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Poems by Marianne Moore
By: (1887-1972)

Poems by Marianne Moore is a captivating collection of poetry that showcases the unique voice and style of the iconic poet. Moore's poems are filled with intricate imagery and precise language that draw readers in and capture their imagination. Her ability to play with language and create vivid, evocative scenes sets her work apart from other poets of her time.

The poems in this collection cover a wide range of themes, from nature and animals to art and culture. Moore's keen observations and keen wit shine through in every verse, giving readers plenty to ponder and reflect upon. She presents the world in a fresh and unconventional way, challenging readers to see things in a new light.

One of the standout features of Moore's poetry is her distinctive use of form and structure. Her poems often do not adhere to traditional conventions, with irregular line lengths and surprising rhythms that add an extra layer of complexity to her work. This experimental approach sets her apart as a truly innovative and groundbreaking poet.

Overall, Poems by Marianne Moore is a must-read for poetry lovers and anyone interested in exploring the power of language and the beauty of the written word. Moore's poems are timeless and continue to resonate with readers today, making this collection a valuable addition to any poetry lover's bookshelf.

Book Description:

In 1921, American poet H.D. collected and published a selection of previously published poems by Marianne Moore. Although this angered Moore, as it was entirely unauthorized, she later accepted the edition as well made and used it as the basis for her own 1924 publication of Obersvations. Moore’s unique poetry matches the experimentation underway during the American Modernist movement. Much of it incorporates seemingly out-of-place quotations into complex free verse that often uses Nature as a subject matter.

Today, despite the self-motivated alteration of her poetry in later life, done much to the dismay of her devotees, scholars consider Moore a significant American poet worthy of intense study in an a unalterable place in the canon.

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