Item Details

Corridor: Poems

Saskia Hamilton
Format
Book
Published
Minneapolis, Minnesota : Graywolf Press, 2014.
Language
English
ISBN
1555976751, 9781555976750
Summary
"'Corridor' is a study of motion and time. Its glanced landscapes, its lives seen in passing, render the immeasurable in broken narratives. Saskia Hamilton's poems travel quickly with unexpected distances within their reach. They are dauntless and alert in their apprehension of the natural kingdom at the frontier of so many unnatural ones. They inhabit the realm of contemplation, which, for Hamilton, is charged with eros."--Back cover.
Description
68 pages ; 23 cm
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