Meteoric Flowers
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Meteoric Flowers

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Elizabeth Willis's new collection is a stunning collision of the pastoral tradition with the politics of the post-industrial age. These poems are allusive and tough. While they celebrate the pleasures of the natural world--mutability, desire, and the flowering of things--they are compounded by a critical awareness of contemporary culture. As we traverse their associative l...more
Hardcover, 79 pages
Published March 30th 2006 by Wesleyan University Press (first published 2006)
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more textured and readable than The Human Abstract. very generative material here.
Patrick Pritchett
Dec 17, 2007 Patrick Pritchett rated it 5 of 5 stars Recommends it for: Matthew, James
Bioluminescent shards, found in a field.
beautiful. perhaps, too beautiful.
Very funny and beautiful poems
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