American Sonnets

American Sonnets

Poems

Book - 2002
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In his thirteenth collection, the 1998 National Book Award winner presents us with fifty-nine "Stern Sonnets," of twenty or so lines rather than the traditional fourteen. Using the events of his life as starting points, Gerald Stern deals with time and loss, with the dichotomy of light and darkness, and--always--with the possibility of joy. This stunning collection moves from autobiography to the visionary in surges of memory and language that draw the reader from one poem to the next.
Publisher: New York : W. W. Norton, c2002
ISBN: 9780393324969
0393324966
Branch Call Number: Poetry 811 Ste

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