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eBook Mose (Wesleyan Poetry Series) ePub

by Loren Graham

  • ISBN: 0819522155
  • Category: Poetry
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Loren Graham
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Wesleyan University Press (January 27, 1995)
  • Pages: 66
  • ePub book: 1489 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1242 kb
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  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 924

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A striking interplay of content and style makes this book-length narrative poem a wrenching, compelling tale

A striking interplay of content and style makes this book-length narrative poem a wrenching, compelling tale. A striking interplay of content and style makes this book-length narrative poem a wrenching, compelling tale.

Christ, the male and female body, genetic cloning,and the return to form in poetry- using langauge that is at timesdelicate and sensitive and others graphic and specific.

It isnot for the faint of stomach. Beasley explores contemporary issuessuch as the. Christ, the male and female body, genetic cloning,and the return to form in poetry- using langauge that is at timesdelicate and sensitive and others graphic and specific.

Mose (Wesleyan Poetry) . 0819512206 (ISBN13: 9780819512208). Professor Graham specializes in the history of science and the study of contemporary science and technology in Russia. In addition to history of science, he has also written a popular book on Native American history (A Face in the Rock) and a memoir (Moscow Stories) which describes his youth in the United States and his adventures in Russia. He has also been a strong supporter of human rights and scholarship. Books by Loren R. Graham. Mor. rivia About Mose.

This is an electric volume of poetry. Donald Revell is extremely well known in poetry for his translations and criticisms, but I had no idea of his actual intensity as a poet.

by. Donald Revell (Author). This is an electric volume of poetry. Erasures" covers just about every ground a poet can manage without the intensity abating at all. Everything from mass shootings to the Old Testament prophet Jeremiah are versified electrically.

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Loren R. Graham (born June 29, 1933, in Hymera, Indiana) is a noted American historian of science, particularly science in Russia. He was a participant in one of the first academic exchange programs between the United States and the Soviet Union, studying at Moscow University in 1960-61.

Since his celebrated first book of poetry, Peter Gizzi has been hailed as. .John Ashbery’s second book, The Tennis Court Oaths, first published by Wesleyan in 1962, remains a touchstone of contemporary avant-garde poetry.

Since his celebrated first book of poetry, Peter Gizzi has been hailed as one of the most significant and distinctive voices writing today. Gathered from over five collections, and representing close to twenty-five years of work, the poems in this generous selection strike a dynamic balance of honesty, emotion, intellectual depth and otherworldly resonance-in Gizzi’s work, poetry itself becomes a primary ground of human experience. John Ashbery writes like no one else among contemporary American poets.

this look between us. Through her collections of poetry, Graham’s distinctive style has evolved to accommodate both new kinds of experience and new kinds of reading

this look between us. Through her collections of poetry, Graham’s distinctive style has evolved to accommodate both new kinds of experience and new kinds of reading. A poem is a private story, after all, no matter how apparently public. The reader is always overhearing a confession. Graham’s interest in the reader’s experience of her work, and the power of poetry to reshape perceptions of the world, runs through all her books.

Extra info for Trans (Wesleyan Poetry Series). Show sample text content. Oh, enable her head fill with Greek Owls, her mouth with honey wine.

Stonewall: Breaking Out in the Fight for Gay Rights. Extra info for Trans (Wesleyan Poetry Series). enable his palms cup the keys, the air of the studio filling with sound, the crunch of cornflakes, the sift of uncooked sugar at the tongue, the nice chords.

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Comments

Gavikelv Gavikelv
This is perhaps the most gripping book of poetry you'll ever read. It's a great place for someone who thinks they don't like poetry to start reading, because it has the pacing and tension of a thriller; it'll make a believer out of the most reluctant of readers. But for people who already love poetry, it offers even more reward: an incredible fusion of the form with the theme. Mose undergoes such severe tests and agonies; everywhere those emotions are echoed in line-breaks, fractured sentences, and a growing sense of loss and Mose's shattering mental state. The structure is incredible; the poems are numbered in the days that remain of Mose's jail sentence, so they grow smaller even as time continues forward, meanwhile in Mose's mind, we move ever backwards towards the crisis that put him where he is. It makes time seem to collapse. This book is astonishing.
Grotilar Grotilar
MOSE is a terrific narrative poem. I've taught it to several classes of undergraduates, most of whom have not been big fans of poetry, and they have been consistently enthusiastic. Poetry skeptics will be moved by the story's complex and ambiguous blend of love, religion, crime, and loneliness. Poetry lovers will be impressed by Loren Graham's skillful and effective use of language. This book deserves a large audience. (I've also long had the feeling that it would make a good opera.)