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Collected verses by the extraordinary host of the "Poet and the Poem from the Library of Congress." Here, in her tenth book of poetry, written in the metaphysical tradition, is the essence of the search for the meaning and the poet's life of discovery.
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This slim volume of collected verses, written in the metaphysical tradition, is the essence of the poet's life of discovery. But Grace Cavalieri is no ordinary poet. The search for meaning portrayed here, is the quest to satisfy a kind of love for humankind that is fulfilled in the reflections of her love for poetry. Her artistry has been determined by her passion for helping others to understand poetry, master creative skills and achieve recognition. She is best known as the host of the award-winning radio program, "The Poet and the Poem," which, for twenty years, featured readings and interviews with U.S. Poet Laureates and Pulitzer Prize winners, as well as less-celebrated, new, and sometimes unpublished poets. She founded two poetry publishing houses, both still in existence. The deepest lights and darks of her own symbolic verses unite and intensify the tempers, tones and intents of the uncountable number of poems she has opened to the reader and listener.About the Author:
Grace Cavalieri has authored ten published books of poetry and numerous plays which have been produced for stage and radio, along with text and lyrics for opera, song, and film. After teaching in many colleges, she now conducts workshops, and is presently on the poetry faculty of St. Mary's College of Southern Maryland. She has been a resident poet in Tuscany at Castello di Montegufoni. Her many awards include the Pen-Syndicated Fiction Award, the Allen Ginsberg Award for Poetry, and D.C. Community Humanities Commission Humanist of the Year. She has recently completed recording five programs in a fourth series of "The Poet and the Poem from The Library of Congress."
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Book Description Red Dragon Press, 1998. Paperback. Condition: Used: Good. 1st. Seller Inventory # SONG1891387014