- Author:Grace Schulman
- Publisher:Princeton University Press (December 21, 1976)
- Pages:66 pages
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Burn down the Icons, Princeton University Press (Princeton, NJ), 1976
Burn down the Icons, Princeton University Press (Princeton, NJ), 1976. Hemispheres, Sheep Meadow Press (New York, NY), 1984.
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Grace Schulman (born Grace Jan Waldman, 1935, New York City) is an American . Princeton University Press (Princeton, NJ), 1976.
Grace Schulman (born Grace Jan Waldman, 1935, New York City) is an American poet. She received the 2016 Frost Medal for Distinguished Lifetime Achievement in American Poetry, awarded by the Poetry Society of America. In 2019, she was inducted as member of the American Academy of Arts and Letters. American Solitude", Poetry Foundation. Balm in Gilead", Poetry Foundation.
Grace Schulman - Grace Schulman is the author of several poetry collections, including Without a Claim .
The Unstill Ones: Poems (Princeton Series of Contemporary Poets). The quiet rural boys and men of Smith’s poems want neither colorful escape nor radical transformation, though their hard lives speak to our social system to. .They want to make do, get by, as disillusioned adults, and they find it harder than it should be, in part because farm life has always been hard, in part because much of America does not see, or does not want to see, them.
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Princeton series of contemporary poets. Returning Your Call, by Leonard Nathan Sadness and Happiness, by Robert Pinsky Burn Down the Icons, by Grace Schulman Reservations, by James Richardson. Other books in the series. Unauthenticated Download Date 1/8/20 3:56 AM.
Grace Schulman (born 1935) is an American poet and academic. Schulman was born in New York City. At age 14 she sent a poem to poet Marianne Moore, sparking a long and influential friendship. She would later write her P. dissertation on Moore. 72. Author Biography. Commended for Los Angeles Times Book Prize in Poetry 2015. Short-listed for Library Journal 's Best Books of the Year: Poetry 2015. Princeton University Press. The author of two previous books of poetry in English, My Funeral Gondola and Water the Moon, she also writes and translates in French and Chinese. Country of Publication.
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