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So It Goes ebook

by Eamon Grennan


Eamon Grennan is a writer who is able to find sensuality in the small gestures. A poet of immediacy and surprise, Grennan can turn our eye to objects caught in the light and suddenly transformed. In So It Goes, Grennan maps a spiritual geography for the middle of life's journey: ahead he sees the dark thickets of mortality; behind, the vulnerability of childhood. This is a brilliant collection-at once celebratory and elegiac-by a poet whose work has been described as the "verbal equivalent of 17th century Dutch paintings.

Eamon Grennan (born 1941) is an Irish poet born in Dublin. He has lived in the United States, except for brief periods, since 1964. He was the Dexter M. Ferry Jr. Professor of English at Vassar College until his retirement in 2004

Eamon Grennan (born 1941) is an Irish poet born in Dublin. Professor of English at Vassar College until his retirement in 2004. Though his Irish roots are clear in his poetry, Grennan has an international sense of literary tradition. He has cited as influences American poets including Robert Frost and Elizabeth Bishop (herself an international poet with ties to the .

Emory University award winning poet Kevin Young and Eamon Grennan, one of the premier poets and translators working today, discuss poetry in the Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library. Grennan is a Dublin native and Irish citizen who has lived in the United States for more than three decades. He is a writer whose work The New Yorker says "illuminates, clarifies, and directs our gaze toward what it is we love but often overlook.

Few poets are as generous as Eamon Grennan in the sheer volume of delight his poems convey. there goes the sudden shriek of the blackbird. all alive inside the inhuman breath-pattern of the wind trawling every last leaf and blade of grass and flinging rain like velvet pebbles onto the skylight: nothing but parables in every bristling inch of the out-of-sight unspoken never-to-be-known pure sense-startling untranslatable there of the world as we find it. -from World Word In these short poems full of patient listening.

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Eamon Grennan - A Dublin native, Eamon Grennan is the . As well as a number of Pushcart Prizes, Grennan has received awards from the National Endowment for the Arts, the National Endowment for th. .

Eamon Grennan - A Dublin native, Eamon Grennan is the author of several poetry collections, including Still Life with Waterfall, which was awarded. Goes (Graywolf Press, 1995), a finalist for the Paterson Poetry Prize; As If It Matters (Graywolf Press, 1992); and What Light There Is and Other Poems (North Point Press, 1989), a finalist for a Los Angeles Times Book Prize. As well as a number of Pushcart Prizes, Grennan has received awards from the National Endowment for the Arts, the National Endowment for the Humanities, and from the John Simon Guggenheim Foundation. He taught at Vassar College until his retirement.

Used with the permission of The Permissions Company, Inc. on behalf of Graywolf Press, Minneapolis, Minnesota, ww. raywolfpress. Eamon Grennan (1941- ) is the author of 16 poetry collections, including There Now (Graywolf Press, 2016). Grennan was born in Dublin and attended boarding school at a Cistercian monastery. Learn more about Eamon Grennan at The Poetry Foundation.

Eamon Grennan (born 1941) is an Irish-born American poet. Born in Dublin, Ireland, Grennan studied at University College, Dublin, where he met poets Derek Mahon and Eavan Boland. After graduating, he studied at Harvard University where he earned a P. He returned to Ireland fairly briefly in 1977 and later in 1981, and began writing poetry there. His debut collection, Wildly for Days, was published in 1983.

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