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Marie Howe

Marie Howe

"A nearly unendurable joy"

From the January, 2007 issue

Marie Howe's second collection of poems, What the Living Do, has a unique place in contemporary letters. It is a widely read book that appeals to many different kinds of readers, often those who don't read much contemporary poetry, if any at all. And often her readers are a bit puzzled about exactly what has moved them so much.

 
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