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Let evening come: for soprano, viola and piano

William Bolcom, Maya Angelou, Emily Dickinson, Jane Kenyon - Music - 2003 - 7 pages
Bolcom's commission was originally to write a duet piece for Metropolitan Opera stars soprano Benita Valente and mezzo-soprano Tatiana Troyanos. However, while the composition ...
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Otherwise: New and Selected Poems

Jane Kenyon - Poetry - 1996 - 230 pages
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A hundred white daffodils: essays, the Akhmatova translations, newspaper ...

Jane Kenyon, Anna Andreevna Akhmatova - Fiction - 1999 - 226 pages
Presents poetry, essays, and interviews, and also includes translations of the Russian poet Anna Akhmatova's poems
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Constance: poems

Jane Kenyon - Poetry - 1993 - 59 pages
Poems deal with depression and the grief brought about by the sickness and death of loved ones
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"Bright unequivocal eye": poems, papers, and remembrances from the First ...

Jane Kenyon, Bert G. Hornback - Literary Criticism - 2000 - 168 pages
In April of 1998 the First Jane Kenyon Conference brought together Donald Hall, Wendell Berry, Galway Kinnell, Alice Mattison, Gregory Orr, and Joyce Peseroff along with a ...
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From room to room: poems

Jane Kenyon - Poetry - 1978 - 59 pages
The poems in Jane Kenyon's first book are full of respect for a life deeply felt. Her vision apprehends the mystery beneath everyday circumstances and objects, from the thimble ...
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Let Evening Come: Reflections on Aging

Mary Chase Morrison - Social Science - 1998 - 134 pages
An eighty-seven-year-old writer celebrates the rewards of aging, such as peace and solitude, and considers the strength, dignity, and bravery that aging requires and that allow ...
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The Lyrics: Poems

Fanny Howe - Poetry - 2007 - 83 pages
Who was that stranger beside me? Please forgive me for insisting It must have been a dream. No one could survive such happiness. --from "[Untitled]" The Lyrics records the days ...
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