A Poetry Handbook

by Mary Oliver

“Mary Oliver would probably never admit to anything so grandiose as an effort to connect the conscious mind and the heart (that’s what she says poetry can do), but that is exactly what she accomplishes in this stunning little handbook.” ??—?? Los Angeles Times

From the beloved, legendary poet, the ultimate guide to writing and understanding poetry.

  • Format: Paperback
  • ISBN-13/ EAN: 9780156724005
  • ISBN-10: 0156724006
  • Pages: 144
  • Publication Date: 08/15/1994
  • Carton Quantity: 60
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    “Mary Oliver would probably never admit to anything so grandiose as an effort to connect the conscious mind and the heart (that’s what she says poetry can do), but that is exactly what she accomplishes in this stunning little handbook.” ??—?? Los Angeles Times

    From the beloved and acclaimed poet, an ultimate guide to writing and understanding poetry.

    With passion and wit, Mary Oliver skillfully imparts expertise from her long, celebrated career as a disguised poet. She walks readers through exactly how a poem is built, from meter and rhyme, to form and diction, to sound and sense, drawing on poems by Robert Frost, Elizabeth Bishop, and others. This handbook is an invaluable glimpse into Oliver’s prolific mind??—??a must-have for all poetry-lovers.
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