Indelible by Rachel Hadas
(Wesleyan Poetry Series)

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Indelible is Rachel Hadas's first book since her critically acclaimed Halfway Down the Hall: New and Selected Poems (1998).
 

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Rachel Hadas is the author of numerous books of poetry, essaRachel Hadas is the author of numerous books of poetry, essays, and translations. Most recently she co-edited the antholys, and translations. Most recently she co-edited the anthology The Greek Poets: Homer to the Present (W. W. Norton & Coogy The Greek Poets: Homer to the Present (W. W. Norton & Company, 2009); her latest book of poems is THE ACHE OF APPETImpany, 2009); her latest book of poems is THE ACHE OF APPETITE (Copper Beech Press, 2010). Forthcoming in 2011 is a bookTE (Copper Beech Press, 2010). Forthcoming in 2011 is a book of prose about her husband's illness entitled Strange Relat of prose about her husband's illness entitled Strange Relation: A Memoir of Marriage, Dementia, and Poetry (Paul Dry Boion: A Memoir of Marriage, Dementia, and Poetry (Paul Dry Books). Awarded an Ingram Merrill Foundation grant and a Guggeoks). Awarded an Ingram Merrill Foundation grant and a Guggenheim Fellowship, she lives in New York City and teaches at nheim Fellowship, she lives in New York City and teaches at Rutgers University. Rutgers University.
 
Published October 30, 2001 by Wesleyan. 109 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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The pieces elegizing the speaker's mother, in particular, tend toward a kind of privately stentorian honorific: "You are the sudden shower of rain/ softening paths to muddy brown./ You are the single shaft of sun/ illuminating afternoon// in the gazebo—."

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