By Carol Muske-Dukes
Carol Muske-Dukes has gained approval for poetry that marries subtle intelligence, emotional resonance, and lyrical depth. The poems in her new assortment, Blue Rose, navigate round the proposal of the unattainable—the elusive nature of poetry, of data, of the truth that we all know so little of the lives of others, of the area during which we are living. a few poems reply to concerns of ladies, beginning, and the fight for reproductive rights, whereas others draw proposal from the lives of ladies who continued outdoor of conference, in poetry, artwork, technological know-how: the painter Paula Modersohn-Becker; the pioneering molecular biologist Rosalyn Franklin, top identified for her position within the discovery of DNA; and the yankee poet and author Ina Coolbrith, California’s first poet laureate.
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Blue Rose (Penguin Poets) by Carol Muske-Dukes