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Title Conversations with Natasha Trethewey / edited by Joan Wylie Hall
Published Jackson : University Press of Mississippi, 2013
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Series Literary Conversations Series
Literary conversations series.
Contents Introduction -- Chornology -- An interview with Natasha Trethewey / Jill Petty (1996) -- A conversation with Natasha Trethewey / David Haney (2003) -- Natasha Trethewey : Decatur, Georgia / W.T. Pfefferle (2004) -- Interview : Natasha Trethewey on facts, photographs, and loss / Sara Kaplan (2006) -- An interview with Natasha Trethewey / Pearl Amelia McHaney (2007) -- Interview with Natasha Trethewey / Jonathan Fink (2007) -- An interview wiht Natasha Trethewey / Wendy Anderson (2008) -- Conversation between Natasha Trethewey and Alan Fox in New York City, January 31st, 2008 / Alan Fox (2008) -- Because of blood : Natasha Trethewey's historical memory / Lisa DeVries (2008) -- An interview with Natasha Trethewey / Christian Teresi (2009) -- Interview with Natasha Trethewey / Ana-Maurine Lara (2009) -- A conversation with Natasha Trethewey / Marc McKee (2010) -- Outside the frame : an interview with Natasha Trethewey / Regina Bennett, Harbour Winn, and Zoe Miles (2010) -- Southern crossings : an interview with Natasha Trethewey / Daniel Cross Turner (2010) -- Jake Adam York interviews Natasha Trethewey / Jake Adam York (2010) -- Report from part three : Rita Dove and Natasha Trethewey, entering the world through language / Rudolph Byrd, Rita Dove, and Natasha Trethewey -- An interview with Natasha Trethewey / Jocelyn Heath -- Index
Summary United States Poet Laureate Natasha Trethewey (b. 1966) describes her mode as elegiac. Although the loss of her murdered mother informs each book, Trethewey's range of forms and subjects is wide. In compact sonnets, elegant villanelles, ballad stanzas, and free verse, she creates monuments to mixed-race children of colonial Mexico, African American soldiers from the Civil War, a beautiful prostitute in 1910 New Orleans, and domestic workers from the twentieth-century North and South. Because her white father and her black mother could not marry legally in Mississippi, Trethewey says she w
Notes Includes index
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Trethewey, Natasha D., 1966- -- Interviews.
Poets, American -- 21st century -- Interviews.
Genre/Form Interviews.
Form Electronic book
Author Hall, Joan Wylie, editor
LC no. 2013013724
ISBN 1617038806 (electronic bk.)
1621039757 (electronic bk.)
9781617038808 (electronic bk.)
9781621039754 (electronic bk.)