Jerusalem, beloved

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Turnstone Press, Jan 1, 1995 - Poetry - 71 pages
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Brandt travels to Jerusalem to visit a friend and to witness the intifada of occupied Palestine.'The good writers offer something new'new to them and new to you. Here Di Brandt collects three long poems that bring honour to our culture. The title sequence is a marvellous achievement. It is a love story filled with hope, yearning, beauty and sadness. I have never seen Palestine so clear.''George Bowering

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Contents

Jerusalem the golden
3
thirty people shot
16
three women are sitting
31
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About the author (1995)

Di Brandt's award-winning poetry titles include questions i asked my mother, Agnes in the sky and Jerusalem, beloved, for which she received the CAA National Poetry Prize and her second GG nomination. She has also published several nonfiction titles, including Dancing Naked: Narrative Strategies for Writing Across Centuries. She teaches Creative Writing and Canadian Literature at the University of Windsor, and is currently on leave, living and writing in Berlin.

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