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Poetry
  • Author:
    Jean Valentine
  • ISBN:
    1932511687
  • ISBN13:
    978-1932511680
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  • Publisher:
    Sarabande Books; Eighth Edition edition (January 1, 2009)
  • Pages:
    32 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Poetry
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Lucy: A Poem (Quarternote. Author of over a dozen poetry collections, Jean Valentine won the Yale Younger Poets Award for her first book in 1965, and subsequent collections have won the The PSA's Shelley Memorial Prize in 2000 and the National Book Award in 2004. She has taught at Sarah Lawrence College, NYU, Columbia, and the 92nd Street Y in Manhattan. Series: Quarternote Chapbook Series (Book 8).

Lucy, your secret book, that you leaned over and wrote just in the dirt-, Not having to have an ending, Not having to last. And so begins Jean Valentine's provocative new work, 'Lucy', a poem that pays homage to the three million-year-old skeleton of the earliest known hominid.

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Lucy: A Poem (Quarternote Chapbook Series)

Lucy: A Poem (Quarternote Chapbook Series). 1932511687 (ISBN13: 9781932511680). This was nice, though. rather scanty too. Maybe that's the lesson I learned here-you don't have to spell it all out when you write a poem. The reader must engage also.

The Lucy poems are a series of five poems composed by the English Romantic poet William Wordsworth (1770–1850) between 1798 and 1801.

Keeper of Limits: The Mrs. Cavendish Poems (Quarternote Chapbook Series), Stephen Dunn. Lucy, Jean Valentine. Catherine's Laughter, . Williams.

Jean Valentine, Lucy, Quarternote Chapbook Series Sarabande Books

Jean Valentine, Lucy, Quarternote Chapbook Series Sarabande Books. I am a crazed chapbook advocate and this one from newly-minted Bollingen Prize-winner is a handsome volume that takes its title from the . million year old skeleton. One long poem, spare and haunting. A. Hyatt Verrill, Strange Sea Shells and Their Stories (1936) and his Strange Insects (1938)-both books written for children.

Jean Valentine Poems. Her first book, Dream Barker, won the Yale Series of Younger Poets competition in 1965. To Plath, To Sexton So what use was poetry to a white empty. Dream Barker We met for supper in your flat-bottomed boat. Jean Valentine is an American poet, and currently the New York State Poet (2008–2010). Her poetry collection, Door in the Mountain: New and Collected Poems, 1965–2003, was awarded the 2004 National Book Award for Poetry.

Louisville, KY: Sarabande Books, 2009. Jean Valentine reads "Poem for Reginald Shepherd". Jean Valentine Papers Schlesinger Library, Radcliffe Institute, Harvard University. Vermont College of Fine Arts - Faculty

Louisville, KY: Sarabande Books, 2009. Vermont College of Fine Arts - Faculty. The New Yorker Poetry Hawkins Stable by Jean Valentine March 9, 2009. Harper's Magazine Poem: Forces by Jean Valentine. Library of Congress Online Catalog: Jean Valentine. The MacDowell Colony Index of Fellows. Lannan Foundation Past Residents.

Find and follow posts tagged jean valentine on Tumblr. Impossible, sometimes. Jean Valentine, Sanctuary from Door in the Mountain: New and Collected Poems, 1965-2003 (Wesleyan University Press, 2004). Valentine in the Mountain

Find and follow posts tagged jean valentine on Tumblr. Valentine in the Mountain

Lucy / your secret book / that you leaned over and wrote just in the dirt— / Not having to have an ending / Not having to last. . . .

And so begins Jean Valentine’s provocative new work, Lucy, a poem that pays homage to the three million-year-old skeleton of the earliest known hominid. With a deep sense of gratitude and profound longing, this poem celebrates the creative power of the female by introducing us to one of our oldest human ancestors. In a dreamlike and often fractured syntax that is vintage Valentine, Lucy, the “wildgood mother” of our species, can once again be heard.


6snake6
so effing weird. had to buy for a poetry class (i was an english major, despite the way this post looks). don't recommend.
showtime
Great!