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Readers won't easily trace Edna St. Vincent Millay's personal life in this collection.
How is it that the poems of a 17th-century aristocrat still resonate with us?
Need a book to replenish your political and spiritual imagination this election season? I recommend Adrienne Rich's Collected Poems.
"I've learned a lot from working with trees. More important, I've worked with people on imagining how to love each other."
This slim volume of poetry gives voice to the women of the Bible, named and unnamed.
The reversals in this book aren’t easy. There is nothing sentimental or giddy about them. They are real. They are ordinary.
Williams was at once theologian, mystic, poet, novelist, editor, playwright, and critic, not to mention (possibly) a living Anglican saint.
This collection is suffused with one of poetry’s most fundamental aims: making meaning out of suffering and loss.