Constance: poems

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Graywolf Press, 1993 - Poetry - 59 pages
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Poems deal with depression and the grief brought about by the sickness and death of loved ones

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User Review  - Jsavett1 - Goodreads

These poems, like so many of Kenyon's, are absolutely amazing. "Having It Out With Melancholy" alone is worth the cost of purchase. That long-ish poem, for me, encapsultes everything Kenyon does well. Check it out. Read full review

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User Review  - Jimmy - Goodreads

This is the third collection of Kenyon's work I have read in a row. I'm starting to sense a sameness of it all. That's not necessarily bad, it's just that I get it and want to move on. Read full review

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Jane Kenyon is the author of "Otherwise: New and Selected Poems" and "A Hundred White Daffodils," She lived with her husband, Donald Hall, in Wilmot, New Hampshire, until her death in 1995.

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