Threnody

Threnody Part lamentation part ode Threnody the word originates from the Greek threnos wailing and oide ode examines the beauty and violence of our present ecological moment with a lyric and meditative e

  • Title: Threnody
  • Author: Juliet Patterson
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 369
  • Format: chaplet
  • Part lamentation, part ode, Threnody the word originates from the Greek, threnos, wailing and oide ode , examines the beauty and violence of our present ecological moment with a lyric and meditative eye Concerned with the precise relationship of components in the world these poems exist in the overlap between imagination and fact, truth and history, territory and map,Part lamentation, part ode, Threnody the word originates from the Greek, threnos, wailing and oide ode , examines the beauty and violence of our present ecological moment with a lyric and meditative eye Concerned with the precise relationship of components in the world these poems exist in the overlap between imagination and fact, truth and history, territory and map, the living and the dead Juliet Patterson s poems are entirely themselves they use time and the eye and tongue all the body, as thought and insight, inside and outside history Jean Valentine

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    About "Juliet Patterson"

    1. Juliet Patterson

      Juliet Patterson s first book, The Truant Lover, was selected by Jean Valentine as the 2004 winner of the Nightboat Poetry Prize and was a finalist for a 2007 Lambda Literary Award Her poems have appeared or are forthcoming in 26, American Letters Commentary, Bellingham Review, Bloom, Conduit, Indiana Review, New Orleans Review, Painted Bride Quarterly, Swerve, Washington Square, Verse and other magazines She edits poetry for Konundrum Literary Engine Review with Rachel Moritz and teaches poetry and creative writing in Minneapolis through the College of St Catherine, Hamline University and The Loft Literary Center.

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