School Of The Arts: Poems

Paperback | March 28, 2006

byMark Doty

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With School of the Arts, Mark Doty's darkly graceful seventh collection, the poet reinvents his own voice at midlife, finding his way through a troubled passage. At once witty and disconsolate -- formally inventive, acutely attentive, insistently alive -- this is a book of fierce vulnerability that explores the ways in which we are educated by the implacable powers of time and desire in a world that constantly renews itself.

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With School of the Arts, Mark Doty's darkly graceful seventh collection, the poet reinvents his own voice at midlife, finding his way through a troubled passage. At once witty and disconsolate -- formally inventive, acutely attentive, insistently alive -- this is a book of fierce vulnerability that explores the ways in which we are edu...

With School of the Arts, Mark Doty's darkly graceful seventh collection, the poet reinvents his own voice at midlife, finding his way through a troubled passage. At once witty and disconsolate -- formally inventive, acutely attentive, insistently alive -- this is a book of fierce vulnerability that explores the ways in which we are edu...

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:128 pages, 8 × 5.31 × 0.29 inPublished:March 28, 2006Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0060752467

ISBN - 13:9780060752460

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“Memorable, essential, big hearted, joyous in music ... this is the finest book of poems by one of our finest poets.”