The Ledge Characters È 102

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The Ledge Characters È 102 ☆ A new collection of poetry by the director of the Bread Loaf Writers' Conference which celebrates its seventy fifth anniversary in 2000 Dark splendor are the words Edward Hirsch uses to describe the poems of the award winning author Michael Collier Collier's new work balances on the ledge between the everyday and the unknownA new collection of poetry by the director of the Bread Loaf Writers' Conference which celebrates its seventy fifth anniversary in 2000 Dark splendor are the words Edward Hirsch uses to describe the poems of the award winning author Michael Collier Collier's new work balances on the ledge between the everyday and the unknown revealing the hidden depths of relationships The poems in THE LEDGE are narrative and co. Picked at random in a used bookstore there are some gems here including Argos Cerberus Long Summer The Blame and Keats and Francesca my favorite by far and the closing poem Solid poetry hard to categorize A couple of ghazal but otherwise no forms meter rhyme or unifying impulses for the most part Understated and accomplished

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Llouial musical and crystalline at once intimate and sharp edged They render the world beautifully mysterious as they slide into unexpected emotional territory A son loses his father's favorite hammer and with it his trust In The Wave the enthusiastic crowd at a baseball game rises and sits in frightening unison belying their hopeful cheering In Fathom and League a dive two miles deep in the Pacific reveals the. behind the meadowy zippers of color

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The LedgeSubmerged volcanoes of the ocean and the soul In many of the poems the familiar animal world of dogs and sparrows and possums in the yard transfigures the view through a window As director of the Bread Loaf Writers' Conference Collier has reinvigorated one of America's most important literary institutions The artistry and directness of THE LEDGE confirm his place among the most significant poets of his generatio. Think 127 Hours meets Touching the Void and you have The Ledge Based on a true story about two guys who hiked Mt Ranier one fateful day the book takes weaves from present to past in a tangible way so that everything before ties into to what happens later The author was personable giving insight into what makes those people who risk their lives to climb mountains tick what drives them up the next mountain and what keeps them going even after significant trauma and loss This book while nothing new under the general category of mountaineering books is a story of friendship of love of nature and a memorium to those who loose their lives doing what they loved best