Selected Poems ebook
by W. S. Graham
Graham's collection, The Nightfishing, that 'some of these poems - by their sustained power, their emotional depth and maturity and their superb technical skill - may well be among the more important poetical achievements of our time', he could not have stated the truth more clearly.
Find all the books, read about the author, and more. The poems are the record of his considerations. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. Fine balances are struck in the poetry; they are generally finer than in Halpern's several prose poems, also included.
Selected Poems, Faber and Faber, 1996. Graham Selected by Nessie Dunsmuir, Greville Press, 1998. Les Dialogues obscurs, The Dark Dialogues, selected poems, bilingual book English-French, introduction Michael Snow, afterword Paul Stubbs, Black Herald Press, 2013. The Night Fisherman: Selected Letters of W. S. Graham, ed. Michael and Margaret Snow, Carcanet, 1999. New Collected Poems, ed. Matthew Francis, Faber and Faber, 2004.
S. Graham: Selected Poems, Faber (London), 1997. Selections, compiled by Nessie Dunsmuir, Greville Press (Warwick), 1998. Also author of Seven Journeys, 1944; 2nd Poems, 1945; The Voyages of Alfred Wallis, 1948; The Nightfishing, 1955; and Malcolm Mooney's Land, 1970. Jones, Peter, and Michael Schmidt, British Poetry since 1970: A Critical Survey, Persea Books (New York City), 1980.
Coinciding with the tenth anniversary of his death, this is a collection of . W. Graham : Selected Poems. Select Format: Paperback.
Graham: Selected Poems. Michael Hofmann and . Graham: Selected Poems. Seamus Perry writes: Many poets end up having a hard life but . Graham went out of his way to have one. His dedication to poetry, about which he seems never to have had a second thought, was remorseless, and his instinct, surely a peculiarly modern one, was that the way to nurture his creativity was to have a really bad time.
Read "Selected Poems" by . In Selected Poems, taken from both the publications of his lifetime and posthumous volumes, and containing at least one major poem never collected before, the full stature of this still insufficiently appreciated genius is revealed.
His later poems make this connection with perhaps a greater clarity, certainly with a greater warmth and a kind of. .Roderick Watson has described his ‘spare and elliptical beauty of voice’, and in his poem ‘.
His later poems make this connection with perhaps a greater clarity, certainly with a greater warmth and a kind of unsentimental nostalgia, especially the poems about his father and Greenock, elegies for friends, and the love poems to his wife. To Alexander Graham’ is one of the most moving poems he wrote. Graham’ (Stolen Light: selected poems) Stewart Conn pays homage to. ‘phrases so perfectly turned and weightless they’d defy gravity but for the ice that pins them in place’.
Selected Poems 1976-2012 Graham Jorie HarperCollins USA 9780062315403 : From pulitzer prize winner Jorie Graham, an indispensable volume of poems selected from almost four decades of work