The Overhaul: Poems

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Price
$16.00  $14.88
Publisher
Graywolf Press
Publish Date
Pages
64
Dimensions
5.4 X 0.2 X 8.0 inches | 0.2 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781555977023

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About the Author

Kathleen Jamie's poetry collections have received the Costa Poetry Award, the Forward Prize for Poetry, and the Scottish Book of the Year Award. She is also the author of two books of nonfiction, Findings and Sightlines. She lives in Fife, Scotland.

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Praise for "Waterlight: Selected Poems

""Read "Waterlight: Selected Poems" . . . Kathleen Jamie describes ordinary things--a puddle, a brooch, some frogs--with the rhythm of plain speech made starkly dramatic." --"Entertainment Weekly
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"American readers can now meet a sensibility who attends to the living world, and the world as made in language with wily intelligence." --"Boston Review"

Praise for "Waterlight: Selected Poems
""Read "Waterlight: Selected Poems" . . . Kathleen Jamie describes ordinary things--a puddle, a brooch, some frogs--with the rhythm of plain speech made starkly dramatic." --"Entertainment Weekly
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"American readers can now meet a sensibility who attends to the living world, and the world as made in language with wily intelligence." --"Boston Review"

Read "Waterlight: Selected Poems" . . . Kathleen Jamie describes ordinary things--a puddle, a brooch, some frogs--with the rhythm of plain speech made starkly dramatic. "Entertainment Weekly on Waterlight: Selected Poems"

American readers can now meet a sensibility who attends to the living world, and the world as made in language with wily intelligence. "Boston Review on Waterlight: Selected Poems""

"Read Waterlight: Selected Poems . . . Kathleen Jamie describes ordinary things--a puddle, a brooch, some frogs--with the rhythm of plain speech made starkly dramatic." --Entertainment Weekly on Waterlight: Selected Poems

"American readers can now meet a sensibility who attends to the living world, and the world as made in language with wily intelligence." --Boston Review on Waterlight: Selected Poems