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Winner of the TS Eliot Prize 2018One of Bustle's 12 Most Anticipated Poetry Collections for 2018Hannah Sullivan’s debut collection is a revelation – three long poems of fresh ambition intensity and substance Though each poem stands apart their inventive and looping encounters make for a compelling unity You V. A series of formally ambitious wry long poems alternately exploring love birth and death through the lens of daily life the writing s clever and covers a wide range of themes from the loss of a father to the experience of New York during youth Kingdom of Ash Throne of Glass 7 of the TS Eliot Prize 2018One Imagine Me of Bustle's 12 Most Anticipated Poetry Collections for 2018Hannah Sullivan’s debut collection is a revelation – three long poems Beyond Temptation of fresh ambition intensity and substance Though each poem stands apart their inventive and looping encounters make for a compelling unity You V. A series Past Due Debt Collection of formally ambitious wry long poems alternately exploring love birth and death through the lens Die Visioene Van Johanna Brandt of daily life the writing s clever and covers a wide range The Neuropsychology of Self Discipline of themes from the loss Where I’m Calling From of a father to the experience The Accidental Activist of New York during youth

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Ery Young in New York captures a great American city in all its alluring detail It is a wry and tender study of romantic possibility disappointment and the obduracy of innocence Repeat until Time begins with a move to California and unfolds into an essay on repetition and returning home at once personal and philo. In the second of these three poems Repeat Until Time Sullivan describes Shelley as Another dubious rhyming poet she rails against his misogyny saying Both of his marriages had failed He was about to die He was cruel In the following section she uotes two of his famous lines True love differs from gold and clay That to divide is not to take away What crap E M Forster hadn t even come outWhen he used it as an epigraph fine poetry Says his lame hero grandly brooding on sex In this poetry essay she first gives the examples of Shelley Rilke and Forster s hero as being misogynistic because they believe they can love than one woman at a time and then goes on to the particularity of the narrator s own life in which she sees her once lover with someone else On a personal level I don t agree with Sullivan s statements yes Shelley Rilke and Forster were all misogynistic in their own way but not because they loved than one woman Forster never came out except to close friends because he was born in 1879 and it wasn t safe to do so Why is she criticizing him for this This is one small extract from a dense carefully constructed book It s one example of something that rubbed me up the wrong way and it s not fair to dwell on it too much But it demonstrates why Three Poems didn t work for me Sullivan is an accomplished poet excellent at using rhyme and rhythm to structure and further her ideas She s witty and her poems are dense and full of references both to modern life and the poetic tradition Her writing gives the reader a lot to talk and think about But for me it all rang hollow The way all three poems look at life feels shallow as though the poet is only ever picking at the surface of things And that may be the point this is a book about surface about the ways we present ourselves But it s not a detailed look at that It s the experience of one attractive white woman and the ways in which she navigates her upper middle class life and Sullivan doesn t give this context she never makes us feel like this is one way to exist in the midst of a myriad of other ways Poetry can be self absorbed without giving the reader that feeling that it s erasing all the other lives around it But Sullivan is consistently superficial and never gives me the feeling I long for from poetry a sense of the universal Perhaps that s why the section I uoted above rubs me up the wrong way Sullivan seems criticises the writers she talks about for not having empathy for the people around them for seeing their own existence as the only way to be while she writes a whole book doing exactly this Renewing Pastoral Practice Trinitarian Perspectives on Pastoral Care And Counselling Explorations in Practical Pastoral and Empirical Theology Explorations Practical Pastoral and Empirical Theology of romantic possibility disappointment and the Going Grand obduracy The Reject of innocence Repeat until Time begins with a move to California and unfolds into an essay Screenwalks on repetition and returning home at Battle Ground once personal and philo. 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Sophical The Sandpit after Rain explores the birth of a child and the loss of a father with exacting clarity In Three Poems readers will experience Sullivan's work with the same exhilaration as they might the great modernizing poems of Eliot and Pound but with the uniue perspective of a brilliant new female voice. Enjoyed parts of it but this is no poetry


10 thoughts on “Three Poems

  1. says:

    This I thought was absolutely brilliant three long thoughtful poems full of deep thinking and beautiful phrasing unified by the same light clever tone There's a certain neomodernist uality to the writing especially in its conception

  2. says:

    A series of formally ambitious wry long poems alternately exploring love birth and death through the lens of daily life; the writing’s clever and covers a wide range of themes from the loss of a father to the experience of New York during youth

  3. says:

    When I saw her give a reading at the Faber Spring Party Sullivan described her book as a hybrid work of poem essays That makes it sound pretentious and less accessible than it actually is The first poem “You Very Young in New York” is indeed in the second person and shifts between loosely rhyming short stanzascouplets and longer unrhymed ones It’s full of fragmentary images of city life drinking in bars sexual encounters the fast pa

  4. says:

    In the second of these three poems Repeat Until Time Sullivan describes Shelley as Another dubious rhyming poet she rails against his misogyny saying Both of his marriages had failed He was about to die He was cruel In the following section she uotes two of his famous lines 'True love differs from gold and clay That to divide is not to take away'What crap E M Forster hadn't even come outWhen he used it as an epigraph 'fine poetry' Says his

  5. says:

    Three brilliant exuisite and formally elegant poems which I ve been reading and re reading for a few months already She is

  6. says:

    This is a captivating collection of three long poems that tell stories in a kind of new modernist way mixing the tiny detail of modern life with poetic images and references to the past 'You Very Young in New York' feels like an updated Beat Poet type narrative from a modern female perspective 'Repeat Until Time' muses on different things but focuses on coming home and 'The Sandpit After Rain' is a detailed look at childbirth and parental l

  7. says:

    Nah didn't dig it bruv

  8. says:

    Enjoyed parts of it but this is no poetry

  9. says:

    Well that was disappointing This collection looked like a fairly elouent and intelligent one from afar given the author's training a

  10. says:

    So we remember the courage of street cleanersBecause of the hopelessness of their workAnd house painters in seaside townsAnd the charity of shift workers in hospital car parksBecause they sit drinking tea and smokingAnd do not care for fining the dyingAnd the bonhomie of Manhattan psychicsSuatting in their basements lit like brothelsWhen the

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