AFP Podcast: Episode 37 - May 1, 2017
The Babys Own Aesop: 56 Aesop fables for kids. Walter Crane. Rimbaud - A Season In Hell. Arthur Rimbaud.
Electric Light. Seamus Heaney. Christine Ammer. Elegiac Feelings American: Poetry. Gregory Corso. Horse Tails: History and Beyond, part 1. Sue Weaver. Songs of Exotic Birds. Merle Fischlowitz. In Time Like Air. May Sarton. Where the Terror Lies. Chantel Lavoie. Laura Mechem. George Whipple.
The Country of Marriage. Wendell Berry.
Water-Borne Diseases: Cholera and Dysentery: Introduction
Calico Pie. Miles Kelly.
A Woman Without a Country. Eavan Boland. New and Selected Poems Carl Dennis. Joanna Klink. One Secret Thing. Sharon Olds. Mr Toad. Mount Lebanon. Karl Kirchwey. The Hour Glass. William Butler Yeats.
Jonathan Bate. Paul Muldoon.
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Are you sure you would like to remove these items from your wishlist? Remove From Wishlist Cancel. With just the proper mix of "break" and "fray," Waterborne 's opening [End Page ] poem, "Eyes Like Leeks," quickly captures a reader's attention from its cadenced and intriguing first sentence: "It had almost nothing to do with sex. However, it is Gregerson's stunning use of language, not style, that compels the reader, once invited, to continue reading.
Poems slip seamlessly, nearly effortlessly, between formal language and a more relaxed dialogue based upon the rich, deliberate speech of Gregerson's childhood hometown. The latter sounds remarkably crisp and natural to the reader's ear, as if it were lifted directly from a life encounter. As well as extracting beauty from everyday language, Gregerson also renders ordinary subjects remarkable.
Like the "largely implicit" river of the collection's title poem, Gregerson's verse moves with both grace and urgency. Waterborne is beau-tiful, a captivating and compelling marriage of form and meaning. Project MUSE promotes the creation and dissemination of essential humanities and social science resources through collaboration with libraries, publishers, and scholars worldwide.