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Title Wild nights : heart wisdom from five women poets / foreword by Lisa Locascio ; illustrated by Claire Whitmore.
Imprint Mineola, New York : Ixia Press, 2018.
©2018

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 OTTERBEIN MAIN COLLECTION  PS595.L6 W65 2018    AVAILABLE  
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 OTTERBEIN MAIN COLLECTION  PS595.L6 W65 2018    AVAILABLE  
Subject Sappho. -- Translations into English.
Love poetry, American.
Love poetry.
Alt Name Locascio, Lisa,
Whitmore, Claire,
Add Title Heart wisdom from five women poets
Description xii, 130 pages ; 21 cm
Summary "In this soul-stirring collection of timeless verse, five legendary female poets address life's pains and sorrows as well as its joys and renewals. The poems appeal to the heart, providing companionship on the rugged path that all must tread. The roster features writers from ancient to modern times: Sappho, Emily Dickinson, Amy Lowell, Sara Teasdale, and Edna St. Vincent Millay. As instapoets continue to make poetry more accessible and popular, they build on the tradition of intimate, confessional works built by earlier generations. No one is more prominent at this heritage than the mysterious, evocative fragments of Sappho, which inspired an earlier generation of female poets to let loose their own talent. From idiosyncratic Dickinson to the passionate, Pulitzer Prize-winning Lowell, the romanticism of Teasdale, and the intense art of St. Vincent Millay -- yet another Pulitzer winner -- these writers were early trailblazers in speaking their emotional truth through their craft. This handsome volume features original illustrations by Claire Whitmore, a Foreword by Dr. Lisa Locascio, and brief biographies of all five poets"-- Provided by publisher.
"Soul-stirring collection of timeless poetry that appeals to the heart features five legendary poets from ancient to modern eras: Sappho, Emily Dickinson, Amy Lowell, Sara Teasdale, and Edna St. Vincent Millay. Includes illustrations by Claire Whitmore"-- Provided by publisher.
Note Machine generated contents note: CONTENTS Foreword by Lisa Locascio SAPPHO Come, Venus / translated by Anonymous To the Goddess of Love / translated by Herbert The Muses / translated by O'Hara Fragment 16 / translated by Edmonds To a Woman / translated by Wharton The Moon / translated by Symonds Beauty / translated by Rossetti Peer of the Gods / translated by Cox Fragment 40 / interpreted by H. D. Fatima / translated by Tennyson Long Ago / translated by O'Hara Pluck Those Garlands / translated by Yonge Kupris / translated by Nagy and Due Summer / translated by O'Hara Lo, Love / translated by Symonds Now Eros / translated by Wharton Weeping / translated by Wharton Country Maiden / translated by Wharton Fragments / translated by Wharton The Stars/ translated by Wharton EMILY DICKINSON Pain The Brain I've Got an Arrow Here I Hide Myself You Left Me Hope Our Share I Had No Time My River Wild Nights! Come Slowly He Touched Me I Have No Life Heart To Lose Thee Proud The Face Beauty We Outgrow Love Ecstasy AMY LOWELL Fireworks The Bungler The Tree of Scarlet Berries Anticipation The Letter A Year Passes Obligation Opal A Rainy Night Madonna of the Evening Flowers A Decade The Taxi The Giver of Stars Absence Aubade Prime A Gift A Petition Miscast II Autumn SARA TEASDALE Twilight Night Song at Amalfi Off Algiers The Look But Not to Me Faults After Parting Tides After Love New Love and Old The Kiss Gifts November Wisdom Wood Song Come Love-Free A Prayer Peace The Answer EDNA ST. VINCENT MILLAY First Fig Midnight Oil The Merry Maid Afternoon on a Hill Song of Shattering I Ashes of Life Sorrow Witch-Wife Thursday To the Not Impossible Him V The Philosopher III IV Eel-grass Spring Mariposa Ebb Sonnet XLIII Passer Mortuus Est AUTHOR BIOS FIRST FEW WORDS INDEX.
ISBN 9780486824260 paperback
0486824268 paperback
ISBN/ISSN 40028038210
OCLC # 1007307548