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  1. says:

    The 1955 volume POEMS reissued Elizabeth Bishop s debut collection North and South, but it also contained an entirely new collection titled A Cold Spring One of the best places to get this material is the Library of America volume ISBN 1598530178 that contains Bishop s complete poems and prose with a choice of letters, but I have found it interesting to slowly examine Bishop s collections on their own North and South was published in 1946, but of the poems predate the war or at least America The 1955 volume POEMS reissued Elizabeth Bishop s debut collection North and South, but it also contai...


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    I don t know enough about reading poetry to weigh in with an educated opinion I can say that I found a number of the pieces in this collection captivating, and others less so I ll be interested to see how North South her debut collection, from 1946 compares with her final collection, Geography III , which won the 1977 National Book Critics Circle Award and which I plan to read in a few weeks I did find reading Bishop before sitting down to my own projects...


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    There s a reason Bishop is a modern classic Her writing is so obscure and precise and full of wonderful images that resonate and linger To me, this is what I want from poetry.Granted, yes, some of her rhyme schemes feel a bit dated if not outright forced so those can make for some awkward reads Ov...


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    I fell for Elizabeth Bishop on the first page of this double collection The MapLand lies in water it is shadowed green.Shadows, or are they shallows, at its edgesshowing the line of long sea weeded ledgeswhere weeds hang to the simple blue from green.Or does the land lean down to lift the sea from under,drawing it unperturbed around itself Along the fine tan sandy shelfis the land tugging at the sea from under The shadow of Newfoundland lies flat and still.Labrador s yellow, where the moony Esk ...


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    About half of these were really good about half were eye rolling Honestly, you can only use the word marl so many times before it becomes precious I think it might be once, too Basically, when something actually happens and she feels free to comment on that happening, the poems are great when nothing happens and she s just describing it s sleep inducing For me anyway I m pretty uninterested in poetic descriptions of nature I guess people fall madly in love with her travel poems, so may About half of these were really good about half were eye rolling Honestly, you can only use the word marl so many times before it becomes precious I think ...


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    Lullaby.Adult and childsink to their rest.At sea the big ship sinks and dies,lead in its breast.Lullaby.Let nations rage,let nations fall.The shadow of the crib makes an enormous cageupon the wall.Lullaby.Sleep on and on,war s ove...


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    This is a nice set of poems A number of them deal with geographic features maps, weeds, an iceberg, a seascape Some discuss places such as Paris and Florida I do not have a wide knowledge of poetry, but while Ginsberg is often in your face with graphic sex, and Merrill goes deep into, for example, emotional pain, Elizabeth Bishop in this collection feels simply light and rather plea...


  8. says:

    I love her work I love form and well done rhyme She s insightful, playful and witty Wordsmith page and ink as metal and fire.


  9. says:

    My favorite poem in this collection is The Man Moth, which combines Bishop s characteristic exactness of perception with a floridly imaginative surrealism that is rather unusual for her.


  10. says:

    i love Elizabeth bishop and I thought it d be fun to read her collections at my own pace I have the collected poems and I just finished reading and reviewing all of North and South, her first published volume it s so excellent I love her work fuck yeah


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