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by Sandy Solomon

Pears, Lake, Sun download ebook
ISBN:
0822939614
ISBN13:
978-0822939610
Author:
Sandy Solomon
Publisher:
Univ of Pittsburgh Pr; First Edition edition (October 1, 1996)
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Pages:
81 pages
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1211 kb
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1772 kb
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Poetry
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Rating:
4.5

Her book, Pears, Lake, Sun, was published by the University of Pittsburgh Press in 1996. Sandy Solomon (Spring 2009). Diary of Mary Dodge Woodward".

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Pears on a sunlit ledge, flashes of lake, how the poised world pressed itself through the floating surface of that day, how .

Pears on a sunlit ledge, flashes of lake, how the poised world pressed itself through the floating surface of that day, how the manifest made its mark. On the peeling ledge, pears leaned, speckled, lopsided, more than yellow- yellow squared-before an open window through which flared a nosy, fluent breeze. The fluency and apparent ease with which the poem begins to present its subtle theme could not have been achieved without a great deal of careful drafting and re-drafting. Seldom does one discover a first book as strikingly accomplished as Sandy Solomon's Pears, Lake, Sun, winner of the University of Pittsburgh Press' 1995 Agnes Lynch Starrett Poetry Prize.

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PEARS, LAKE, SUN is Sandy Solomon’s poetic rendition and portrayal of the beautiful and the ugly of both the physical and social environment of the twentieth . Pears, Lake, Sun. (Critical Survey of Contemporary Fiction). document PDF. This Page Only.

PEARS, LAKE, SUN is Sandy Solomon’s poetic rendition and portrayal of the beautiful and the ugly of both the physical and social environment of the twentieth century.

Pears, lake, sun. Close. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Published 1996 by University of Pittsburgh Press in Pittsburgh. Are you sure you want to remove Pears, lake, sun from your list? Pears, lake, sun. by Sandy Solomon.

Solomon's poems are metaphysical: grounded in human lives, they look into the nature of things and the relationships among them. The poems in this collection speak about the moment of feeling, and yet they are also introspective, interrogating the nature of consciousness itself.

Elsewhere by David SelzerU DPP/1/3/5/182. Pears, Lake, Sun by Sandy SolomonU DPP/1/3/5/183. No Place for the Maudlin Heart by Rosamund StanhopeU DPP/1/3/5/185.

Her book, Pears, Lake, Sun, was published by the University of Pittsburgh Press in 1996.

Solomon's poems have appeared in many publications, among them The New Yorker, The New Republic, Poetry Review, The Threepenny Review, The Times Literary Supplement, and The Gettysburg Review . The 54 poems in her latest collection are thoughtful observations on issues that range from elephants on the Serengeti to cruel laboratory tests on dogs. Her work reflects her travels, her years as an advocate for urban areas and for their minority and low-income residents, and her interest in community-based development. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.