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Some Jazz a While: COLLECTED POEMS #2020

Some Jazz a While COLLECTED POEMS Some Jazz a While the eagerly anticipated collected poems of one of America s best loved poets gathers Miller Williams s most representative work and adds some new pieces as well This generous colle

  • Title: Some Jazz a While: COLLECTED POEMS
  • Author: Miller Williams
  • ISBN: 9780252067747
  • Page: 138
  • Format: Paperback
  • Some Jazz a While: COLLECTED POEMS By Miller Williams, Some Jazz a While, the eagerly anticipated collected poems of one of America s best loved poets, gathers Miller Williams s most representative work and adds some new pieces as well This generous collection welcomes newcomers as well as longtime admirers of Williams s trademark style a compact and straightforward language, a masterful command of form, and an unsentimentalSome Jazz a While, the eagerly anticipated collected poems of one of America s best loved poets, gathers Miller Williams s most representative work and adds some new pieces as well This generous collection welcomes newcomers as well as longtime admirers of Williams s trademark style a compact and straightforward language, a masterful command of form, and an unsentimental approach to his subject matter Williams treats the mundane interchanges, the lingering uncertainties, the missed opportunities, and the familiar sense of loss that mark daily life with the surgeon s deft touch.

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    1. Former Poet Laureate Billy Collins credits Miller Williams with inspiring him, through the use of pointed criticism, to get serious about poetry This is Williams own collected poems His words are spare, restrained and clear, always crisp and awe inspiring Best of all, whether he writes of his own muddlements or the culture s monumental messes, his words never get in the way of his ideas, which are kind and wise.

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