and feeling her way through layer after layer of perception, like no poet before her." Size: Octavo. 384 pages. Category: Poetry; Poetry Books; Poetry; Individual poets; ISBN: 0062315404. ISBN/EAN: 9780062315403. Dewey Code: 811.54.
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