Winner of the 1993 PEN/Martha Albrand Award for First Non-Fiction, Proofs and Theories is an illuminating collection of essays by Louise GlÃÂ¼ck, whose most recent book of poems, The Wild Iris, was awarded the Pulitzer Prize. GlÃÂ¼ck brings to her prose the same precision of language, the same incisiveness and insight that distinguish her poetry. The force of her thought is evident everywhere in these essays, from her explorations of other poets' work to her skeptical contemplation of current literary critical notions such as "sincerety" and "courage." Here also are GlÃÂ¼ck's revealing reflections on her own education and life as a poet, and a tribute to her teacher and mentor, Stanley Kunitz. Proofs and Theories is the testament of a major poet.
About: The winner of the 1993 Pulitzer Prize for poetry examines the styles and attitudes of Eliot, Williams, Dickinson, George Oppen, and other poets, describes her own feelings about reading and her work, and recounts her education in poetry.
About: Winner of the 1993 PEN/Martha Albrand Award for First Non-Fiction, Proofs and Theories is an illuminating collection of essays by Louise GlÃ¼ck, whose most recent book of poems, The Wild Iris, was awarded the Pulitzer Prize.
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