White SummereBook - 2002
In White Summer, Joelle Biele investigates the problems of personal and cultural memory. Rich with images of flight and displacement, Biele's poems show a love for words, their music and physicality. In lyric addresses, historical meditations, and autobiographical narratives, she takes readers on a journey that includes stops at a dinner party in ancient Rome, a market square in Germany, an Italian feast in the Bronx, and the main concourse of Manhattan's Grand Central Station. She shows a sharp eye for the telling detail whether she is studying the migrations of birds or s.
Publisher: Carbondale, IL : Crab Orchard Review : Southern Illinois University Press, ©2002
Characteristics: 1 online resource (viii, 67 pages)