The Volcano Sequence

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University of Pittsburgh Press, 2002 - Poetry - 123 pages
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One of America's premier poets presents a book "with a voice of its own--it is a prayer to God . . . and a mourning for life's fleetingness" (K.C. Williams).

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User Review  - Richard - Goodreads

the last few sections of this really came alive to me; prior to that though I wasn't connecting / feeling it that much, just kind of absorbing the language / images. ostriker's poems are political and ... Read full review

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User Review  - Jason Allen Ashlock - Goodreads

Give me anything by Ostriker--poetry, prose, letters, speeches, notes scribbled on gum wrappers-- and I'll consume it again and again. Read full review

Contents

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marchapril 1999
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About the author (2002)

Alicia Ostriker is the author of seven volumes of poetry, as well as "Vision and Verse in William Blake" and an annotated edition of Blake's "Complete Poems," Her work as a feminist critic includes "Writing like a Woman" and the widely influential and controversial "Stealing the Language: The Emergence of Women's Poetry in America.

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