Williams and Li-Young Lee. Young and Trethewey will read selections from the anthology at p. For while these poems chronicle loss and its rituals, elegies also celebrate life - and ask us to care for ours, if only by honoring the lives of loved ones.
These poems convey deep sadness, but they also celebrate the complex personal bonds shared by these poets and those whom they love. The limited-edition printing contains artwork by Powers's friends, and the exhibit pairs the book with an abstract painting by Muldoon himself, taken from Muldoon's archive, which is housed at Emory.
One of Young's notebooks with a draft of his poem "Bereavement," written in memory of his father, will be displayed alongside a wall panel of its printing last summer in The New Yorker.
Also on display is a letter, recently acquired by Young, written by poet John Berryman to Vernon Watkins about the death of his friend and poet Dylan Thomas. Apart from hospital personnel, Berryman was the only person in the room when Thomas died in Other Editions and Formats.
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