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The Extraordinary Tide: New Poetry by American Women


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Title: The Extraordinary Tide: New Poetry by American Women

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Publisher : Columbia University Press
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From Publishers Weekly&newline;&newline;One had hoped that by this time there would be no need for an anthology like The Extraordinary Tide: New Poetry by American Women, but its existence testifies to the continuing negative gender politics of poetry. Poet and Nebraska Review poetry editor Susan Aizenberg and poet Erin Belieu (Infanta) have brought together more than 400 poems by 118 poets; anyone who has doubted the richness of poetry by women in the U.S. will no longer be able to do so, despite the paucity of work by experimentalists. &newline;&newline;Copyright 2001 Cahners Business Information, Inc.&newline;--This text refers to the &newline;&newline;Hardcover&newline;edition. &newline;&newline;From Booklist&newline;&newline;Rock, a historian, and Moore, a professor of religion, identify and trace the strands that make up the complex, vibrant genetic code of the mighty city of New York. Eloquently linking fine prints and magnificent photographs (many by renowned photographers) with an impressively fluid text, they present a classy stop-motion film of the evolution of Manhattan from a small seventeenth-century Dutch settlement at the southern tip to the great massing of towers that claimed the entire island at the close of the twentieth century. Throughout this fascinating, artistic, and, most importantly, humanistic chronicle, Rock and Moore keep everything in motion. They track the exponentially increasing number and variety of trades, religions, races, and ethnicities. They analyze architecture and infrastructure and document changes in commerce, culture, and city services, capturing the texture of life and the &doublequote;sharp contrasts&doublequote; at the city's hectic heart. In the closing chapter, images of the World Trade Center serve as poignant reminders that the next pictorial history of New York will begin with the center's horrific destruction. Donna Seaman&newline;Copyright American Library Association. All rights reserved&newline;--This text refers to the &newline;&newline;Hardcover&newline;edition.

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