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a| Everywoman her own theology : b| on the poetry of Alicia Suskin Ostriker / c| edited by Martha Nell Smith and Julie R. Enszer.
a| On the poetry of Alicia Suskin Ostriker
a| Ann Arbor, Michigan : b| University of Michigan Press, c| 
a| 1 online resource (212 pages).
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a| Includes bibliographical references and index.
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t| Dancing with the Torah: Joan Larkin Interviews Alicia Ostriker g| p. 8 / r| Joan Larkin -- t| Alicia Ostriker, World-Builder: The Imaginary Lover, Green Age, and Other Points of Fusion with William Blake g| p. 23 / r| Jenny Factor -- t| Forcing an Entry into Eternity: Alicia Ostriker's Poetry and Criticism g| p. 40 / r| Diana Hume George -- t| Tectonic Shifts, on The Crack in Everything g| p. 54 / r| Marilyn Hacker -- t| "Well, Burn My Bush!" Alicia Ostriker in Dialogue with Biblical Narrative g| p. 60 / r| Marion Helfer Wajngot -- t| When the Mother Is Dancing: Maternal Theology in the volcano sequence g| p. 71 / r| Jill Hammer -- t| The volcano sequence as Fragmentary, Postmodern, (and Yes, Feminist) Text g| p. 89 / r| Richard Tayson -- t| On Ethical Poetics: The Example of Alicia Ostriker g| p. 106 / r| Cynthia Hogue -- t| Measureless Pleasure, Measureless Pain: Alicia Ostriker's Men g| p. 117 / r| Daisy Fried -- t| Poetic Outrage/Poetic Grace: A Few Poems by Alicia Ostriker g| p. 122 / r| Jacqueline Osherow -- t| "I Would Like to Repent But I Cannot": The Poems of Alicia Ostriker g| p. 128 / r| Tony Hoagland -- t| "Climb the tree, / Be the Tree, / Burn like that": Judy Grahn, Alicia Ostriker, and "the Shock of Pleasure" g| p. 136 / r| Julie R. Enszer -- t| Mixed Dancing g| p. 150 / r| Eric Selinger -- t| On For the Love of God: The Bible as an Open Book g| p. 166 / r| Marilyn Krysl -- t| The Transformation of Grief in "Elegy Before the War" g| p. 170 / r| Wesley Mcnair -- t| Writing Like an Old, Wise, Mature Poet: It's Okay to Play and Joy Is Political g| p. 175 / r| Toi Derricotte -- t| Waiting for the Light g| p. 179 / r| Afaa Michael Weaver -- t| It happened this way: Awakening with Alicia Ostriker g| p. 182 / r| Eleanor Wilner -- t| Writings by Alicia Ostriker: A Chronological Bibliography of Her Books g| p. 191.
a| "Alicia Ostriker's artistic and intellectual productions as a poet, critic, and essayist over the past 50 years are protean and have been profoundly influential to generations of readers, writers, and critics. In all her writings, both the feminist and the human engage fiercely with the material and metaphysical world. Ostriker is a poet concerned with questions of social justice, equality, religion, and how to live in a world marked by both beauty and tragedy. Everywoman Her Own Theology: On the Poetry of Alicia Suskin Ostriker engages Ostriker's poetry from throughout her career, including her first volume Songs, her award-winning collection The Imaginary Lover, and her more recent work in the collections No Heaven, the volcano sequence, The Old Woman, the Tulip, and the Dog, and Waiting for the Light. Like her literary criticism and essays, Ostriker's poetry explores themes of feminism, Jewish life, family, and social justice. With insightful essays-some newly written for this collection-poets and literary critics including Toi Derricotte, Daisy Fried, Cynthia Hogue, Tony Hoagland, and Eleanor Wilner illuminate and open new pathways for critical engagement with Alicia Ostriker's lifetime of poetic work."
a| Description based on information from publisher.
a| Ostriker, Alicia x| Criticism and interpretation.
a| Ostriker, Alicia. 2| fast 0| http://id.worldcat.org/fast/63056
a| Criticism and interpretation. 2| fast 0| http://id.worldcat.org/fast/1198648
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a| Smith, Martha Nell, d| 1953- 0| http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/n92018308 e| editor.
a| Enszer, Julie R., d| 1970- 0| http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/no2010131246 e| editor.
a| Michigan Publishing (University of Michigan), 0| http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/no2016070860 e| issuing body.
a| Under discussion. 0| http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/n42035280
z| Connect to full text u| http://hdl.library.upenn.edu/1017.12/2309273
a| MARCIVE 2022