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Jorie Graham Essays on the Poetry

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ISBN-10: 0299203247

ISBN-13: 9780299203245

Edition: 2005

Authors: Thomas Gardner

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Jorie Graham is one of the most important American poets now writing. This first book-length study brings together thirteen previously published essays and review essays by many of the major critics currently interested in her work and five new essays commissioned for this volume. Commenting on each of Graham's eight poetry collections, these essays encompass the range of critical thought that her work has attracted, both surveying it broadly and engaging closely with individual poems. These essays identify three broad concerns that run through each of her strikingly different volumes of poems: the movement of the mind in action, the role of the body in experiencing the world, and the…    
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Book details

Copyright year: 2005
Publisher: University of Wisconsin Press
Publication date: 6/27/2005
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 316
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.946
Language: English

Thomas J. Gardner is a proven author and widely respected practicing attorney with more than fifty years of experience, including several years as an assistant district attorney in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Mr. Gardner received his law degree from Marquette Law School.

Jorie Graham : art and erosion (1992)
from Countering culture : review of Materialism (1994)
from Postlyrically yours : review of Materialism (1994)
Jorie Graham : the moment of excess (1995)
Iconoclasm in the poetry of Jorie Graham (1995)
Listening for a divine word : review of The errancy (1997)
Jorie Graham's Big hunger (1997)
from Exquisite disjunctions, exquisite arrangements : Jorie Graham's "strangeness of strategy" (1998)
from Jorie Graham's incandescence (1999)
from Breaking and making : review of Swarm (2000)
To feel an idea : review of Swarm (2001)
Indigo, cyanine, beryl : review of Never (2003)
Jorie Graham's����s (2003)
The place of Jorie Graham
Jorie Graham listening
The speaking subject in/me : gender and ethical subjectivity in the poetry of Jorie Graham
"Tell them no" : Jorie Graham's poems of adolescence