Music Minus One book. Jane Shore transfigures the emotional dimensions of her childhood into her own motherhood, life in Vermont, and a moving elegy for her mother.
Music Minus One book. These poems are striking for their jazzy melancholy and their structural ambition.
Jane Shore’s collection Music Minus One is a wonderfully crafted collection of poetry that almost reads like an. .
Jane Shore’s collection Music Minus One is a wonderfully crafted collection of poetry that almost reads like an autobiography. The collection moves from Shore’s early life, through her adolescence, and into her adult life. Everything from learning to read to motherhood to the loss of her mother is recounted throughout this collection. I grew up down the street from Jane Shore and went to school with her, however, after reading her poems I realize that I never really knew her. "Music Minus One" opened up a flood of nostalgic memories for me of Jane, her parents, Bergenline Av. the plane that crashed into the apartment house a block from where I grew up, and being Jewish in the 1950's.
That Said: New and Selected Poems by. Jane Shore.
Music minus one : poems. by. Shore, Jane, 1947-. Jane Shore's father played the saxophone with the Big Bands of the thirties and forties and figures prominently in this book. With the more intimate music of family life, the author transfigures the emotional dimensions of her childhood into the experience of her own motherhood, life in Vermont, and a memorable elegy for her mother, Essie. These poems are striking for their jazzy melancholy, structural ambition, and their creation of an autobiography in verse"-Page 4 of cover.
Music Minus One, a finalist for the 1996 National Book Critic Circle Award The poems seem a vivid refusal of desolation, though there is no reluctance i.
Music Minus One, a finalist for the 1996 National Book Critic Circle Award. 1991 Guggenheim Fellowship. two grants from the . Put another way, there is in the poetry of Jane Shore, a freshness of outlook, even when the dominant instinct is retrospective.
Shore writes poems that are "memorabilia; they cultivate the .
In Publishers Weekly, a correspondent deemed Music Minus One "a virtuoso performance" in which the poet "captures the nuances of an intense childhood lived as if every decision will be crucial for the lives around he.
Jane Shore is an American poet.
Jane Shore is an American poet. Eye Level, winner of the 1977 Juniper Prize The Minute Hand, awarded the 1986 Lamont Poetry Prize Music Minus One, a finalist for the 1996 National Book Critic Circle Award 1991 Guggenheim Fellowship two grants from the National Education Association fellow in poetry at the Mary Ingraham Bunting Institute Alfred Hodder Fellow at Princeton University Goodyear Fellow at the Foxcroft School in Virginia. Happy Family: Poems by Jane Shore (1999-08-23).
From the Music Minus One Catalogue. Sunday afternoons, my father practiced flute in the family room. He warmed up, playing scales while my mother worked the crossword puzzle in her wing chair, like a throne. Three o'clock and she was still wearing her nightgown and slippers. Our store downstairs was closed. She was sick of looking at dresses all week. Sunday was her day of rest. I sprawled on the floor with my homework. Each in our little orbit.
JANE SHORE is the author of five previous books of poems, including Music Minus One, a National Book Critics Circle Award finalist. She teaches at George Washington University and lives in the District of Columbia with her husband, Howard Norman. Библиографические данные. That Said: New and Selected Poems.
Author: Jane Shore
Category: Literature and Fiction
Publisher: Picador USA; 1st Picador USA ed edition (September 1, 1996)
Pages: 107 pages
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