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Names : poems

Author: Marilyn Hacker
Publisher: New York : W.W. Norton & Company, [2010] ©2010
Edition/Format:   Print book : Poetry : English : First editionView all editions and formats
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"Through a dozen books, Marilyn Hacker's poems have explored the rawness of human experience made significant because of its engagement with language, In Names, Hacker develops a dialogue between signal poetic voices - Anna Akhmatova, Mahmoud Darwish, Hayden Carruth - and contemporary writers, creating through intricate word play and forms both traditional and invented a startlingly rich, authentic tapestry of lives  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Poetry
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Marilyn Hacker
ISBN: 9780393072181 0393072185 9780393339673 039333967X
OCLC Number: 317919915
Description: 105 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: Lauds. Ghazal: In Summer --
Lauds --
Le Sancerre: July --
Ghazal: Across the Street --
Glose: A child, I knew how sweet departure was --
From O Caravels by Guy Goffette --
Friends and Daughters --
Pomegranate --
1953: The Bus to Menton --
The barricades along the avenue --
Ghazal: The Beloved --
For Kateb Yacine --
Ghazal: Waiting --
Glose: Willow --
For Anna Akhmatova --
Paragraph --
An Ocean Between Us. Ghazal: kana bahrun ma beini wa beiniki --
Lettera amorosa --
Ghazal: Myself --
Letter to Alfred Corn --
Ghazal: Style --
Letter to Hayden Carruth --
Glose: Sunday noon haze on the fruit-stalls of Belleville --
From The Year of the dargon by Emmanuel Moses --
Letter to Mimi Khalvati --
Ghazal: Nothing --
Names. From Diaspo/Renga --
For Despina --
Ghazal: dar al-harb --
Names --
Ghazal: min al-hobbi ma qatal --
Glose: Dumb heat, not snow, sheathes Paris in July --
From Nettles by Venus Khoury-Ghata --
Blasons. Ghazal: Disease --
Glose: Storm --
Storm by Claire Malroux --
Blasons --
Le Sancerre: September --
Paragraphs for Hayden --
Ghazal: Begin --
A Braid of Garlic.
Responsibility: Marilyn Hacker.
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