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How to read a poem-- and start a poetry circle

Author: Molly Peacock
Publisher: New York : Riverhead Books, 1999.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Through her discussion of thirteen poems ,some contemporary, others ancient , some well known.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Molly Peacock
ISBN: 1573221287 9781573221283
OCLC Number: 40543170
Description: 209 p. ; 21 cm.
Contents: 1. The Letter O ... Talismans ... Teachers ... A Calling ... And Friends --
2. The Three Systems of a Poem --
3. A Comfort Poem: "Let Evening Come" by Jane Kenyon --
4. A Queen Sends an SOS: "Wulf and Eadwacer" by an anonymous woman of the Middle Ages --
5. Self-Portraits: "Women's Locker Room" by Marilyn Nelson and "I Am" by John Clare --
6. Melancholy Deluxe: "No Worst, There Is None" by Gerard Manley Hopkins --
7. Woman on a Quest: "Question" by May Swenson --
8. Sex Behind a Jeweled Curtain: "To the Tune 'Cutting a Flowering Plum Branch'" by Li Ch'ing-chao --
9. A Bedtime Story: "Talking in Bed" by Philip Larkin --
10. Letters from Two Fathers: "My Father's Loveletters" by Yusef Komunyakaa and "Letters & Other Worlds" by Michael Ondaatje --
11. Taking a Bite: "Asparagus" by Margaret Atwood --
12. Joy: "Filling Station" by Elizabeth Bishop --
13. The Shimmering Verge: A Coda: "The Fare" by Molly Peacock --
14. How to Start a Poetry Circle --
15. Picks for Poetry Circles
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