In The Swimmer, Susan Ludvigson writes of the enveloping sensuality of swimming-gliding beneath the waves, basking in shimmering light on the surface, drifting in the pleasure of the water.
In The Swimmer, Susan Ludvigson writes of the enveloping sensuality of swimming-gliding beneath the waves, basking in shimmering light on the surface, drifting in the pleasure of the water. In these poems, swimming can be the perfect escape from life, a sublime refuge from the cares and agonies that lie on the shore or wait at the edge of the pool. Ludvigson begins with poems that speak of the griefs that punctuate life.
Poems consider sensuality, grief, passion, dreams, sadness, death, truth, and. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem.
Susan Ludvigson (born February 13, 1942) is an American poet and academic. Ludvigson was born in Rice Lake, Wisconsin. She attended the University of Wisconsin at River Falls, earning a . in English and psychology in 1965; and then taught school in Wisconsin for 7 years. She married Scott Bartel in 1961; the couple had one son. She earned an . in English from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte in 1973, and then studied under James Dickey at the University of South Carolina for 2 years.
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Poet Susan Ludvigson is professor emeritus of English at Winthrop University in Rock Hill, South Carolina. Ludvigson’s poetry attends to family, faith, landscapes, and the arts
THE SWIMMER": A Summary. Introduction to the Character and the Journey. This short story begins by drawing a picture of suburban America, and the life of one man, Neddy Merrill, who is at the Westerhazys' (a friend) residence.
The Swimmer" by John Cheever: Summary and Analysis. THE SWIMMER": A Summary. It begins by showing us how life revolved around affluence, drinking, and sports, and how they spent the weekends relaxing and drinking. It is a beautiful summer day with apple trees blooming in the background.
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Susan M. Johnson (born August 28, 1969), later known by her married name Susan Lipscomb, is an American former competition swimmer who represented the United States at the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul. She competed in the B Final of the women's 100-meter breaststroke and finished with the thirteenth-best time of all competitors (1:11. List of University of Texas at Austin alumni.