In Save The Last Dance, Gerald Stern Gives Us A Stunning Collection Of His Intimately Personal Yet Always Universal, And Always Surprising Poems, Rich With Humor And Insight Shorter Lyric Poems In The First Two Parts Continue The Satirical And Often Redemptive Vision Of His Last Collection, Everything Is Burning, While Never Failing To Carve Out New Emotional Territory In The Third Part, A Long Poem Called The Preacher, Stern Takes The Book Of Ecclesiastes As A Starting Point For A Meditation On Loss, Futility, And Emptiness, Represented Here By The Concept Of A Hole That Resurfaces Throughout.
Gerald Stern, the author of seventeen poetry collections, has won the National Book Award, the National Jewish Book Award, the Ruth Lilly Prize, and the Wallace Stevens Award, among others He lives in Lambertville, New Jersey.
- 80 pages
- Save the Last Dance: Poems
- Gerald Stern
- 24 June 2018 Gerald Stern