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by Anele Rubin

eBook Trying to Speak (Wick Poetry First Book) download ISBN: 087338847X
Author: Anele Rubin
Publisher: The Kent State University Press (August 15, 2005)
Language: English
Pages: 72
ePub: 1477 kb
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Category: Literature
Subcategory: Poetry

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Phillip Levine, Judge Anele Rubin’s poems illuminate an astonishing range of emotional experience. Visual, tactile, simple and complex, her words lure you from poem to poem-sometimes exquisite, sometimes austere, always original. Ruth Stone This is a powerful and beautifully lyrical book of great wisdom, whose theme is emotional resurrection. See all Product description.

Anele Rubin - TRYING TO SPEAK. Ariana-Sophia Kartsonis - INTAGLIO. Anna Leahy - CONSTITUENTS OF MATTER. Djelloul Marbrook - FAR FORM ALGIERS. Edward Micus - The Infirmary. Joanna Solfrian - VISIBLE HEAVENS. Mira Rosenthal - THE LOCAL WORLD.

Wick Poetry First Book. Winner of the 2004 Stan and Tom Wick Poetry Prize "The voice is so new, and yet the movement is so artful, subtle, and modest-there are never any theatrics in these poems. They never yowl, Pay attention to me!. By (author) Anele Rubin. Free delivery worldwide. Rubin is on the same wave-length with Tomas Transtromer and Yehuda Amichai. The emotional range of her poems, like theirs, is enormous, as is the range of locales, many of which I know well, and yet in Trying to Speak, they appear with a clarity that had eluded m.

Wick Poetry Center, Kent State University. 2005: Trying to Speak by Anele Rubin; Philip Levine, judge. The Stan and Tom Wick Poetry Prize is offered annually to a ed poet by the Wick Poetry Center, which is affiliated with Kent State University. The winner spends a week in residence at the Wick Poetry Center, the 112-year-old home of faculty emeritus May Prentice, giving master classes to university students.

Anele Rubin’s poems illuminate an astonishing range of emotional experience. This is a powerful and beautifully lyrical book of great wisdom, whose theme is emotional resurrection.

by Anele Rubin and Philip Levine. The winner of the 2004 Stan and Tom Wick Poetry Prize. Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9780873388474. Release Date:September 2005.

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Anele Rubin, Trying to Speak; Philip Levine, judge. Lee Peterson, Rooms and Fields; Jean Valentine, judge. College of Arts & Sciences. Box 5190 Kent, OH 44242-0001. 800 E. Summit St. Kent, OH 44242. Eve Alexandra, The Drowned Girl; .

Essentially, this book: examines the different approaches and activities that can be used for teaching and testing speaking. covers areas of speech such as articulation, fluency and register. looks at classroom approaches such as drilling, discussions, drama, dialogues and conversation. New glossary to explain teaching terms, New chapter on testing. 5. Evan Frendo How to Teach Business English.

Winner of the 2004 Stan and Tom Wick Poetry Prize

“The voice [in Anele Rubin’s poems] is so new, and yet the movement is so artful, subtle, and modest―there are never any theatrics in these poems. They never yowl, Pay attention to me! . . . Rubin is on the same wave-length with Tomas Tranströmer and Yehuda Amichai. . . . The emotional range of her poems, like theirs, is enormous, as is the range of locales, many of which I know well, and yet in Trying to Speak, they appear with a clarity that had eluded me.”― Philip Levine, Judge

“Anele Rubin’s poems illuminate an astonishing range of emotional experience. Visual, tactile, simple and complex, her words lure you from poem to poem―sometimes exquisite, sometimes austere, always original.”― Ruth Stone

“This is a powerful and beautifully lyrical book of great wisdom, whose theme is emotional resurrection.”― Toi Derricotte