Medea the Sorceress

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David R. Godine Publisher, Jan 1, 1991 - Poetry - 198 pages
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This book has helped me with sssoo many forensics competitions I am so thankful that she has writen this thank you.

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Wakoski plucks a plethora of characters in her newly fashioned mythological pomes. Read full review

Contents

The Map
12
Rosenkavalier Knight of the Rose
28
An Orchid Myth
43
Nuns
60
Snow on Iduns Apples
76
40
89
Crocus
106
The Coffee Drinker
125
Mens Eyes
140
Corn Lyrics
154
San Diego
169
Hummingbird Light
186
Copyright

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About the author (1991)

Diane Wakoski, who was born in Southern California and educated at University of California, Berkeley, lived and began her poetry career in New York City from 1960-1973. She has earned her living as a bookstore clerk, a junior high school teacher in Manhattan, a library storyteller, a Visiting Writer and, for ten years on-the-road, by giving poetry readings on college campuses. Since 1975, she has been Poet in Residence at Michigan State University, where she continues to teach as a University Distinguished Professor. Her work has been published in more than twenty collections and many slim volumes of poetry since her first book, Coins & Coffins, was published by Hawk's Well Press in 1962. Her selected poems, Emerald Ice, won the William Carlos Williams Prize from the Poetry Society of America in 1989.

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