Honeycomb: Poems download epub
by Carol Frost
Carol Frost explores the experience of her mother's struggle with Alzheimer's disease with these poems.
Carol Frost explores the experience of her mother's struggle with Alzheimer's disease with these poems. She uses the disappearance of bees as her prevailing metaphoric backdrop (so says the back of the book). It's gorgeous writing.
Carol Frost was born in 1948 in Lowell, Massachusetts
Carol Frost was born in 1948 in Lowell, Massachusetts. Frost's poems draw on sources from the book of Genesis to Shakespeare’s The Tempest to the poetry of John Donne; she writes of the human body, and her poems are rich with the acutely imagined objects of the natural world-whether found off the coast of Florida or in a beehive. Honeycomb, which won the Gold Medal in Poetry from the Florida Book Awards, treats the subject of dementia through a sustained metaphor of the beehive.
find poems find poets poem-a-day library (texts, books & more) materials for teachers poetry near yo. Frost has taught most recently at SUNY Potsdam, New England College, Bucknell University, and Hartwick College.
find poems find poets poem-a-day library (texts, books & more) materials for teachers poetry near you. Carol Frost. In 1948, Carol Frost was born in Lowell, Massachusetts. She is now a professor of English and the Alfond Chair in Creative Writing at Rollins College, in Winter Park, Florida.
Carol Frost (born 1948) is an American poet. Frost has published several collections of poetry, and has held several teaching residencies. Frost is the founder and director of the Catskill Poetry Workshop at Hartwick College
Carol Frost (born 1948) is an American poet. Frost is the founder and director of the Catskill Poetry Workshop at Hartwick College. Her work has featured in four Pushcart Prize anthologies. Frost was born in Lowell, Massachusetts, and later graduated from the State University of Oneonta and Syracuse University after studying at the Sorbonne in Paris
Book's title: Honeycomb : poems Carol Frost. Library of Congress Control Number: 2010014943. Personal Name: Frost, Carol, 1948-. Publication, Distribution, et. Evanston, Il. .
Book's title: Honeycomb : poems Carol Frost. International Standard Book Number (ISBN): 9780810127104 (pbk. : alk. paper).
Moscow Carol by Joseph Brodsky. The pallid puff, the draught of frost Will sheathe your face until you blush. In such an inexplicable blue Upon the stonework to embark The little ship of glowing hue. Page. Joseph Brodsky (24 May 1940 – 28 January 1996, Leningrad). The honeycomb of windows fits The smell of halva and of zest, While Christmas Eve is carrying its Mince pies abreast. Watch your New Year come in a blue Seawave across the town terrain In such an inexplicable blue, As if your life can start again, As if there can be bread and light - A lucky day - and something's left, As if your life can sway aright, Once swayed aleft.
Charming book with some of Frost's best loved poems, although I was sad not to see "Stopping by the woods on a snowy evening" as one of them. Shipping took almost two weeks but the book is in excellent shape for being used. TriQuarterly Books. International Standard Book Number (ISBN): 0810127105 (pbk. Northwestern University Press, (c)2010.
Joyce Carol Oates Featuring brand-new stories (and a few poems) by: Joyce Carol Oates, Jonathan Safran Foer, Robert Pinsky, Edmund White & Michael Carroll, Richard Burgin.
Oates's introduction to Akashic's noir volume dedicated to the Garden State, with its evocative definition of the genre, is alone worth the price of the book. Williams, Paul Muldoon, and others-plus photos by Gerald Slota-enhance this distinguished entry. Featuring brand-new stories (and a few poems) by: Joyce Carol Oates, Jonathan Safran Foer, Robert Pinsky, Edmund White & Michael Carroll, Richard Burgin, Paul Muldoon, Sheila Kohler, . Williams, Gerald Stern, Lou Manfredo, . Solomon, Bradford Morrow, Jonathan Santlofer, Jeffrey Ford, . Rozan, Barry N. Malzberg & Bill Pronzini, Hirsh Sawhney, and Robert Arellano.
The poems in PEN Award–winning author Carol Frost’s ninth collection spring from her experiences with her mother’s struggle with Alzheimer’s disease, forming a deeply moving meditation on memory and its role in the creation and evolution of identity and relationships. Frost maintains complete command of her imaginative leaps between the natural and spiritual worlds in diverse poetic forms. Using the disappearance of bees as her prevailing metaphoric backdrop, the poet deftly explores the varied emotions occasioned by her mother’s slow deterioration. Like its eponym, Honeycomb is stunning in its details, but it wears its craftsmanship lightly, yielding an accessible yet profound work.
Category: Literature & Fiction
Publisher: TriQuarterly Books / Northwestern Universirty Press (October 30, 2010)
Pages: 64 pages