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  • Sol, Adam, 1969- author.
  • Poetry -- Explication -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
  • Poetry -- Appreciation.
  • Poetics.
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    How a poem moves : a field guide for readers of poetry / Adam Sol.
    by Sol, Adam, 1969- author.
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  • Poetry -- Explication -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
  • Poetry -- Appreciation.
  • Poetics.
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    206 pages ; 22 cm
    How a poem puts skin on a mystery; Philip Levine, "Making Light of It" -- How a poem shapes memory; Deborah Digges, "Stealing Lilacs in the Cemetery" -- How a poem articulates a feeling; C.K. Williams, "Love: Beginnings" -- How a poem crystallizes an image; Yusef Komunyakaa, "Yellowjackets" -- How a poem makes meaning with music; Elise Partridge, "Domestic Interior:Child Watching Mother" -- How a poem snapshots a moment of drama; Tiphanie Yanique, "My brother comes to me" -- How a poem seduces us with outlandishness; Diane Seuss, "Free beer" -- How a poem cooks up dark insight; Philip Metres, "Recipe from the Abbasid" -- How a poem pushes us away and beckons us closer; Marilyn Dumont, "How to Make Pemmican" -- How a poem wrestles with its inheritance; Rahat Kurd, "Ghazal: In the Persian" -- How a poem lives between languages; Natalia Toledo, trans. Clare Sullivan, "Flower that drops its petals" -- How a poem invites us to praise; Ross Gay, "Ode to Drinking Water from My Hands" -- How a poem answers some questions but not others; Amber McMillan, "The Light I've Seen in Your Hair I Have Found in My Own Hands" -- How a poem clarifies its blur; Jeff Latosik, "Aubade Photoshop" -- How a poem changes as we read; Ali Blythe, "Shattered" -- How a poem will (not) save us; Raoul Fernandes, "Life with Tigers" -- How a poem loves a misunderstanding; Richard Siken, "Dots Everywhere" -- How a poem mistrusts its idols; Cassidy McFadzean, "You Be the Skipper, I'll Be the Sea" -- How a poem doesn't dish; Damian Rogers, "Ode to a Rolling Blackout" -- How a poem impersonates a tomato; Oliver Bendorf, "Queer Facts about Vegetables" -- How a poem seeks new models; Shannon Maguire, "[The most visible ants are]" -- How a poem makes itself out of unusual materials; Madhur Anand, "Especially in a Time" -- How a poem chooses the apocalypse behind curtain #3; Jennifer L. Know, "The New Let's Make a Deal" -- How a poem assembles a smashed record the obstacles; George Murray, from "#DaydreamBereaver" -- How a poem tries to connect us, despite the obstacles; Donna Stonecipher, "Model City [4]" -- How a poem tried to connect us to the neighbourhood; Bren Simmer, "[Night of nesting dolls]" -- How a poem evokes wonder; Sarah Holland-Batt, "Botany" -- How a poem reaches for transcendence; Eric Pankey,"Ash" -- How a poem mourns; Don Paterson, "Mercies" -- How a poem confronts the limitations of our empathy; Soraya Peerbaye, "Trials" -- How a poem tries to get into it; Rowan Ricardo Phillips, "Little Song" -- How a poem chattily wonders about life's purpose; Ulrikka S. Gernes, "On H.C. Anderson Boulevard During Rush Hour" -- How a poem transforms a stroll into a ceremony; Joy Harjo, "Walk" -- How a poem imperfectly reconciles complexity; Liz Howard, "A Wake" -- How a poem Haunts; Norman Dubie, "Lines for Little Mila.
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