Selected Poems of May Sarton

May Sarton SERENA SUE HILSINGER Lois Brynes

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Selected Poems of May Sarton

Selected Poems of May Sarton The comprehensive collection detailing the career of a twentieth century master In her prolific six decade career May Sarton was as at home crafting a novel as she was writing a memoir However it wa

  • Title: Selected Poems of May Sarton
  • Author: May Sarton SERENA SUE HILSINGER Lois Brynes
  • ISBN: 9781497689503
  • Page: 459
  • Format: ebook
  • The comprehensive collection detailing the career of a twentieth century master In her prolific six decade career, May Sarton was as at home crafting a novel as she was writing a memoir However, it was in poetry that Sarton s feelings were laid bare She was a writer of immense creativity and strength, and created a back catalog of poetry that could rival those of any ofThe comprehensive collection detailing the career of a twentieth century master In her prolific six decade career, May Sarton was as at home crafting a novel as she was writing a memoir However, it was in poetry that Sarton s feelings were laid bare She was a writer of immense creativity and strength, and created a back catalog of poetry that could rival those of any of her contemporaries In Selected Poems of May Sarton, a collection from her first forty years of writing, many of the author s classic themes are on display There are her meditations on solitude, featuring the breathtaking Gestalt at Sixty there is her beautifully written tribute to literature in My Sisters, O My Sisters and there is a rumination on affairs of the heart in an excerpt from the sonnet collection A Divorce of Lovers Sarton was a true literary force, with the ability to speak to readers of all genders, persuasions, and ages, and Selected Poems of May Sarton demonstrates that power perfectly.

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    1. Sue on said:

      This is a return to reading Sarton's poetry not very long after having completed her collected poems. The difference here is in organization and selection. The poems are organized into seven sections. The first, "The Composed Imagination", presents many of the authors poems on art, music and related topics. The second, "Love", deals in the general and the particular aspects of that huge topic. The third topic is one truly dear to Sarton's heart and life, one she dealt with in her journals, "Soli [...]

    2. Lynne on said:

      I've owned this book for 20 years, and many of the poems in it have comforted, challenged and validated me along my winding journey. Seeing this book on my library shelf at home gives me the sense that all is well.

    3. Kris - My Novelesque Life on said:

      4 STARS(I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review)"In Selected Poems of May Sarton, a collection from her first forty years of writing, many of the author’s classic themes are on display: There are her meditations on solitude, featuring the breathtaking “Gestalt at Sixty”; there is her beautifully written tribute to literature in “My Sisters, O My Sisters”; and there is a rumination on affairs of the heart in an excerpt from the sonnet collection “A Divorce of [...]

    4. Prudence on said:

      This is the first I've read by May Sarton, though I own her Journal of a Solitude. I stumbled on this book of poetry while browsing in a local used book store. I knew nothing about her. I was drawn in by so many of the poems in this book. Underlined those moving passages, those passages where all could do was whisper yes, yes.

    5. Jen on said:

      Hilsinger and Brynes pick a wonderful selection of Sarton's poems and organize them brilliantly.

    6. Kay on said:

      she reminds me of grammer. or gram of her. or something like cyclamen.

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