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Interglacial New and Selected Poems AphorismsThis book gathers under one roof poems from all of Richardson’s earlier collections a number of which are out of print Reservations 1977 Second Guesses 1984 As If1992 A Suite for Lucretians 1999 How Things Are 2000 and Vectors Aphorisms Ten Second Essays 2001 as well as a large selection of new poems and aphorismsA distillation of three decades of work Interglacial will introduce this poet to a new generation of readers Richardson fans will be pleased to discover early poems long out of print and to see this poet’s work in a larger retrospective contextPraise for Ve If the couple could see themselves twenty years later they might not recognize their love but they would recognize their argumentEach lock makes two prisonsPainting high on the house Yellow jackets swarmed around me I couldn't convince them I was harmless so I had to kill themAll stones are broken stonesOf all the ways to avoid living perfect discipline is the most admired

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FREE EBOOK ✓ EPUB Interglacial New and Selected Poems Aphorisms ã 9781931337212 ☆ This book gathers under one roof poems from all of Richardson’s earlier collections a number of which are out of print Reservations 1977 Second Guesses 1984 As If1992 A Suite for Lucretians 1999 How ThiVectors is the kind of book you read reread thumb through and pick up several extra copies because you want to share the joy you found in perusing it with friends” Scott Hightower in Barrow StreetJames Richardson was born in 1950 and is the author of six books of poetry and three critical studies The recipient of the Cecil Hemley and Robert H Winner Prizes from the Poetry Society of America and fellowships from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts and the National Endowment for the Humanities he is Professor of English and Creative Writing at Princeton Universit Wow Nature focused poems that really pack a punch Especially loved The Encyclopedia of the Stones But what really shines in this collection are Richardsons' aphorisms I so love a good aphorism and hardly anyone writes them any So I got my fill here for a while because there are a lot One of my favorites No garden without weeds No weeds without gardens

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Ctors Aphorisms Ten Second Essays“Not since the appearance of WS Merwin’s translations and adaptations of aphorisms in Asian Figures some thirty years ago has an American poet put down so much delightful and compelling wisdom” Daryl Scroggins in American Literary Review“Page after page there is the exciting sense of something hidden and true coming to light bringing with it a sense of delighted recognition and discovery for the reader and articulated in a way that has never uite been done before I can think of no deeper pleasure a work can bring” Laurie Sheck Reading poems in a library book that has a return by date is not a great idea Poems need to be savored and poetry books dipped into as the mood takes There were some poems here that I liked but none as much as the one poem in last week's New Yorker that I clipped and kept It seems often the case that the body of a poet's work is too overwhelming and the single poem dropping into ones day unexpectedly is what reaches out and grabs you by the scruff The aphorisms were an interesting idea but again deserved to be taken one bite at a time and not gulped willy nilly