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  • Paperback
  • 128
  • Men Women and Ghosts
  • Debora Greger
  • English
  • 22 January 2019
  • 9780143114444

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    The book's atmosphere is spectral and its poems are typically lynch pinned by memory elegy or both continually se

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    As you know poetry must be read out loud to get the full impact of words painstakingly put together to form a story In Gregor's work this is n

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    I can't complain about these poems but can't rave about them either

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Men Women and Ghosts

E writes letters to Li Po and Tu Fu Shakespeare and Jane Austen always seeking out the beast that is man and the beast that is woman She explores both the remoteness of the past those radioactive fifties that were her childhood and the wei

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New from Debora Gregera special poet in every sense PoetryIn Men Women Kindle her eighth book of poetry Debora Greger travels not just the present but the past looking for some strange place to call home She takes a taxi to Stonehenge Sh

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Ght of itor better the responsibility of it These modern travelers talesmusing insistent marvelousplace one womans collection of pasts into a world inhabited by Horace Chekhov the bank vault of England and the giant octopus of Puget Sound

About the Author: Debora Greger

Men Women and Ghosts and her work has been Men Women Kindle - included in issues of Best American Poetry As a reviewer for Publishers Weekly observed Greger “rarely rejoices though she can surely console; her pruned back autumnal sensibility and her balanced lines suit the scenes she portrays” Her poetry has been included in six volumes of The Best American Poetry and she has exhibited her artwork at several galleries and museums across the country She also has a poem on Poetry in number Her work appeared in Paris Review The Nation Poetry and The New CriterionDebora Greger lives in Gainesville Florida and Cambridge England with her life partner the poet and critic.