The Fact of a Doorframe: Poems Selected and New, 1950-1984
W. W. Norton, Incorporated, Jan 1, 1994 - 341 pages
'Rich's writing has always lifted her naturally toward a unifying transcendental vision, a dream, but a dream simultaneously wrenched and weighted by its moral embodiment, called by her at different stages: love, truth, integrity, commonality, silence. She is a true metaphysical poet...(At times) her dialectical fire produces poems of transcendent beauty.'-Carol Muske, New York Times Book Review
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Mad But Magic YA Blog from “Transcendental Etude” No one who survives to speak new language, has avoided this: the cutting-away of an old force that held her rooted to an old ground the pitch of utter loneliness Read full review
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3-3.5 stars. I guess I'm not a poetry person.