Articles By HANNAH BROOKS-MOTL
- Elizabeth Drew Barrow Stoddard: “One morn I left him in his bed”
The child elegy and the 19th-century poetess.
- George Eliot: “I Grant You Ample Leave”
A poet's poem from a novelist-poet.
- George Herbert: “Love (III)”
A 17th-century poet’s project invites its readers to the table
- Gwendolyn Brooks: “kitchenette building”
The Chicago poet transports readers into a dream deferred.
- W.S. Graham: “Dear Bryan Wynter”
How a poem brings language to loss and speaks to the dead.