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Author Murawski, Elisabeth, 1936-
Title Zorba's daughter : poems / by Elisabeth Murawski.
Imprint Logan, UT : Utah State University Press, 2010.

Author Murawski, Elisabeth, 1936-
Series May Swenson poetry award series ; v. 14.
May Swenson Poetry Award series ; v. 14.
Subject American poetry -- 20th century.
American literature -- 20th century.
Description 1 online resource (xiii, 93 pages).
Poetry.
polychrome rdacc
Note Print version record.
Contents Machine generated contents note: One -- Zorba's Daughter -- On Arriving and Departing -- Normal: A Surgical Lovesong -- Safeway Via Dolorsa -- Interview -- Windy City -- Living Room, My Sister Wrote, Had Seven Windows -- Before the Air Became the Journey -- Home Burial Scene -- Wedding Fall-out -- Chicago Spelling Bee Championship -- Puella -- Moon Academy -- Fish -- Blue Lady -- Potato Lovers -- Prize -- For the Cat Anthony -- Dusky -- On Forgiving the Great price -- Frightened by Italy -- Two -- Hatteras Lighthouse -- Arms -- Zone -- Camille Claudedl at Large -- In an Elizabethan Graden -- Mosque -- Mourning Doves -- Trap -- Not to Be -- Leda in th Park -- Italian Evening -- Almost Naomi -- I Lose My Way to your House -- Of a Feather -- Virus -- Meditation the Morning After -- Unrequited -- proposal -- Tow Poets: A Sequel -- Grooming -- Three -- Metaphysical -- Long After Dark at the Church carnival -- On Hearing a Lectute on Stars -- Chapel That Tempted O'Keeffe to Become a Catholic -- At the Smallest National Cemetery, Balls Bluff, VA -- Planes -- Key of Heaven -- All the Things I Couldn't Say -- Creche -- Sculpture: The Young Acrobat -- Small Fires -- Nagasaki -- Lullaby of the Train -- One Eye -- Child in Art Therapy -- This way, That Way -- At Risk -- Pretending in the Shower to be Blind -- Patient -- Yak -- After the Flowet -- Vanishing Point (S) -- Glass -- Thoughts on St. Agatha -- Earth Day -- Notes From a Train -- On the High Speed Train to Vendome, I See a Woman Who Looks Like Madame Cezanne -- Phrygian.
Summary In Zorba's Daughter, the 14th volume in the Swenson Poetry Award series, Elisabeth Murawski speaks from a vital and unique sensibility, finding in ordinary images an opening to the passion of human courage in the face of deep existential pain and ambivalence. These poems awaken our joy as well as guilt, our hope as well as grief. They often evoke a sorrowful music, like the voice of mourning, but even in pointing to ""the black holes of heaven,"" Murawski turns our gaze upward.Zorba's Daughter was selected for the Swenson Award by the distinguished poet Grace Schul.
Note English.
ISBN 9780874217971 (electronic bk.)
0874217970 (electronic bk.)
9780874217957 (cloth ; alk. paper)
0874217954 (cloth ; alk. paper)
9780874217964 (pbk. ; alk. paper)
0874217962 (pbk. ; alk. paper)
OCLC # 650341890
Additional Format Print version: Murawski, Elisabeth, 1936- Zorba's daughter. Logan, UT : Utah State University Press, 2010 9780874217957 (DLC) 2010009601 (OCoLC)562772736.


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