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Under the Pergola
Under the Pergola
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Always spirited and elegant, by turns witty and meditative, Catharine Savage BrosmanAÆs Under the Pergola contemplates Louisiana, past and present, before traveling a broader path that crosses Colorado landscapes and the island of Sicily. In her eighth collection of poems, Brosman evokes the Pelican StateAÆs trees, birds, rivers, swamps, bayous, New Orleans scenes, historic houses, and colorful characters. She also recounts, in free verse, formal verse, and one prose poem, the ômisdeeds of Katr…
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Always spirited and elegant, by turns witty and meditative, Catharine Savage BrosmanAÆs Under the Pergola contemplates Louisiana, past and present, before traveling a broader path that crosses Colorado landscapes and the island of Sicily.

In her eighth collection of poems, Brosman evokes the Pelican StateAÆs trees, birds, rivers, swamps, bayous, New Orleans scenes, historic houses, and colorful characters. She also recounts, in free verse, formal verse, and one prose poem, the ômisdeeds of Katrinaö as she and others experienced them.

Other poems range widely, from reflections on writers Samuel Johnson, Paul Claudel, AndrT Malraux, and James Dickey, to quiet meditations on the American West, Odysseus, fruits and vegetables, and the recent ôlight yearsö of the poetAÆs lifeùwhich she characterizes as ôsilken à slipping smoothly offö like a gown.
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Always spirited and elegant, by turns witty and meditative, Catharine Savage BrosmanAÆs Under the Pergola contemplates Louisiana, past and present, before traveling a broader path that crosses Colorado landscapes and the island of Sicily.

In her eighth collection of poems, Brosman evokes the Pelican StateAÆs trees, birds, rivers, swamps, bayous, New Orleans scenes, historic houses, and colorful characters. She also recounts, in free verse, formal verse, and one prose poem, the ômisdeeds of Katrinaö as she and others experienced them.

Other poems range widely, from reflections on writers Samuel Johnson, Paul Claudel, AndrT Malraux, and James Dickey, to quiet meditations on the American West, Odysseus, fruits and vegetables, and the recent ôlight yearsö of the poetAÆs lifeùwhich she characterizes as ôsilken à slipping smoothly offö like a gown.

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