Finished in Beauty and Memories: The Poetry of Catharine Brosman

By |2020-01-09T11:11:18-06:00February 24th, 2018|Categories: Books, Imagination, Language, Literature, Poetry|

In their ego-centered quest for radical originality, too many contemporary poets fail to keep in mind what Catharine Brosman reminds us is the poet’s primary obligation in every age: “to say the oldest thing in the world as though it had never been said before”… A Memory of Manaus: Poems by Catharine Savage Brosman (102 pages, [...]