Still life in Milford

by Thomas Lynch

Publisher: Cape Poetry in Sydney

Written in English
Published: Pages: 57 Downloads: 44
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Subjects:

  • Death -- Poetry.,
  • Milford (Mich.) -- Poetry.

Edition Notes

StatementThomas Lynch.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPS3562.Y437 S75 1998
The Physical Object
Pagination57 p.
Number of Pages57
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20105378M
ISBN 100224051598

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Still Life in Milford is a book of poetry firmly planted in Catholic culture, firmly Midwestern, firmly small town. Yet Lynch writes poetry with universal meaning - accessible to /5(7).

In Still Life in Milford Thomas Lynch tenders poems on life and death, history and memory, the local and the larger geographies. "[Thomas Lynch's] poems are as stark and graceful as geese lifting off backwater. The poems trace from the rural midwest to London and County Clare, a quiet elegy of loss and testament/5.

"Still Life in Milford is--perhaps unsurprisingly--haunted by death. Its author, after all, is that most celebrated of poet-undertakers, Thomas Lynch of Milford, Michigan. Evidently poetry and undertaking are felicitous occupations. In Still Life in Milford, Lynch casts the cold eye we are told to on life and death, history and memory, the local and the larger geographics.

In Still Life in Milford, Lynch casts the cold eye we are told to on life and death, history and memory, the local and the larger geographics. Examining the dynamics of faith, remembrance, and intimate conduct, these poems are informed by end times, tribulations and Author: Thomas Lynch.

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Hot off the success of Lynch's recent memoir of his grim trade, The Undertaking (), comes his second American collection of verse, which includes the poems published previously in a British edition.

A solid though hardly expert craftsman, Lynch imagines himself a —witness— to ordinary life, even if he's —better at elegy than commencement.&#; And it's true: almost a clichÇ. With one ear to the ground and another to the heavens, Lynch renders poems that echo mortality's solid thud.

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A collection of poems by the highly acclaimed author Still life in Milford book The Undertaking: Life Studies from the Dismal Trade, a National Book Award finalist. In Still Life in Milford Thomas Lynch tenders poems on life and death, history and memory, the local and the larger geographies.

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The last poem of the book, "Still Life in Milford--Oil on Canvas by Lester Johnson," is both a portrait of the town and of the author: "Between the obsequies, I play with words." Commentary. While Lynch’s essays are rambling and wide-ranging, his poems are often spare, stripped bare.

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A murder, an environmental controversy, and a long-buried secret confessed only in a private journal set the stage as wildlife artist Miranda Jones finds her career taking root and a new love knocking at her door as she does her best to listen to what her heart knows. Essayist, poet, and funeral director Thomas Lynch was born in Detroit, Michigan in His critically acclaimed volumes of poetry include The Sin-Eater: A Breviary (), Walking Papers (), Still Life in Milford (), Grimalkin and Other Poems (), and Skating with Heather Grace ().

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The Undertaking: Life Studies from the Dismal Trade () was a finalist for the National Book Award. His other work includes Still Life in Milford: Poems, Booking Passage, Bodies in Motion and at Rest, Grimalkin & Other Poems and most recently, Apparition & Late Fictions.

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Lynch was educated by nuns and Christian Brothers at Brother Rice High School in Bloomfield Hills, then went to university and mortuary school, from which he graduated in He took over his father's funeral home in Milford, Michigan ina job he has held ever since.

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