Poetry, Literary Essays & Letters
Hardbound. Louise Glück is the author of eleven books of poems and a collection of essays. Her many awards include the Pulitzer Prize, the National Book Critics Circle Award, the Bollingen Prize, and the Wallace Stevens Award from the Academy of American Poets. She teaches at Yale University and lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
A beautiful book about the love of reading for all those who love to read.
Bradbury Speaks: Too Soon from the Cave, Too Far from the Stars. Essays on the Past, the Future, and Everything in Between. Collected between these covers are memories, ruminations, opinions, prophecies, and philosophies from one of the most influential and admired writers of our time.
Introduction by Martin Green.
Edited by Bradford Morrow. Published by Bard College. A must read for anyone interested in contemporary fiction, poetry, and drama.
Studies in the Portuguese, Brazilian, Sephardic, and Hispanic Oral Traditions (SUNY series in Latin American and Iberian Thought and Culture).
Bilingual Edition. Foreword by Benilda S. Santos. Afterword by V.E. Carmelo D. Nadera, Jr.
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Edited by Christopher Ricks. The controversial collection of early poems that has been hailed by critics around the world as the most insightful Eliot work ever published.
Edited by Clara Rilke. Translated from the German by Joel Agee.
Whether youâ€™re six, sixty-six, or anywhere in between, this enchanting collection of verses about Christopher Robin and, of course, Winnie-the-Pooh, will enchant.
Hardbound. Poetry Speaks features the work of the most influential writers in modern poetry-written and performed-from 1892 to 1997. This book combines their most significant poems in print with the authors themselves reading their poetry on audio CD. Poets range from Alfred, Lord Tennyson, Walt Whitman, T.S. Eliot and Dorothy Parker to Langston Hughes, Allen Ginsberg, Sylvia Plath and Gwendolyn Brooks.
A remarkable, sumptuously illustrated exploration of the interplay between fiction and portraits, between novelist and artist â€“ by the acclaimed Booker Prize winner.
This collection of sixty-one new poems, the most ever in a single volume of Oliver’s work, includes an entirely new direction in the poet’s work: a cycle of eleven linked love poems—a dazzling achievement.
Hardbound, signed. To read Diane Ackerman's A Natural History of the Senses is to dive headlong into a sensuous feast. These delightful, inspired essays on the five senses- smell, touch, vision, hearing, taste- mixbiology, psychology, history, anthropology, and poetry into voluptuous prose.
Here are sixty of Charles Simic's best known poems, collected to celebrate his appointment as the fifteenth Poet Laureate of the United States.
Winner of the Pulitzer Prize. That Little Something is a superb collection, and Simic is a pivotal voice for our time.
Timeless Poems by Snooki, John Boehner, Kanye West and other well-versed celebrities.
Out-of-Print. Hard-to-find 1990 edition. Edited by Jorie Graham.