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Scattered Chapters: New & Selected Poems #2020

Scattered Chapters New Selected Poems Baron Wormser is a beautiful writer of the meditative narrative poem in the compassionate and lucid style of Frost Hayden Carruth and Donald Hall Like those writers his poems dignify rural lives b

  • Title: Scattered Chapters: New & Selected Poems
  • Author: Baron Wormser
  • ISBN: 9781932511611
  • Page: 244
  • Format: Paperback
  • Scattered Chapters: New & Selected Poems By Baron Wormser, Baron Wormser is a beautiful writer of the meditative narrative poem in the compassionate and lucid style of Frost, Hayden Carruth, and Donald Hall Like those writers, his poems dignify rural lives, but also explore the national soul with particularly American integrity and frankness Conversational, civilizing, thoughtful, and often funny, too, there are many extraord Baron Wormser is a beautiful writer of the meditative narrative poem in the compassionate and lucid style of Frost, Hayden Carruth, and Donald Hall Like those writers, his poems dignify rural lives, but also explore the national soul with particularly American integrity and frankness Conversational, civilizing, thoughtful, and often funny, too, there are many extraordinary poems in these Scattered Chapters Tony HoaglandBaron Wormser is the author of seven books of poetry, a collection of short stories, and a memoir He directs the Frost Place Conference and teaches in the Stonecoast MFA Program He served as Poet Laureate of Maine and now lives in Vermont.

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    1. One of the best narrative poets in the country This Selected compliation has heat on nearly every page Wormser s poems have humor and wit, never at the expense of seriousness A must read when so many poets doubt the nature of story.

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