Distance from Loved Ones

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Wesleyan University Press, Nov 19, 1990 - Poetry - 55 pages
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Clear and insightful poetry on our relationship to the given world.
 

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User Review  - Douglas - Goodreads

At first, I had a hard time making sense of most of these, but I found something unusual that happened in the middle of my reading that finally allowed me to appreciate their beauty full bore. While ... Read full review

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User Review  - Maughn Gregory - Goodreads

James Tate is a poet like no other I have ever read: equally profound and unfathomable. That is to say, I am deeply moved reading poems I can barely make sense of. Also, I often can't tell if what I'm ... Read full review

Contents

A Little Skull
14
Pastoral
27
Ebb
33
Crimes Against the Lyric
46
Copyright

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About the author (1990)

JAMES TATE grew up in Kansas City, Missouri. He is the author of The Lost Pilot (1967), The Oblivion Ha-Ha (1970), Hints to Pilgrims (1971), Absences (1972), Viper Jazz (1976), Riven Doggeries (1979), Constant Defenders (1983), and Reckoner (1986). He teaches at the University of Massachusetts and lives in Amherst.

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