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    [Read] (Vita Nova) My soul dried upLike a soul cast into fire but not completelynot to annihilation Parchedit continued Brittlenot from solitude but from mistrusthow will you ever again believethe love of another being? We are all human—we protect ourselvesas well as we caneven to the point of denyingclarity the pointof self deceptionAnd yet within this deceptiontrue happiness occurredSo that I believe I wouldrepeat these errors exactlyNor does

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    [Read] (Vita Nova) No one wants to be the muse;in the end everybody wants to be OrpheusValiantly reconstructedout of terror and painand then overwhelmingly beautiful;restoring ultimatelynot Eurydice the lamented onebut the ardent spirit of Orpheus made presentnot as a human being ratheras pure soul rendereddetached immortalthrough deflected narcissismI made a harp of disaster to perpetuate the beauty of my last loveYet my anguish such a

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    [Read] (Vita Nova) The Winged Horse It's ten years ago today you turned me out the doorTo cut my feet on flinty lands and stumble down the shoreAnd I thought about the all in all Oh than I could tellBut I caught a horse to ride upon and I rode him ve

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    [Read] (Vita Nova) An enjoyable collection but with a weaker and less distinct voice overall than her other work It was written very much in the Mary

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    Free download ↠ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free è Louise Glück Louise Glück è 5 Free read Free read Vita Nova My first collection from the prolific Pulitzer winner Some of the poems are built around self interrogation with a uestion and answer format; several reflect on the myth of Orpheus and Eurydice The first and last poems are both entitled “Vita Nova” while another in the middle is called “The New Life” I enjoyed the language of spring in the first “Vita Nova” and in “The Nest” but I was unconvin

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    [Read] (Vita Nova) In Vita Nova Louise Glück returns to her most common themes Love and DeathSurely spring has been returned to me this timenot as a lover but a messenger of death yetit is still spring it is still meant tenderly Vita Nova I pg 2Brutal to love brutal to dieAnd brutal beyond the reaches of justiceto die of love The ueen of Carthage pg 5I was afraid of love of being taken awayEveryone afraid of love is afraid of death Timor

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    [Read] (Vita Nova) Louise Glück è 5 Free read Free read Vita Nova Surely spring has been returned to me this timenot as a lover but a messenger of death yetit is still spring it is meant tenderlyA slim little book that circles around death and loss particularly women loved and forsaken or lost the voice of the poet herself presumably mixed with that of Eurydice Dido Penelope and the men that left them; Ae

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    Free read Vita Nova [Read] (Vita Nova) Free download ↠ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free è Louise Glück It’s interesting to read this post MFA Gluck is likely one of my biggest influences to study poetry I read her in college and was absolutely hypnotized I would have given anything to have written those poems Now ten years post grad school and five books later I re read it to see how I’d feel Many poems still spoke de

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    Free read Vita Nova Louise Glück è 5 Free read [Read] (Vita Nova) On the hierarchy of her own work I'd put this collection between The Wild Iris and Seven Ages Not uite her best but not my least fa

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    [Read] (Vita Nova) Louise Glück è 5 Free read Free read Vita Nova This is my favorite Gluck book of those I've read not nearly all I don't know what my favorite is among those I have not rea

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Free read Vita Nova é PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free EeingLike late Yeats Vita Nova dares large statement By turns stern interlocutor and ardent novitiate Glück compasses the essential human paradox In Vita Nova Louise Glück manages the apparently impossible a terrifying act of perspective that brings into resolution the smallest human hope and the vast forces that thwart and shape it?. Surely spring has been returned to me this timenot as a lover but a messenger of death yetit is still spring it is meant tenderlyA slim little book that circles around death and loss particularly women loved and forsaken or lost the voice of the poet herself presumably mixed with that of Eurydice Dido Penelope and the men that left them Aeneas who has enough love already in the very blood that runs in his veins Orpheus I have lost my Eurydice I have lost my lover and suddenly I am speaking French and it seems to me I have never been in better voice and the unnamed you that a number of the call and answer poems addressI find Gluck s poems here lurched for me between transcendent and strangely cliched sometimes the words spring off the page and sometimes they feel well used and unremarkable well known thoughts delivered in well known words And yet a number of the poems did sing out to me particularly those around Dido I ve always had a soft spot for Dido and been appalled at her fate a strong women the leader of her people horse traded by two goddesses finding love in a cave on the mountainside having a brief period of ecstasy and then having the story come in and rip her love and her life away It always felt so dreadfully unfair Why could Aeneas have just not landed his damn ship someplace elseSo The ueen of Carthage Brutal to love brutal to dieAnd brutal beyond the reaches of justiceto die of loveIn the end Didosummoned her ladies in waitingthat they might seethe harsh destiny inscribed for her by the FatesShe said Aeneascame to me over the shimmering water I asked the Fatesto permit him to return my passioneven for a short time What differencebetween that and a lifetime in truth in such momentsthey are the same they are both eternityI was given a great giftwhich I attempted to increase to prolongAeneas came to me over the water the beginningblinded meNow the ueen of Carthagewill accept suffering as she accepted favorto be noticed by the Fatesis some distinction after allOr should one say to have honored hungersince the Fates go by that name also And then most of all The Burning Heart No sadnessis greater than in misery to rehearsememories of joy Ask her if she regrets anythingI waspromised to another I lived with someoneYou forget these things when you re touchedAsk how he touched herHis gaze touched mebefore his hands touched meAsk how he touched herI didn t ask for anything everything was givenAsk her what she remembersWe were hauled into the underworldI thoughtwe were not responsibleany than we were responsiblefor being alive I wasa young girl rarely subject to censurethen a pariah did I change that muchfrom one day to the nextIf I didn t change wasn t my actionin the character of that young girlAsk her what she remembersI noticed nothing I noticedI was tremblingAsk her if the fire hurtsI rememberwe were togetherAnd gradually I understoodthat though neither of us ever movedwe were not together but profoundly separateAsk her if the fire hurtsYou expect to live forever with your husbandin fire durable than the worldI suppose this wish was grantedwhere we are now being bothfire and eternity Do you regret your lifeEven before I was touched I belonged to you you had only to look at me

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Free read Vita Nova é PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Winner of the Nobel Prize in LiteratureIn Vita Nova Pulitzer Prize winning poet Louise Glück manages the apparently impossible a terrifying act of perspective that brings into resolution the smallest human hope and the vast forces that shape and thwart itSince Ararat in 1990 Louise Glück has been exploring a form that is according to t. My soul dried upLike a soul cast into fire but not completelynot to annihilation Parchedit continued Brittlenot from solitude but from mistrusthow will you ever again believethe love of another being We are all human we protect ourselvesas well as we caneven to the point of denyingclarity the pointof self deceptionAnd yet within this deceptiontrue happiness occurredSo that I believe I wouldrepeat these errors exactlyNor does it seem to mecrucial to knowwhether or not such happinessis built on illusionit has its own realityAnd in either case it will end

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Free read Vita Nova é PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free He poet Robert Hass her invention Vita Nova like its immediate predecessors a booklength seuence combines the ecstatic utterance of The Wild Iris with the worldly dramas elaborated in Meadowlands Vita Nova is a book that exists in the long moment of spring a book of deaths and beginnings resignation and hope; brutal luminous and far s. My first collection from the prolific Pulitzer winner Some of the poems are built around self interrogation with a uestion and answer format several reflect on the myth of Orpheus and Eurydice The first and last poems are both entitled Vita Nova while another in the middle is called The New Life I enjoyed the language of spring in the first Vita Nova and in The Nest but I was unconvinced by much of what Gl ck writes about love and self knowledge some of it very clich d indeed eg I found the years of the climb upward difficult filled with anxiety from Descent to the Valley and My life took me many places many of them very dark from The Mystery I also disliked The Winged Horse which starts Here is my horse Abstraction and goes on to discuss other constructs If I were to try something else by Gl ck I would want a solid recommendationFavorite lines I with my inflexible Platonism my fierce seeing of only one thing at a time I ruled against the indefinite article And yet the mistakes of my youth made me hopeless because they repeated themselves as is commonly true from Unwritten Law On spring The spring of the year young men buying tickets for the ferryboats Laughter because the air is full of apple blossoms from Vita Nova Spring descended Or should one say rose yellow green of forsythia the Commons planted with new grass the new protected always from Ellsworth Avenue

  • Paperback
  • 64
  • Vita Nova
  • Louise Glück
  • English
  • 11 June 2020
  • 9780060957957