6 edition of The Human Line found in the catalog.
by Copper Canyon Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||96|
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The Human Line, Bass’ seventh book of poems, startles with its precise detail, intimate images, and wild metaphors. Bass brings attention to life’s endearing absurdities, and many of /5(23). The Human Line, Bass seventh book of poems, startles with its precise detail, intimate images, and wild metaphors.
Bass brings attention to lifes endearing absurdities, and many of the poems. “Poetry,” writes best-selling author Ellen Bass, “is the way I pay attention, appreciate, give /5. The Human Line - Ellen Bass.
With a deft touch and a sure voice Ellen Bass takes on many of the crucial moral issues of our times in her poetry collection The Human Line. After 23 pages of mother (more or less) The Human Line wanders farther afield with poems about partner, son and daughter, interspersed among quotidian events, toward all of which Bass struggles to be preternaturally receptive.
Her better images are quiet and emotionally precise. The Human Element: Productivity, Self-Esteem, and the Bottom Line (Jossey Bass Business & Management Series) 1st Edition.
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Bass brings attention to life's endearing absurdities, and many of the poems flash with a keen sense of humor. The Humans is a laugh-and-cry book.
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Jeanette Winterson. A brilliant exploration of what it is to love, and to be human, The Humans is both heartwarming and hilarious, weird, and utterly wonderful.
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