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by Hilda Raz

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ISBN:
0819565032
Author:
Hilda Raz
Category:
Poetry
Language:
English
Publisher:
Wesleyan (October 17, 2001)
Pages:
108 pages
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1709 kb
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1340 kb
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1101 kb
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Rating:
4.3
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Winner of the Nebraska Center for the Book’s Nebraska Book Award for poetry (2002) This elegant and moving collection grew out of Hilda Raz's . Trans (Wesleyan Poetry Series) Paperback – October 17, 2001. by. Hilda Raz (Author).

Winner of the Nebraska Center for the Book’s Nebraska Book Award for poetry (2002) This elegant and moving collection grew out of Hilda Raz's experience with her son's journey to a transgender identity. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central.

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Trans (Wesleyan Poetry Series). December 22, 2016 admin. By Hilda Raz. This stylish and relocating assortment grew out of Hilda Raz's adventure along with her son's trip to a transgender identification. Born Sarah, now Aaron, Raz's baby has had a profound influence on her knowing of what it capability to be a relations, to be complete, and to understand oneself. the gathering strikes among earlier and current, permitting Raz to mirror on her personal adolescence, and on her event with breast melanoma to discover how one can hook up with Aaron.

Wesleyan Poetry Series.

Divine Honors, Wesleyan University Press (Hanover, NH), 1997. Donald Revell, trans. Commonwealth of Wings An Ornithological Biography Based on the Life of John James Audubon A Portrait of the Last Days of the American Wilderness. Ravishing DisUnities Real Ghazals in English A star-studded anthology infuses English poetry with the rigor and wit of a foreign form. In Defense of Nothing Selected Poems, 1987–2011 A new lyricism for the twenty-first century.

Winner of the Nebraska Center for the Book's Nebraska Book Award for poetry (2002) This elegant and moving collection grew out of Hilda Raz's experience with her son's journey to a transgender identity.

Wesleyan University Press. Poetry that acts as a fierce and loving resistance to violence. Sarah Blake follows up her previous book of poetry, Mr. West, with a stunning second collection about anxieties and injury. Fear becomes palpable through the classification of monsters and through violences made real.

ALL ODD AND SPLENDID by Hilda Raz. Wesleyan University Press 215 Long Lane Middletown, CT 06459 IBSN . Wesleyan University Press 215 Long Lane Middletown, CT 06459 IBSN 978-0-8195-6892-2 2008, 108pp. Where are we going? asks Hilda Raz in the poem, Objects When the Body Fails. Reaching widely in form and content, Raz’s work gestures to the past by using Nordic and Greek mythology and allusions to Dante, while also speaking to a contemporary life that includes clown school, deaths elongated by modern medicine, and airplane travel.

This moving collection grew out of the author's experience with her son's journey to a transgender identity. The book documents some major transformations of body, self, society and spirit that art requires and life follows.
  • Kulasius
This book claims to have an interesting premise, and I quote from the back, "This elegant and moving collection grew out of Hilda Raz's experience with her son's journey to a transgender identity." And while she does touch on it in several poems, she leaves so much of this unmined. I didn't find any of the poems in the book to be particularly outstanding, and as a whole the collection was rather weak, though it did have some highlights. It starts with a great poem by Rilke. Tough to live up to, and she does not. You get a couple of good lines and stanzas here and there, but there are so many really good collections of poetry out there, that you can safely avoid this one.
  • spacebreeze
This is the real stuff here. Amazing content, rendered in powerful, crafted, beautiful language. From structure to line to word, this is a stunning, remarkable collection. My hat is off.