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Monday, April 12, 2021
Poetry in American by Julia Spicher Kasdorf

Did you know your South Carolina State Library card gives you access to ProQuest's Ebook Central? You can access a wealth of information right from your computer or mobile device! Use Ebook Central to quickly and easily find relevant ebooks and chapters; read online; search within the ebook; and highlight, take notes and bookmark pages in your online copy, stored on your bookshelf for you. You can also share your research with others, download ebooks and chapters to your laptop or mobile device, and more.

To access Ebook Central to find this new title and others, visit our Collections page and scroll to the bottom and login using the barcode number on the back of your South Carolina State Library card. If you don't have a card with us, visit our Get a Library Card page and register today.

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Poetry in America by Julia Spicher Kasdorf. This book offers extravagantly formed lyric and narrative poems that function like works of social realism for our times: hard times, wartime, divorce, times of downturn and dissipated resources. Where, in such times, can poetry emerge, the book asks--and answers--again and again. Largely set in rural places and small towns, these poems are politically committed but deeply sensuous, emotionally complex and compassionate. They take up the everyday in meaningful ways, and deliver it with blunt force, yet not without hope or bright humor.

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