Next: New Poems

Next New Poems Finalist Pulitzer Prize for Poetry Clifton mythologizes herself that is she illuminated her surroundings and history from within in a way that casts light on much beyond The Women s Review of B

  • Title: Next: New Poems
  • Author: Lucille Clifton
  • ISBN: 9780918526618
  • Page: 340
  • Format: Paperback
  • Finalist, 1988 Pulitzer Prize for Poetry Clifton mythologizes herself that is, she illuminated her surroundings and history from within in a way that casts light on much beyond The Women s Review of Books

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    1. lots of love for this whole book. one of my favorite right now i gave it to all my roomies"female"there is an amazon in use is the secret we do nothave to learne strength that opens usbeyond ourselvesrth is our birthright.we smile our mysterious smile.

    2. This book was my introduction to Clifton's poetry and it is by far one of the most inspiring reads I've had in a while. I highly recommend this to any poetry lover, Clifton's words are awe inspiring and beautiful.

    3. Oh, I've been loving Clifton's work. Her voice is just remarkable, seemingly simple and yet she finds just the right word every time so that I know there is so much art there. Here is an example of a short poem: "Why people be mad at me sometimes" They ask me to remember/their memories/and I keep on remembering/mine. I've been there, in fact sometimes I forget my own memories in remembering theirs. In any case, My favorite, and I can't seem to find someone else to read at the moment.

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