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Vanbott: PDF⋙ Madness, Rack, and Honey: Collected Lectures by Mary RuefleFor every time I read a poem I am willing to die Over the course of 15 years, award-winning poet Mary Ruefle delivered a lecture every six months to a group of poetry graduate students. Collected here for the first time, these lectures articulate the wisdom accrued through a life dedicated entirely to poetry. Intellectually virtuosic, instructive and experiential, Madness, Rack, and Honey resists definition, demanding instead an utter—and utterly pleasurable—immersion. This is one of the wisest books I've read in years She acknowledges and celebrates in the odd mystery and mysticism of the act—the fact that poetry must both guard and reveal, hint at and pull back
Madness, Rack, and Honey: Collected Lectures by Mary Ruefle
We come to poetry, she seems to assert, for both reasons—because we want to be told a secret, but because the secret will reveal itself only if it remains half-obscure. I like that approach far better than the one commonly embraced by students and, I think, sometimes even by poets themselves in which a poem is not a secret but rather a riddle we must solve. Riddles are also obscure, but they want to keep their truths hidden from you, putting the onus of finding the truth on the reader. A secret aches to be shared. But the moon was the first poem , in the lyric sense, an entity complete in itself, recognizable at a glance, one that played upon the emotions so strongly that the context of time and place hardly seemed to matter. Our expressions are always inadequate, often pitiful.
This is one of the wisest books I've read in years —New York Times Book Review No writer I know of comes close to even trying to articulate the weird magic of.
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A lot of people who read this felt big Alfred E. But how many readers will that be? Yes, poetry is the nominal topic. For 15 years Ruefle, a much published poet, gave a lecture every six months to a group of graduate students, and those lectures are collected here. In this she succeeds. Now this sounds like poetry to me, but it also sounds like my thoughts on the last overpriced restaurant meal I ate, as well as the American political system.
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