A Deed to the Light

A Deed to the Light Jeanne Murray Walker
  • Title: A Deed to the Light
  • Author: Jeanne Murray Walker
  • ISBN: 9780252071775
  • Page: 152
  • Format: Paperback
  • A Deed to the Light Jeanne Murray Walker A Deed to the Light In A Deed To the Light Jeanne Murray Walker asks probing questions about the depth of grief about letting go and about the possibility of faith Her poems have been described by John Taylor writing
    In A Deed To the Light Jeanne Murray Walker asks probing questions about the depth of grief, about letting go, and about the possibility of faith Her poems have been described by John Taylor, writing in Poetry, as splendid, subtly erudite, uplifting, and funny.
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    About Jeanne Murray Walker


    1. Jeanne Murray Walker s poems and essays have appeared in seven books as well as many periodicals, including Poetry, The Georgia Review, American Poetry Review, Image, The Atlantic Monthly, and Best American Poetry Among her awards are an NEA Fellowship, eight Pennsylvania Council on the Arts Fellowships, and a Pew Fellowship in The Arts She is Professor of English at The University of Delaware as well as a mentor in the Seattle Pacific University Low Residency MFA Program In her spare time Jeanne gardens, cooks, and travels.


    436 Comments


    1. Though Gaining Time is my favorite book by Jeanne Murray Walker, this one is a close second She s the best poet you ve never heard of

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    2. After reading the first two sections of this collection, I thought I was going to be quite disappointed compared to what I have read of hers in the past The poems were technically sound, but weren t evoking a lot of emotion or thought for me Section three and beyond, though, elevated everything again, illuminated everything again She writes of loss and sorrow with such dignity and quiet strength She makes faith believable and mysterious at once She tells stories personal enough to make us feel [...]

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    3. Brilliant Understandable Readable.

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