$32.95 – Paperback / John Leonard Press / Australia
Braiding the Voices: Essays in Poetry
In Braiding the Voices, Peter Steele brings to bear a lifetime of reading, writing, and teaching prose and poetry.
With gusto and focus, these essays concert poets and poems of different tempers and aspirations. They are by Gwen Harwood, Les Murray, Peter Porter, Vincent Buckley and, further afield, Fleur Adcock, Richard Wilbur, Anthony Hecht, W.S. Merwin, Deborah Randall, Ben Belitt, Norman MacCaig, R.S. Thomas, P.J. Kavanagh, Seamus Heaney and Gerard Manley Hopkins.
The book investigates some of the ways in which individual poets have found what they most wanted to say, and how their art takes its place in the general conversation of humanity itself.
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$32.95 – Paperback / John Leonard Press
Braiding the Voices continues to investigate some of the ways in which individual poets have sought, firstly, to find out what they most wanted to say, and, secondly, how their art is to take its place in the general conversation... Buy or find out more→
$39.95 – Paperback / University of Melbourne
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