Tuesday, September 11, 2012

News at Eleven: I ask not to gossip, but

because the eccentricities of our reading lives so depend on where and when we read something, who we were becoming or leaving behind.

The mystery of how we are changed by literature abides in "My Poets" because [Maureen N.] McLane resists the easy answers. She appeals, instead, to poetry's peculiar suggestive power.

from The Plain Dealer: Maureen N. McLane's 'My Poets' reminds us that idiosyncracies are core to our reading


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