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Author Khalvati, Mimi, 1944- author

Title The weather wheel / Mimi Khalvati
Published Manchester : Carcanet, 2014
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Description 1 online resource (97 pages)
Contents Front Cover; About the Author; Title Page; Copyright; Acknowledgements; Contents; Chapter I: Earthshine; House Mouse; Madame Berthe's Mouse Lemur; Sun Sparrow; Knifefish; Snail; Sciurus Carolinensis; The Conservatory; The Little Gloster; Microchiroptera; The Landing Stage; Earthshine; Prunus Avium; Chapter II: Under the Vine; Under the Vine; Starlight; Angels; Orchard; What it Was; Marrakesh I-VI; Le Café Marocain; Chapter III: The Soul Travels on Horseback; New Year's Eve; The Pear Tree; Rain Stories; Aunt Moon; Statham Grove Surgery; The Wardrobe; Fog; Snow is; The Blanket; The Swarm
Model for a Timeless GardenThe Soul Travels on Horseback; Chapter IV: Tears; The Overmind; Reading the Saturday Guardian; Midsummer Solstice; Picking Raspberries with Mowgli; Sniff; Drawing Bea; Nocturne; The Waves; Similes; Cherries and Grapes; Kusa-Hibari; Tears; Chapter V: Her Anniversary; The Goat; On the Occasion of his 150th Anniversary; In Search of the Animals; Martina's Radiance; Mehregan; Sun in the Window; Bringing down the Stars; The Cloud Sarcophagus; The Doe; Abney Park Cemetery; Migration; Her Anniversary; Chapter VI: The Avenue; Granadilla de Abona I-VII; Plaza de los Remedios
The WheelhouseFinca El Tejado; The Avenue; Ghazal: In Silence; Notes
Summary <P style=""MARGIN: 0in 0in 10pt"">In these new poems, each of them written in couplets and contained within the space of 16 lines, Mimi Khalvati takes the weather, the seasons, and the passage of night and day as the ground on which she draws her emblems of human life and love. An extended elegy for her mother, the book is also a series of meditations on the small details of animals' lives and on the vulnerable animal within the human being
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Notes Online resource; title from PDF title page (ebrary, viewed November 10, 2014)
Genre/Form Elegies.
Poetry.
Form Electronic book
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