Squares and Courtyards by Marilyn Hacker

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Moving Back and forth with the rhythm of the writer's life, from Paris to New York, from the 1990s to the 1940s, Squares and Courtyards reminds us that, to take action, it is necessary to take notice.

About Marilyn Hacker

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Marilyn Hacker is director of the masters' program in creative writing and literature at the City College of New York.
Published January 1, 2000 by W W Norton & Co Inc. 107 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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In the 40-page ""Paragraphs from a Daybook,"" however, Hacker drops her formal guard and finds the emotional pitch and range that most affectingly serve her primary subjects: courage and dignity manifested through ordinary behavior in the face of acute physical breakdown, suffering and societal d...

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