Glück, Louise

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Winter Recipes from the Collective: Poems

Inherently reticent, like oysters opening ever so slowly, these poems are reluctant to display their pearls, but patient readers will discern an opalescence they may have missed on the first reading.
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American Originality: Essays on Poetry

Seemingly free of literary prejudice or poetic theory, Glück looks at poetry with open eyes, seeking that which catches her off guard or excites her soul. Highly recommended.
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Faithful and Virtuous Night

These language poems try to travel to the interior—both the poet's and the reader's—but meander and often seem to go nowhere slowly although with a certain gracefulness.
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