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Review ☆ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Ò Sharon Olds

Review ☆ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Ò Sharon Olds Michael Ondaatje has called Sharon Olds's poetry 'pure fire in the hands' and cheered the 'roughness and humour and brag and tenderness and completion in her work as she carries the reader through rooms of passion and loss' This rich selection made by the author exhibits those ualiti. i keep Wanting to Love Sharon olds and then i don’t and some of her poems are 0 and some of her poems i find subtly problematic under the guise of being intimate and personal and confessional like maybe you didn’t have to publish that I Don’t Knowat least bc this is selected works throughout her life u can see her development in these writings lol i can recognise how good she is just a lot of them don’t Tie me so Emotiknally and Closely like i want poetry To Do also a lot of sexually explicit stuff about how Men Are Incredible And The Best and I am a Woman and I am My Mother he is My Father How he Sweats He is My God His Penis and my Dad and also his Penis i found kinda odd to Read and Perhaps i’m not used to reading stuff like it I feel i will like her in 20 years cause of all the mother poetry also which for a lot of i just switch off at haha bc unrealtion😔

Review Selected Poems

Selected Poems Free download ✓ 8 ½ Michael Ondaatje has called Sharon Olds's poetry 'pure fire in the hands' and cheered the 'roughness and humour and brag and tenderness and completion in her work as she carries the reader through rooms of passion and loss' This rich selection made by the author exhibits those ualities in poem after poem refle Es in poem after poem reflecting over an exciting experimentation with rhythm and language and a movement toward an embrace beyond the personal Subjects are revisited the pain of childhood adolescent sexual stirrings the fulfilment of marriage the wonder of children but each re casti. Sharon Olds eschews formal poetic forms and writes primarily about her own life She seems to me to follow in the tradition of Robert Lowell I find her poems very powerful and readable but surprisingly unuotable I liked this greatest hits less than the magnificent Stag's Leap for which she won the Pullitzer prize and the T S Eliot Prize That book told the story of her divorce and I find her most powerful when she tells a story in a seuence of poems I'm now reading The Dead and the Living which has coherence than the selected poems

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Selected PoemsNg penetrates ever deeply enriched by new perceptions and conceitsA powerful distillation of the best work from one of America's most gifted and widely read poets drawn from her seven published volumes this is a testament to a remarkable writer's depth range and continuing developmen. Searing honest lyrical and shocking Olds is a deserving winner of the TS Eliot prize; looking forward to reading Stag's Leap Highly recommend this selection as an introduction to her work