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Collected Poems
Collected Poems | Naomi Replansky
Nominated for the National Book Award in 1952, Naomi Replansky's first book Ring Song dazzled critics with its candor and freshness of language. Here at long last is the new and collected work of a lifetime by a writer hailed as one of the most brilliant American poets by George Oppen. Replansky is a poet whose verse combines the compression of Emily Dickinson, the passion of Anna Akhmatova, and the music of W.H. Auden. These poems, which Marie Ponsot calls sixty years of a free woman's song, are Replansky's hymns to the struggle for justice and equality and to the enduring beauty of life in our dangerous world.
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