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Author Hyett, Barbara Helfgott.

Title Rift : poems / by Barbara Helfgott Hyett
Published Fayetteville : University of Arkansas Press, 2008
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Description 1 online resource (xiii, 86 pages)
Series University of Arkansas Press poetry series
University of Arkansas Press poetry series.
Contents One: The Ring; From Their Bed; Whose; The Children; His Gifts; The Talk They Give on Marriage; Mrs. Noah; Vacation; In Bed, Reading Moby-Dick; Assuming Happiness; Black Sock; Fists; Considering Killing Him Instead; Ash; Noah; Hex; Hadassah Bargain Spot; Life List; The Blows; Resolve; Haywire; In the Ring of Twenty Signs; Two: Apollo & Daphne; Bernini Explains; The Chisel; Daphne; Apollo; Ovid; River God; The Laurel; Sculptor's Apprentice; Tour Guide; Woman with a Notebook; Two Figures; Three: The Flesh; Taking the River; Bravado; Men; The Arctic Imagined; Hunger; Shameless
Late LoveMyth; Be Careful, a Man is Breathing; Bodily; On the Train to Rome; Harbor; This Morning; Kittens; Sons; The Straits of Mating; Four: Dura Mater; Hall's Pond; Consoling My Friend, after Her Death; On Earth; After the Suicide of a Friend; Monarchs at Pismo Beach; The Origin of Armies; Rift; The Barrens; Small Boat; Even After
Summary Barbara Helfgott Hyett is a cofounder of the Writer's Room of Boston and is currently the director of POEMWORKS: The Workshop for Publishing Poets. She has taught at Boston University, MIT, and Harvard University. The author of four collections of poetry including The Tracks We Leave, Poems on Endangered Wildlife of North America, and The Double Reckoning of Christopher Columbus, she has worked as a visiting poet in schools all over Massachusetts. Her programs with students, teachers, and families include reading and writing workshops in childhood memory, parenting, and watchfulness
Subject Hyett, Barbara Helfgott.
American poetry.
Form Electronic book
LC no. 2007044531
ISBN 161075347X (electronic bk.)
9781610753470 (electronic bk.)