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by Lynda Hull

eBook Star Ledger (Iowa Poetry Prize) download ISBN: 0877453195
Author: Lynda Hull
Publisher: University Of Iowa Press; 1 edition (February 1, 1990)
Language: English
Pages: 108
ePub: 1153 kb
Fb2: 1645 kb
Rating: 4.6
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Category: Literature
Subcategory: Poetry

Star Ledger (Iowa Poetry. has been added to your Cart. Rich, dark and ultimately fufilled, Hull's last poem in the book, "Black Mare," is the kind of poem one reads again and again and then once more, aloud.

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Hull’s second book is full of poems in which history, narrative complexity, symbolism, and the lyricism of a passionate voice all work together.

108 pages, 6 x 8 inches. In the world of Star Ledger, possibility and desire collide with drunkenness and addiction, with failed relationships and faceless, anonymous men. It’s the world of the bad bet, cruddy perfume, sucker punch and scam, the many colors and sounds of disillusionment. Hull’s second book is full of poems in which history, narrative complexity, symbolism, and the lyricism of a passionate voice all work together. knows something about life and death and in her poetry she tells us what they are like.

Star Ledger (Iowa Poetry Prize). Second time around reading Star Ledger. I let her musical lines read themselves to me. Check out: Aubade and Midnight Reports

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Series: Iowa Poetry Prize. Book Description: In this dark but finally redemptive group of poems, the tawdry and the exquisite must coexist:Star Ledgermay evoke images of the celestial, but it is also the name of the Newark morning newspaper. Such ironies continually inform Hull's poetry, which is tough and uncompromising but richly veined with a musicality and a lyrical texture that recall earlier epics of the American city such asThe BridgeandPaterson. eISBN: 978-1-58729-668-0.

Published by: University of Iowa Press. Series: Iowa Poetry Prize. In this dark but finally redemptive group of poems, the tawdry and the exquisite must coexist: Star Ledger may evoke images of the celestial, but it is also the name of the Newark morning newspaper. Such ironies continually inform Hull’s poetry, which is tough and uncompromising but richly veined with a musicality and a lyrical texture that recall earlier epics of the American city such as The Bridge and Paterson.

The breadth and scope of Hull's moral vision are what make her poems truly rare.

Book Description: Hull inhabits a decaying universe swirling with trashed hopes and the ashes of burned-out desire. The poet's wayward voice perfectly matches her vision, her images and setting often stumbling into each other for chaotic effect. This is an intensely felt, finely wrought body of work. -Publishers Weekly "Hull shows a refreshing concern for the integrity of the line, exploring with daunting skill the pulse and clench of vowels and consonants with a rhythmic unity.

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