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How the brain grew back its own history

Liz Beasley

How the brain grew back its own history

by Liz Beasley

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Published by Bright Hill Press in Treadwell, NY .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

StatementLiz Beasley.
Series2006 winner Bright Hill Press poetry award series -- no. 13
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPS3602.E2557 H69 2008
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16843228M
ISBN 109781892471550
LC Control Number2008020477
OCLC/WorldCa225874641

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Poetry. “‘The external World is fitted to the Mind,’ wrote Wordsworth. The terse, startling poems of HOW THE BRAIN GREW BACK ITS OWN HISTORY agree, and add the body to that mix. In tantalizing language and gnomic pronouncements they explore the membrane between body and mind, between mind and world, and between world and body.

Her poems have appeared in a variety of journals, including Pleiades, Green Mountains Review, Arts & Letters, Epoch, and Poetry.

Her first book, _How the Brain Grew Back Its Own History_, won the Bright Hill Press Poetry Award and is available from Bright Hill Press () and Small Press Distribution ()/5. How the brain grew back its own history. [Liz Beasley] Home.

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