Tag Archives: Mary Oliver

Book Review: Blue Pastures

Blue Pastures, by Mary Oliver Discretion can be respected in a writer.  Here the writer is rather private about her personal life, something I can certainly respect, and feels free to include a great deal of fragments from her prose … Continue reading

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Book Review: Dream Work

Dream Work, by Mary Oliver Being at least somewhat of a fan of the author’s writing [1], I found this to be an intriguing if somewhat troubling book of poetry.  Oliver has a reputation as being a nature poet, but … Continue reading

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Book Review: House Of Light

House Of Light, by Mary Oliver This book of poetry notes that its poet won the Pulitzer Prize for Poetry in 1984, and in reading this book I am a bit puzzled as to why this was the case.  It … Continue reading

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Book Review: Felicity

Felicity, by Mary Oliver More than a decade ago, when I lived in Tampa Bay, I remember reading a review for Melissa Etheridge’s album “Lucky,” when the reviewer commented that the singer-songwriter really wanted everyone listening the album to know … Continue reading

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