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Archetypal Light: Poems
by Elizabeth Dodd
University of Nevada Press, 2001
Paper: 978-0-87417-365-9
Library of Congress Classification PS3554.O3177A89 2001
Dewey Decimal Classification 811.54

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ABOUT THIS BOOK
Poet Elizabeth Dodd’s world stretches from the lightless cave home of the eyeless, transparent fish known as a blindcat to the imagination of painter Georgia O’Keeffe. In this brilliantly crafted collection, Dodd reveals her mastery of the medium—her closely observed images, compelling metaphors, and deep understanding of and sympathy for the natural world; the rhythms of geologic time; and the seasons of the living year. Dodd possesses the rare gift that links the vagaries of the human experience with the mysterious truths of universal life, the vastness of the night sky with the equally vast potentials of the human heart.

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