Making the House Fall Down

Making the House Fall Down

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Beatrice Hawley


“It is a judiciously selected segment of a handsome arc of lyric enterprise which has a long past…”
—Allen Grossman

December 1977
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9780914086192

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Beatrice Hawley (1944-1985) taught at Brandeis and first published with the encouragement of Denise Levertov. In addition to Making The House Fall Down,her first book, Hawley published one other, Nothing Is Lost(Apple-Wood). Her poetry appeared in the anthology Making for the Open (Chatto & Windus), and many periodicals, including Ploughshares, Mid-American Review, and The American Poetry Review. She founded an anti-nuclear coalition of writers, New England Writers for Survival. The Collected Poems of Beatrice Hawley (Zoland Books) was edited by Denise Levertov and published posthumously.

 
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