In this perceptive debut collection, originally published in 1965 and long out of print, Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Lisel Mueller reveals the immense talent that would later bring her the highest literary honors. Now available for the first time in paperback, Dependencies affirms Mueller as a poet of control, precision, and feeling. Driven by the sense of life as process, these poems linger on the natural landmarks of human experience, those excursions into awareness that single out and illumine certain facets of growth, connection, creation, and decline. Mueller has commented that she does not ""want to just put [her] poetry in a drawer."" The reissue of this affecting first book brings her earliest work out of the bureau and into the bookstores for all to enjoy.
Louisiana pbk Edition
Paperback (30 Mar 1998)
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