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by Stefanie Marlis

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ISBN:
1889330116
Author:
Stefanie Marlis
Category:
Poetry
Language:
English
Publisher:
Sarabande Books; 1st edition (April 1, 1998)
Pages:
64 pages
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1569 kb
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1966 kb
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rife is Stefanie Marlis's most complex book, her most experimental. It spins faster on postmodern prayerwheels. Stefanie Marlis has exceptional talent in both metaphor and revelation; her images subtly build into fresh vision

rife is Stefanie Marlis's most complex book, her most experimental. The title poem is one of a series of 'definition' poems, poems that seem to spark off the dictionary and its 'free play of signifiers. And these poems have an open-ended, indeterminate quality that feels new in her work. Stefanie Marlis has exceptional talent in both metaphor and revelation; her images subtly build into fresh vision more.

In RIFE, Stefanie Marlis reveals a mind remarkably equipped for the world's abundant variety. Marlis considers a dizzying array of stimuli including skunks, luckless moths, tumors, planets, and sugar, as well as words themselves. With rapt attention, she makes explicit the importance of each part to the whole. Here is an optimistic and compassionate second collection by a former Brittingham Prize winner. Marlis investigates metraphysical questions by probing ordinary experience

You let us down Mr. Mueller. You saw obstruction and washed your hands of it.

In her second collection of poetry, Stefanie Marlis reveals a mind remarkably equipped for the world's abundant variety

In her second collection of poetry, Stefanie Marlis reveals a mind remarkably equipped for the world's abundant variety. With rapt attention, she considers a dizzying array of stimuli, including skunks, luckless moths, tumors, and planets. Words themselves are examined in a witty and unusual series of poems that take dictionary definitions one step further. Here, give me your finger," these poems seem to say, "feel the halo around each letter.

Book's title: Rife : poems Stefanie Marlis. Library of Congress Control Number: 97010568. Marlis investigates metraphysical questions by probing ordinary experience. International Standard Book Number (ISBN): 1889330116 (cloth : alk. paper). International Standard Book Number (ISBN): 1889330124 (pbk. : alk. In poems agitated by personal loss, others' misfortune, and the precariousness of grace, she poses faith as worry's opposite, offering examples of beauty, love, and joy. Her restless, sometimes playful curiosity surprises the reader into an altered awareness of possibility. Download Rife : poems Stefanie Marlis. leave here couple of words about this book: Tags

Stefanie Marlis is the author of four collections of poetry: Slow Joy (University of Wisconsin Press, 1989), rife (Sarabande Books . They are damaging to the process of fiction writing. When I sit down to write a poem, I usually have some vague idea or image in my head, but not much more.

Stefanie Marlis is the author of four collections of poetry: Slow Joy (University of Wisconsin Press, 1989), rife (Sarabande Books, 1998), fine (Apogee Press, 2000), and cloudlife (Apogee Press, 2005). The recipient of an NEA fellowship, the Joseph Henry Jackson Award, and the Brittingham Prize, among other awards, she works as a freelance copywriter. I put my fingers to the keyboard and let go. I find myself toggling back and forth between the two sides of my brain.

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This book is a series of doors that all lead back to the poems themselves, and it will likely be. .

This book is a series of doors that all lead back to the poems themselves, and it will likely be used in classrooms across America. At least I hope so. ―Gibson Fay-LeBlanc, Bookforum. Drawing on endlessly deep wells of enthusiasm and acuity, The Poem Is You offers not so much a sequence of explanations as a series of invitations: Burt is more intent on describing how to think about a particular poem than on telling us what to think. Unpredictable yet unfailingly useful, The Poem Is You is a joyous book. James Longenbach, author of The Virtues of Poetry. This is a splendid book.

An optimistic and compassionate second collection by a former Brittingham Prize winner.