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Ic tradition he explores her position as a mystic poet with an ambivalent relationship to religious discourse verging on Gnosticism with tendencies toward the ancient rabbinic midrash tradition of reading scripture He particularly shows how her creative reading of past poets expresses her vision of Judaism as a way of thinking about canonical texts            The Poetry of Louise Glück is a uintessential study of how poems may be read as a form of commentary on the meanings of great literature and myth It clearly demonstrates that through this lens of commentary one can grasp firmly the very idea of poetry itself that Glück has spent her career both defining and extending

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The Poetry of Louise Glück A Thematic IntroductionA dominant figure in American poetry for than thirty five years Louise Glück has been the recipient of virtually every major poetry award and was named US poet laureate for 2003–2004 In a new full length study of her work Daniel Morris explores how this prolific poet utilizes masks of characters from history the Bible and even fairy tales            Morris treats Glück’s persistent themes desire hunger trauma survival through close reading of her major book length seuences from the 1990s Ararat Meadowlands and The Wild Iris An additional chapter devoted to The House on Marshland 1975 shows how its revision of Romanticism and nature poetry anticipated these later works