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Margaret Atwood: Poems
http://www.nytimes.com/books/00/09/03/specials/atwood-selected.html
"It is lamentable that her voice so often indulges itself, meandering through these narratives with a stridency and submission to intention that preclude any power of language itself to issue its mysteries."
Contains: Review
Author: Carolyn Forche
From: The New York Times Book Review May 21, 1978
Author: Carolyn Forche
From: The New York Times Book Review May 21, 1978
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Postcards, Elegies and Ghosts
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". . . marked by an unflinching inspection of the world, especially of the body in its self-protective carapace. . . . Miss Atwood's verse, with its fluctuating line lengths, is not always so assured. Her vision assuredly is."
Contains: Review
Author: Harold Beaver
From: The New York Times Book Review April 3, 1988
Author: Harold Beaver
From: The New York Times Book Review April 3, 1988
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Two Poets
http://www.nytimes.com/books/00/09/03/specials/atwood-headed.html
"She is a master of exclusions, a rhetorician of bad news. Yet the reasons she gives for her ill humor never seem quite enough. They resemble tirades we have heard before, slogans that simplify without being memorable."
Contains: Review
Author: Paul Zweig
From: The New York Times Book Review October 11, 1981
Author: Paul Zweig
From: The New York Times Book Review October 11, 1981
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A World Lurking in the Lines
http://www.nytimes.com/books/00/09/03/specials/atwood-happy.html
"[A] splendid series of animal poems in 'You Are Happy,' will remind the reader of Roethke's greenhouse poems in her ability to capture the natural world and yet to manage to make a larger statement."
Contains: Review
Author: Thomas Lask
From: The New York Times Book Review August 2, 1975
Author: Thomas Lask
From: The New York Times Book Review August 2, 1975
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