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My other favorite poets are Arthur Rimbaud and Diane Wikowski.
I read about this book in an issue of Nature, since I am a fan of both poetry and science related literature I decided to investigate!
These are poems that unflinchingly capture the human condition today, but they do so with great beauty . . . and a touch of solace.
I've only clanced at the book so far as I am traveling, but I've enjoyed what I have looked at so far. I will get to it when I'm settled in.Published 15 months ago by George Hoerner
I am happy that Ms Smith was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Poetry. Unfortunately I do not know what she is writing about with the exception of the portion imagined as murdered... Read morePublished 18 months ago by anon.
"This new edition of last year's Pulitzer Prize winning poetry is an endearing book and unforgettable. Buy one for yourself and another for someone special."Published 19 months ago by BookManBookWoman TV REVIEWS
Reading through "Life On Mars" was an incredible experience. Smith has such a way with language that it's hard, if not impossible, to avoid falling in love. Read morePublished 19 months ago by K.
One of the worlds greatest poets. Should be a Nobel in her future. Poetry from the mind and the heartPublished 23 months ago by showsfilm
Why should you read this wonderful book of poetry? Because it IS wonderful. Don't just take my word for it. It won the Pulitzer today.Published on April 17, 2012 by D. Purdom