Título: Caravan (Poems)
Editorial: Dedalus Press
Año de publicación: 1989
Condición del libro: Good
A collection of skillfully crafted, imaginative, and moving poetry by an award-winning and widely published poet. As Eavan Boland writes: "The poems here have an exact and hard-earned lyricism...a difficult music that comes from experience rather than from any rhythmic holiday from it."From the Back Cover:
The poems here have an exact and hard-earned lyricism...a difficult music which comes from experience rather than from any rhythmic holiday from it.
Ethna McKiernan's poems are filled with music and metaphor. She writes with an economy of language that leaves us haunted by her honesty and her compassion. Many voices fill her work - an arctic explorer, a poverty-stricken Dublin mother, a Florida widower. But it is her own dark voice which is the most compelling.
Ethna McKiernan's poetry emanates a timeless quality from skillful craftsmanship and the universal subjects and themes she explores. These are imaginative, thoughtful poems in which emotions run deep...poems infused with heat and light.
McKiernan often presents situations which are about to change and this sense of movement is one of the strongest appeals of her work. Another is her seeming inability for self-absorption, even when she appears to be pondering her own life. In each of these poems, her energy and compassionate wit combine to carry herself and her reader toward simple, durable truths.
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