Poetry

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“Words are like leaves; and where they most abound,Much fruit of sense is rarely found.” [Alexander Pope]After a lifetime of reading scientific treatises, my abiding enthusiasm for verses has only been enhanced – because they can come to the point in such an elegant and memorable way without a preponderance of explanatory words. I will leave it ...
“Words are like leaves; and where they mos...
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This book is in the Cambria Sinophone World Series (general editor: Victor H. Mair). *Includes rare color images. Chinese poetry, along with many other art forms in China, underwent a highly self-conscious transformation in the first decades of the twentieth century. Poetry, perhaps more than any other art form, did so under the heavy burden of ...
This book is in the Cambria Sinophone Worl...
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In 2007, when a new edition of the Oxford Junior Dictionary ― widely used in schools around the world ― was published, a sharp-eyed reader soon noticed that around forty common words concerning nature had been dropped. Apparently they were no longer being used enough by children to merit their place in the dictionary. The list of these “lost wor...
In 2007, when a new edition of the Oxford ...
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"The Physics of Love is all about connection, the star-stuff that intertwines mother and child, soul and stone, and the living and the dead-'all of us spinning against each other in the dark' and 'bumping into God' while we're at it. With surprising imagery and fearless spirituality, Kirchner blurs the border between heaven and earth, delighting...
"The Physics of Love is all about connecti...
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The author's strong voice resounds throughout this collection from the title poem to the final pages as he examines failed relationships and broken promises, exploring themes of despair, depression, and desire with an uncommon honesty and tenacity
The author's strong voice resounds through...
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In Wolf Moon Blood Moon, Ed Falco considers love and the loss of love, what we have today and what we remember of yesterday, the promise of youth and the disappointments and pleasures of aging. By turns whimsical, meditative, and poignant, these poems examine the joys and sorrows of living.The first section offers a meditation on loss, as the au...
In Wolf Moon Blood Moon, Ed Falco consider...

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