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ISBN:0819511684
Author: Hillman
ISBN13: 978-0819511683
Title: Fortress (Wesleyan Poetry Series)
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Language: English
Category: Poetry
Publisher: Wesleyan University Press; 1st edition (July 15, 1989)
Pages: 80

Fortress (Wesleyan Poetry Series) by Hillman



Fortress (Wesleyan Poetry Series) Paperback – July 15, 1989. by. Brenda Hillman (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. White Dress (Wesleyan New Poets). Practical Water (Wesleyan Poetry Series).

com Product Description (ISBN 0819511684, Paperback). In the title poem "Fortress", the medieval walled castle is the stronghold in which the family dwells. There are stories here of people in the "fortresses" of the self, the city, or the natural world. All these poems have in common a lyrical approach to solitude ("the only protection, against death/ was to love solitude") and an ironical vision for which love of beauty and the longing for the world are the cure.

BRENDA HILLMAN began writing poetry when she was a child in Tucson. She is the author of Coffee, 3 . 1982), and two other books of poetry published by Wesleyan University Press, White Dress (1985) and Fortress (1989).

Find signed collectible books: 'Fortress (Wesleyan Poetry Series)'. Loose Sugar (Wesleyan Poetry Series). ISBN 9780819522436 (978-0-8195-2243-6) Softcover, Wesleyan University Press, 1997. Find signed collectible books: 'Loose Sugar (Wesleyan Poetry Series)'. by Ann Lauterbach, Connie Deanovich, .

Brenda Hillman (born March 27, 1951 in Tucson, Arizona), is an American poet and translator. She is the author of nine collections of poetry: White Dress, Fortress, Death Tractates, Bright Existence, Loose Sugar, Cascadia, Pieces of Air in the Epic, Practical Water, for which she won the LA Times Book Award for Poetry, and Seasonal Works with Letters on Fire, which received the 2014 Griffin Poetry Prize and the Northern California Book Award for Poetry

Wesleyan Poetry Series. Commonwealth of Wings An Ornithological Biography Based on the Life of John James Audubon A Portrait of the Last Days of the American Wilderness. Ravishing DisUnities Real Ghazals in English A star-studded anthology infuses English poetry with the rigor and wit of a foreign form. Ali, Agha Shahid, ed. Sarah Suleri Goodyear, afterword. Bright Felon Autobiography and Cities Eloquent intercultural coming-of-age story. New poems from this poet of precision and ardor.

Book Description: Winner of the Laurence L. & Thomas Winship, PEN New England Award (2012). Address draws us into visible and invisible architectures, into acts of intimate and public address. These poems are concentrated, polyvocal, and sharply attentive to acts of representation; they take personally their politics and in the process reveal something about the way civic structures inhabit the imagination. Reality Crumbs: Selected Poems.

Structurally virtuosic, elaborate without being ornate, Loose Sugar is spun into series within series: each of the five sections has a dual heading (such as "space, time" or "time, work") in which the terms are neither in collision nor collusion, but in conversation.

Hillman’s early poetry collections received critical praise for their transfiguration of experience. With the publication of Loose Sugar, however, Hillman acquired a formidable reputation in the world of contemporary poetry. Cascadia (2001) and Pieces of Air in the Epic (2003) both use complicated structures to achieve what Forrest Gander has called poetic architectures. The fourth volume in the series, Seasonal Works With Letters on Fire (2013), was a long-list finalist for the National Book Award.

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Winner of the Commonwealth Club Book Award, Silver Medal for Poetry (1990)In the title poem “Fortress”, the medieval walled castle is the stronghold in which the family dwells. There are stories here of people in the “fortresses” of the self, the city, or the natural world. All these poems have in common a lyrical approach to solitude (“the only protection / against death/ was to love solitude”) and an ironical vision for which love of beauty and the longing for the world are the cure. Hillman combines the imagistic with narrative; in her poems lyricism wars with irony; the solitary noticing consciousness is in control – because the observed world seems beautiful to the observer, great joy is possible despite the sense of difficulty or sorrow. The language here is rich and elegant. Truth is relentlessly addressed.