They can't take that away from me [electronic resource] / Gail Mazur.
- Chicago : University of Chicago Press, 2001.
- Phoenix poets.
1 online resource (93 p.)
- American poetry.
- Electronic books.
- In this series of new poems Gail Mazur takes stock-of the complexity of relationships between parents and children, the desires of the body as well as its frailties, the distinctions between memory and history, and the hope of art to capture these seemingly inscrutable realities. By turns mordant and passionate, narrative and meditative, Mazur's poems imply that life, with all of its losses, triumphs, and abrasive intimacies, is far richer and more elaborately metaphorical than poetry can aspire to be-and yet her poems do affectingly recreate this reality. These illuminating poems are the
- Contents; Acknowledgments; I; II; III; IV; V
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