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  • The Double Legacy: Reflections on a Pair of Deaths
    Hadas also delivers a somewhat churlish critique of the language in the bereavement notes she received after her mother's death.
  • Mirrors of Astonishment: Poems
    The poems in Hadas's ( Pass It On ) latest volume explore the unfeasibility of elegy and the inability of words to bring back what is lost.
  • Living in Time
    Hadas ( Pass It On ) reflects on time in these two sections of essays and the long poem they enclose: ``The Dream Machine.''
  • Self-Evidence: A Selection of Verse, 1977-1997
    But Hadas always directs them to moments where masks can be discarded and truth revealed.
  • Halfway Down the Hall
    With A Son from Sleep (1987), Hadas's concerns shift with the advent of motherhood, exploring the constituent elements of sound and language as formed by children's private codes: "Ock for clock.
    But the book's instants of emotional vulnerability will please Hadas's readers, and are often what compel the most.
  • The Empty Bed
    Influenced by the Greek poets she has translated, Hadas has become one of our most elegiac poets.
  • The Empty Bed
    Influenced by the Greek poets she has translated, Hadas has become one of our most elegiac poets.
  • The Golden Road
    Hadas presents a poised journey through different kinds of loss, seeking not lamentation but discovery.
  • Las Hadas Brillan en la Oscuridad = Fairies Glow in the Dark
    Gr 2-4-A seven-year-old boy tells the story of finding a tiny fairy in his family's garden.
  • Believe Your Eyes
    Her abuelita then reveals her own wings and tells Cici that the two of them are hadas, or fairies.
  • Not Dead & Not for Sale: The Earthling Papers, a Memoir
    Weiland, lead singer of Stone Temple Pilots, delivers a surprisingly sober look at his career as "the guy whose hopeless addictions had—and would always—ruin everything for everyone."
  • Testament
    The book examines her life and looks forward, contemplating her death (which came in May 2013, when she was 24) and the effect it will have—and its inevitability has already had—on her friends and loved ones.
  • Missing Measures, Modern Poetry and the Revolt Against Meter
    The other contributors are Rachel Hadas, Margaret Holley, John Frederick Nims, David J.
  • Xeclogue
    Along with Thalia Field (see review above), Pamela White Hadas and Stacy Doris, among others, Robertson contributes to a rewarding and varied tradition of post-feminist verse-monologue and drama.

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