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Manhattan Music
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|January 1, 2010

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Sandhya Rosenblum, an immigrant from India married to an American Jewish man, tries to make sense of her life in a time of turbulence. In this sweeping novel set in Manhattan and India, Alexander lyrically and poignantly explores crossing borders, the Indian…
Fault Lines: A Memoir
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|November 27, 2020

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Passionate, fierce, and lyrical, Fault Lines follow one woman's evolution as a writer at home-and in exile-across continents and cultures. Meena Alexander was born into a privileged childhood in India and grew into a turbulent adolescence in the Sudan, before…
In Praise Of Fragments
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|February 14, 2020

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In Praise of Fragments is a collection of various and inter-related works, including a sequence of poems written about Venetian Jewish poet Sarra Copia Sulam (1592-1641), lyric essays about Venice, a suite of poems about Hyderabad, where Alexander lived for many…
Name Me A Word: Indian Writers Reflect On Writing
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A wide-ranging anthology of twentieth-century and contemporary writing from India and the Indian diaspora, curated by a distinguished scholar and poet Internationally renowned scholar, poet, and essayist Meena Alexander brings together leading twentieth- and…
Atmospheric Embroidery: Poems
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|June 15, 2018

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In this haunting collection of poems we travel through zones of violence to reach the crystalline depths of words: Meena Alexander writes, "So landscape becomes us, / Also an interior space bristling with light." At the heart of this book is…
Poetics of Dislocation
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|December 8, 2009

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A prominent poet brings the experience of the world to her struggles to find her place in America, and explores what the many cultures in this country mean for poets practicing their craft
Indian Love Poems
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|January 25, 2005

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According to the Kama Sutra, the erotic handbook written two thousand years ago, when the wheel of ecstasy is in motion “there is no textbook at all, and no order.” Indian Love Poems is a unique gathering of poems from across more than two and a half…
Illiterate Heart: Poems
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|April 17, 2002

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Winner, 2002 PEN Open Book Award Recipient, 2008 Guggenheim Fellowship Meena Alexander's poetry emerges as a consciousness moving between the worlds of memory and the present, enhanced by multiple languages. Her experience of exile is translated into the…
River And Bridge
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|January 1, 1996

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In this new collection we are privy to the full and variegated display of [Meena Alexander's] poetry.
Debt: WSQ Volume 42, Numbers 1&2
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|June 24, 2014

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How do we make sense of debt? What does it mean to live in a world of debt-whether you are a college student in the United States, a struggling farmer in India, a homeowner, or a country? WSQ investigates what happens when debt overwhelms moral obligations,…
Birthplace With Buried Stones: Poems
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|September 30, 2013

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With their intense lyricism, Meena Alexander’s poems convey the fragmented experience of the traveler, for whom home is both nowhere and everywhere. The landscapes she evokes, whether reading Bashō in the Himalayas, or walking a city street, hold…
Raw Silk: Poems
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|July 29, 2004

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A deeply moving collection from a poet who crosses borders New York City poet Meena Alexander was born in Allahabad, India and divided her childhood between India and the Sudan. From her cross-cultural perspective, Alexander writes with moving intensity of…
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