Ice celebrates the settled, the rooted, the rural – Clarke’s frequent subjects. Her poems of sweetness and nostalgia document human and cultural continuity, and the seasons’ progressions and demands. This collection shows what Clarke does superbly, delivering a particular kind of elegant poem, notwithstanding some formal variation. There is a thematic progression in the first […]
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