Poems deal with children, holidays, nature, the past, marriage, aging, mortality, travel, dreams, and memories.
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This book, Rosenberg's first full-length collection, won the Agnes Lynch Star rett Prize for 1985. The great theme of the book is mourning, and an elegiac tone runs through it from the dedication onward. Rosenberg writes feelingly and affectingly about marital love, mortal ity, and the grief attending the loss of a loved one. She writes in a relaxed con versational style to which a sharp eye for metaphoric detail and dramatic situ ation add emotional depth and imagina tive excitement. She writes with clarity and passion about themes that matter. The book deserves a wide audience. Highly recommended for all poetry col lections. Frank J. Lepkowski, Oak land Univ. Lib., Rochester, Mich.
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Book Description Univ of Pittsburgh Pr (Trd), 1986. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0822953811
Book Description Univ of Pittsburgh Pr (Trd), 1986. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0822953811