Friday Pick: Elizabeth Knapp’s “Requiem with an Amulet in Its Beak”

Requiem with an Amulet in Its Beak By Elizabeth Knapp Washington Writers’ Publishing House 2019, 73 pages   Reviewed by Francesca...
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A Lighthouse in the Sky: John Quincy Adams by Harlow Giles Unger

Because of his lackluster presidency, JQA has been largely ignored by popular historians. His early years are over-shadowed by Washington, Jefferson, and Hamilton, his latter by Jackson and Lincoln. But taken from cradle to grave, JQA’s life and perspective outshine all others.

Friday Pick: The Best British Poetry 2012

The Best British Poetry 2012 is something that those with an interest in contemporary British poetry really ought to have in their possession...

THE POEM: David Cooke on Derek Mahon’s “The Snow Party”

"What is certainly clear is that ‘The Snow Party’ is a minor masterpiece in which Mahon has gained maximum effect from minimum means by developing one central image."

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