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Sylvia Plath was one of the most dynamic and admired poets of the 20th century. Her experiences of breakdown and recovery were later turned into fiction for her . Letters Home, a collection of Plath's correspondence between and.
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A Norton Anthology of Poetic Forms. The Poetry Home Repair Manual: Practical Advice for Beginning Poets. The Practice of Poetry: The Selected Poems of Mary Oliver. Here's how restrictions apply. Mariner Books; First edition August 15, Language: I'd like to read this book on Kindle Don't have a Kindle? Is this feature helpful? Thank you for your feedback. Share your thoughts with other customers.
Write a customer review. Read reviews that mention mary oliver poetry handbook writing poetry oliver poetry free verse strunk and white robert frost easy to follow beautifully written born and not made highly recommend well written highly recommended sound line made in school poets are born reading this book want to know easy to read good reference. Showing of reviews. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. As many 1-star reviewers have said, this book reads like "fluff", or in a time before the internet it might have been a helpful collection of definitions.
I felt Oliver was being a cheerleader instead of a teacher. I think this book is for the absolute, very-bottom beginner -- and I recognize that some people need a very gentle introduction to poetry, and that's okay -- but I guess I expected more. Help us understand how to scan a poem. What makes free verse like Williams' so intriguing? Move along, these aren't the droids you're looking for. One of America's best poets writes an amazing book about how to create poetry. Even if the reader has no intention of writing his or her own poems, this book is interesting and inspiring from a pure creativity mindset.
One chapter in particular stuck with me analysis of meter , and her breakdown of Robert Frost's "Stopping by woods on a snowy evening" was so impressive that I have actually shared what I learned with others. Highly recommended, especially for those budding poets among us. Been writing poetry on and off and recently decided it was more of a calling than I made space for in my life. I'm not a slam poetry kind of person and I have no formal education in poetry.
I sometimes feel as if I really don't know what I'm doing or why and follow my guts only not a bad thing necessarily but it also felt limiting. This book helped me to change my thinking about my work, in particular how important rhythm and line breaks can be, how purposeful. I still want to look at formal structures and do more self education but I found this to be accessible and informative in a way that addressed my needs pretty precisely. I found it easy to capture key concepts, while learning the history of poetry technique and style.
And, I gained an understanding of what's needed to write a poem that resonates with the reader.
The book is more technical in approach and may leave others who are not interested in learning the mechanics of writing or studying poetry behind. Though, the point is well taken from Mary that "poetry lives through genius AND technique. She covers a ton of ground and uses examples to illustrate her points. This handy book discusses the use of rhetorical devices, sound, the line, a sampling of forms, free verse, diction, tone, voice, imagery, and revision, while weighing in on the use of imitation, solitude, and workshops.
Oliver makes poetry accessible and encourages writers to experiment and play. While reading the book, I gave form to a poem that had been rattling around in my brain. The book is not intimidating, rather it provides inspiration and encouragement. I sooo did not want to teach my kids poetry! I had a wonderful teacher when I was in high school many years ago, but I have forgotten a lot. I almost skipped teaching poetry altogether, which would have felt like homeschool malpractice. I got this book based on Amazon reviews, and it has sat on the shelf for the past several months.
I finally picked it up and read the first section. Short, very approachable, and very engaging. We have been working through the book bit by bit and have been gaining the confidence that, I believe, will eventually lead to actually writing poetry. The writing in the book is excellent, which is a powerful selling point for studying poetry. Where I was previously afraid of exploring poetry with my kids, I see that, for the education I have in mind for my kids, including poetry will be essential.
I'm so glad I found this book! This book was extremely entertain.
The 10 Best Emily Dickinson Poems
I loved how well it was put together, actually pulling me in and tickling my creative brain. Read this one to your young friends. This may be tied in with the notion that because Dickinson was reclusive, she was also angsty and nun-like. It may also be linked to a general fascination with those who beat their own path, particularly if they seem to do it alone. The grim reaper in this poem is a civil gentleman who takes the narrator — already ghostlike in gossamer and tulle — gently towards death. The poem is cryptic — it may be about the afterlife, or it may be about an actual lover; it may be a meditation on anger, helplessness and power.
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One reading holds that it is a Dickinson backlash against having to write her poetry in secret — gun as language, waiting to go off. Interestingly Lyndall Gordon adapted the first line for the title of her book about the Dickinson family feuds to Lives Like Loaded Guns. Emily Dickinson loved riddles and this poem has an element of that playfulness.
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Ostensibly an instructional poem about how to be honest in a kindly way, it can also be read as a Dickinson poetics: Decorate your message with imagery and let the reader slowly grasp the meaning. To subscribe, click here.
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