Original Fire



Original Fire A Passionate Book Of Poetry From New York Times Bestselling Author Louise Erdrich.In This Important Collection, Award Winning Author Louise Erdrich Has Selected Poems From Her Two Previous Books Of Poetry, Jacklight And Baptism Of Desire, And Has Added Nineteen New Poems To Compose Original Fire These Molten Poems Radiate With The Ferocity Of Desire, And In Them Erdrich Does Not Spin Verse So Much As Tell Tales Of Betrayal And Revenge, Of Hunting And Being Hunted Minneapolis Star Tribune

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  • Paperback
  • 176 pages
  • Original Fire
  • Louise Erdrich
  • English
  • 01 July 2017
  • 0060935340

10 thoughts on “Original Fire

  1. Brendan M. says:

    This book is pretty fucking hot for a collection of poems mostly about nature And Catholicism And Native American First Nations history and culture And time And how we are all ashes and dust W e, it s real steamy, go read it.

  2. metaphor says:

    How weak I have become walking in my heavy shoes I sift my thoughts into this perfect zero,into the silken core between minus and plus.I walk through the terminal numberbackward, into the negativewhere deep snow falls.Again I am a child I stand ...

  3. Rabbit {Paint me like one of your 19th century gothic heroines!} says:

    This was a very powerful collection to read It s been too long since I sat down with a poetry book, and I was glad to break my fast with this one I read this whole book in one sitting I could not put it down.

  4. Matt Garcia says:

    A very good collection of poetry and short fiction The language is smooth, vibrant, a slightly humorous at times I especially loved the section about Potchikoo and his interesting life I found this to be the stro...

  5. Crys Jackson says:

    I loved this, of course Her combination of inner worlds, desire, natural worlds, tricksters and storytellers always leaves me renewed, breathless and still homesick.

  6. Laura (booksnob) says:

    Lately, I have been reading poetry It sounds crazy, I know but poetry was my first love I loved poetry before I knew I liked to read I wrote poetry before I knew that I liked to write Then I went to college and quit reading and writing poetry Fast forward 20 years and poetry has popped back into my life in a new and significant way Louise Erdrich is a writer on fire and her poems in this volume, Original Fire, are amazing Poetry speaks to each reader differently Some poems seemingly have Lately, I have been reading poetry It sounds crazy, I know but poetry was my first love I loved poetry before I knew I liked to read I wrote poetry before I knew that I liked to write Then I went to college and quit reading and writing poetry Fast forward 20 years and poetry has popped back into my life in a new and significant way Louise Erdrich is a writer on fire and her poems in this volume, Original Fire, are amazing Poetry speaks to each reader differently Some poems seemingly have no effect and others knock your socks off Many of the poems in Original Fire knocked my socks off and made me think and made me say Wow This collection of poems was a combination of some of her poems from two previous volumes of poetry with about 20 new poems not previously published added in The poems are broken in...

  7. Chad says:

    Read for National Poetry Month 2016.Even though the content of the poems didn t always speak to me, I really liked how she said it some stanzas and lines were perfect I will seek outfrom this author.

  8. Stephanie says:

    This has easily become one of my favorite collections of poetry Erdrich s storytelling through poetry is clever and her poems on religion are provoking in a way that excites She manipulates language beautifully.

  9. Helen says:

    Collection of poetry weaving the history of the Native Americans and German immigrants that make up the poet s family tree Excellent stuff.

  10. Sienna says:

    Confession I m a fussy poetry reader, preferring collected poems to their selected counterparts My theory is that if they re good I d rather read a bunch of them than a cherry picked few before moving on to another handful carefully selected by someone whose taste may be very different from mine This selection, though, begin...

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