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Serie: Creative Writing: Novels and Poetry
Author: Brown Rush, Cheryl
Publisher : Scripta Humanistica
isbn: 0916379590
Place of publication:  Potomac , United States
Year: 1990
Pages: 85
Language: English


Ms. Rush's poetry both enlightens and sustains as it explores the past and anticipates the future. By taking uncompromising risks, she makes startling connections between love and death, loss and victory, and what she accomplishes with her poetry has been compared to what Eugene O'Neill did in the theatre: an in-depth exploration and re-evaluation of the much loved myths of the American family and American Dream. As a descendent of the original Mormon pioneers and child of the West, she knows her subject matter intimately. She questions what values we should choose to propel us safely into the twenty-first century and by peeling away accepted layers of hypocrisy, she captures intense pain and ecstasy with both clarity and passion. "Her poems are marked by acute observation.... Penetrating insight presented in clear and compelling language."-Senator Eugene McCarthy.



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