University of PITTSBURGH, 2006/09/28 - 57 ページ
Winner of the 2005 Donald Hall Prize in Poetry.
Grace is John Hodgen’s third book of poetry. He is a poet of extreme contrasts, offering us the dregs of despair, yet instantly recalling hope in the beauty of nature or in a moment in time when all is right, when we realize grace. In “For the Leapers” the narrator relates, “We will fall past the angels, / we will fall from such height, / our tears will lift up from our eyes. / We will fall straight through hell. / And then we will rise.” Hodgen’s poems roam through history, religion, man-made disasters, baseball, pop culture, and Wal-Marts, on paths that come full circle with remarkable completeness, maturity, and dexterity.
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Review: Graceユーザー レビュー - Ash - Goodreads
Grace is a good word to describe this collection. Soothing and smooth, it's a very good read. レビュー全文を読む
Review: Graceユーザー レビュー - Nancy - Goodreads
Yes, very graceful. Careful, in the many senses of the word. I took along to read on XOBA, so I biked in rural Ohio by day and read about it by night. (Well, sometimes the images were Ohioan ... レビュー全文を読む
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