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The Paradise of the World

Deborah Austin

71 pages
5.25" × 8.75"
1964

The Paradise of the World

Deborah Austin

The tightly constructed poems of Deborah Austin express with vividness and precision her personal vision of the true "paradise" of the world. In her subtly ironic handling of topics from music, painting, sculpture, and poetry itself, she exhibits a deft mastery of the techniques of modern poetry. Many of the poems in this collection were first published in The Yale Review, The Nation, Atlantic Monthly, and other leading magazines.

 

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The tightly constructed poems of Deborah Austin express with vividness and precision her personal vision of the true "paradise" of the world. In her subtly ironic handling of topics from music, painting, sculpture, and poetry itself, she exhibits a deft mastery of the techniques of modern poetry. Many of the poems in this collection were first published in The Yale Review, The Nation, Atlantic Monthly, and other leading magazines.

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