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  - michaelmatejka - LibraryThing

Depressing and beautiful, as it deals with her own and her husband's illnesses. Her husband recovered from major surgery:I brought him home, numbed up/for the trip. He dozed in the car,/woke, and ... Read full review

Constance: poems

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Anyone encountering Kenyon's poems for the first time will not be surprised to learn that she has translated Anna Akhmatova's poetry, for her poetry exhibits the same simple, uncluttered lines ... 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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