Advocates of Poetry, a Reader of American Poet Critics, Modernist Era (c)
After the Reunion is an intensely lyrical collection of love poems and elegies from "the most expansive and moving poet to come out of the American Midwest since James Wright," as Marilyn Hacker has described him. In these quiet, powerful, and eloquent poems, David Baker explores the kinship of love to loss, discovering that each is an inevitable component of the other. The final movement of the book is a unification of these two modes and becomes a celebration of continuities, kinships, and renewals.
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AN ONTOLOGICAL CRITIC
FREUDAND THE ANALYSIS OF POETRY
SOME NOTES ON POPULAR AND UNPOPULAR ART
TENSION IN POETRY
THE AUDIBLE READING OF POETRY
PURE AND IMPURE POETRY
REFLECTIONS ON POETRY AND THE ROLE OF THE POET
THE ISOLATION OF MODERN POETRY
POETS CRITICS AND READERS
HOW DOES A POEM MEAN?
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