American Writers Supplement XVII (Max Apple to Franz Wright) by Jay Parini

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Not only did she have to worry about historical accuracy, but she could be seen to be appropriating the lives of her subjects, twisting them to fit her preconceptions or working them to her own ends. Certainly the narrative devices and the almost palpable details present a fiction as though it were fact, and while Bierds does not pretend to assume her characters’ actual voices or circumstance, she does provide a sensibility and a perspective that is uniquely theirs for the duration of the poem. It takes a sensitive reader to understand the symbolic nature of the inquiry.

In many ways the collection as a whole is a study in correspondence. Its twenty-six poems are linked by an intricate threadwork of image and vocabulary-bells, music, snow, wind, bees—and a succession of verbs unite these images in their instants of lifting, melding, braiding. Individual phrases repeat themselves from poem to poem, call and echo, until the book resonates in a bell of its own making. It culminates with a description of ringing the changes. Within a matrix of slant rhymes delineating its regular five-line stanzas, “The Grandsire Bells” mirrors the permutations of the changes; the five bell ringers come face to face with five miners and they peal out a sound whose resultant absence resounds in the morning air.

Believers. New York: Pantheon, 1997. POETRY Chameleon. New York: New Rivers Press, 1970. The South Dakota Guidebook. New York: New Rivers Press, 1974. Imaginary Paintings. Latham, New York: Paris Review Editions, 1989. NONFICTION “The Drowned Survivor: The Fiction of J. R. ” Critique 19, no. 1:75–89 (1977). ” Boundary 5, no. 3:813–828 (spring 1977). ” Review of Contemporary Fiction 14, no. 1:40–44 (spring 1994). Burning Down the House: Essays on Fiction. : Graywolf Press, 1997. ” New York Times, November 1, 2004, p.

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