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Mrs. Noah Takes the Helm

Elizabeth Schultz

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ISBN 10: 1625491034 / ISBN 13: 9781625491039
Published by Turning Point, 2014
Condition: Good Soft cover
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Title: Mrs. Noah Takes the Helm

Publisher: Turning Point

Publication Date: 2014

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Good

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Mrs. Noah Takes the Helm by Elizabeth Schultz reveals the vibrating relationships among humans and animals, examining how catastrophes disturb these relationships, how the resulting tremors connect us, and how we survive together, learning from one another. In those poems cast in the voice of Mrs. Noah, she appears as an avatar for all humans, especially for women, capable of facing disaster with ingenuity, good humor, courage, and compassion. Alternating with the Mrs. Noah poems are those in which animals are represented in diverse places and spans of time, where they may face life-threatening conditions, but where they also survive to model for us lives of dignity, perseverance, and mystery.

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Elizabeth Schultz retired in 2001 from the University of Kansas where she was the Chancellor’s Club Teaching Professor in the English Department. Elizabeth is the author of Unpainted to the Last: Moby-Dick and Twentieth Century American Art (1995), Shoreline: Seasons at the Lake (2001), Conversations: Art Into Poetry at the Spencer Museum of Art (2006) and Her Voice (Woodley Press, 2008). She was founder of the Melville Society Cultural Project in New Bedford, Massachusetts. In 2007 she was a Fulbright lecturer in Beijing.

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