Apostrophes II: through you I by E.D. BlodgettApostrophes II: through you I by E.D. Blodgett

Apostrophes II: through you I

byE.D. Blodgett

Paperback | January 1, 1998

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Here, in the second volume of a series, E.D. Blodgett extends the meditations of Apostrophes: woman at a piano, which won the Governor General's award for poetry in 1996. An astonishing hybrid of Symboliste vision and Elizabethan form, through you I is a lovely offering from one of Canada's leading writers.
E.D. Blodgett has published numerous books of poetry as well as diverse criticism and literary translations. He is Distinguished University Professor Emeritus of Comparative Literature at the University of Alberta. He has won the Governor General's Award twice, for poetry and translation. From 2007 to 2009 he was Edmonton's Poet Laure...
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Title:Apostrophes II: through you IFormat:PaperbackDimensions:80 pages, 6 × 6 × 0.25 inPublished:January 1, 1998Publisher:The university of Alberta Press

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ISBN - 10:0888643047

ISBN - 13:9780888643049

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from From "OUTSIDE" to "RETURNED" From the naked approach of the poem "OUTSIDE" to the romantic and traditional angle for the poem "RETURNED", Mr. Blodgett extends our view of inwardness from where he left off with Woman at a Piano. The poems are a true testament to the joy within the sorrows of love, nature, and science. A beautiful array of sub-themes from the central theme of the book; through you I...
Date published: 2000-11-08

Editorial Reviews

"Blodgett shows that he has the courage to go way out on a limb when his poetics demand it.. Apostrophes II contains the finest verse I've read in a long time. In terms of technical excellence and intellectual excitement, I was reminded throughout of Eliot.... every poem stopped me cold with passages of such beauty that I simply had to reread them again and again." James Deahl, CBRA