Gone To Earth by Pam Rehm

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Poetry. GONE TO EARTH is Pam Rehm's first book in six years, and one of startling clarity and precision. These poems address isolation and companionship in modern life, and search for what is necessary- in regards to both poetry and belief. In praise of her previous work, Robert Creely has said, "She makes each edge of sound, of a word's various meanings, articulate with impeccable art." Rehm is the author of four previous volumes of poetry including TO GIVE IT UP, a winner of the 1994 National Poetry Series award.

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Published January 1, 2001 by Flood Editions. 50 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Taking its title from British novelist Mary Webb's WWI-era bildungsroman in which a young woman seeks to discover herself amid the pressures of social conventions, Rehm's third collection seeks to carve out a space where the individual has the freedom to make decisions and evaluate them according...

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