5 edition of Stopping for death found in the catalog.
A collection of poems about death, loss, and mourning written by poets from all over the world including Janet Frame, Alice Walker, and Seamus Heaney.
|Statement||edited by Carol Ann Duffy ; illustrated by Trisha Rafferty.|
|Contributions||Duffy, Carol Ann., Rafferty, Trisha, ill.|
|LC Classifications||PN6110.D4 S67 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||134 p. :|
|Number of Pages||134|
|LC Control Number||95052423|
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Stopping for Death is a collection of poems of death and loss selected by Carol Ann Duffy with illustrations by Trisha Rafferty. The title of the poetry collection comes from an Emily Dickinson poem, and it is clear that Duffy channeled Dickinson when she selected the poetry for this collection and unfortunately I don't mean that in a positive /5.
A fine, imported anthology, subtitled ``Poems About Death and Loss,'' of simple but sophisticated poems about the mystery, grief, fear, and occasional gallows humor that surround death.
Duffy, a well-known British poet, closes the book with the only work of her own that she has included, ``And Then What,'' after ushering readers through the works of the familiar W.H. Auden. "Stopping Abortions at Death's Door" will provide pro-lifers a potential plan that could effectively save babies.
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Get this from a library. Stopping for death. [Carol Ann Duffy; Trisha Rafferty;] -- A collection of poems about death, loss, and mourning written by poets from all over the world including Janet Frame, Alice Walker, and Seamus Heaney. Stopping for Death: Poems of Death and Loss Hardcover – J by Stopping for death book Ann Duffy (Editor), Trisha Rafferty (Illustrator) See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
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Over the years, this book has been a constant companion. Sitting in my wingback chair, I have enjoyed reading these poems again and again. As I prepared for this review I was struck how many of these poems dealt with death: The Death of the Hired Man, After Apple Picking, Stopping by the Woods on a Snowy Evening, A Late Walk among by: Even more, this book is a profound personal account of a couple’s struggle to conquer the fear of death.” — Julia Assante, PhD, Author.
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