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eBook What Goes without Saying: Collected Stories of Josephine Jacobsen (Johns Hopkins: Poetry and Fiction) ePub
Author: Josephine Jacobsen
Language: English
ISBN: 0801863384
ISBN13: 978-0801863387
Publisher: Johns Hopkins University Press; 1st edition (June 8, 2000)
Pages: 320
Category: Short Stories & Anthologies
Subcategory: Literature
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ePub file: 1396 kb
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Poet, fiction writer, and critic Josephine Jacobsen was born in Ontario, Canada, to American parents on. .What Goes without Saying: Collected Stories of Josephine Jacobsen, Johns Hopkins University Press, 1996.

Poet, fiction writer, and critic Josephine Jacobsen was born in Ontario, Canada, to American parents on vacation. With William R. Mueller) The Testament of Samuel Beckett (dramatic criticism), Hill & Wang (New York, NY), 1964.

Josephine Jacobsen (19 August 1908 – 9 July 2003) was an American poet, short story writer, essayist, and critic. She was appointed the twenty-first Poet Laureate Consultant in Poetry to the Library of Congress in 1971. In 1997, she received the Poetry Society of America’s highest award, the Robert Frost Medal for Lifetime Achievement in Poetry. Josephine Jacobsen, in full Josephine Winder Jacobsen, née Josephine Winder Boylan, was born August 19, 1908 in Cobourg, Ontario, Canada

What Goes without Saying. Collected Stories of Josephine Jacobsen. Josephine Jacobsen has written seven books of poetry, two works of criticism, and three collections of short fiction.

What Goes without Saying. By Josephine Jacobsen. Johns Hopkins University Press. From 1971 to 1973 she served two terms as Consultant in Poetry to the Library of Congress, a post recently retitled National Poet Laureate. Her many awards include a 1994 Academy of the Arts citation; the Lenore Marshall Poetry Prize; a fellowship from the Academy of American Poets for service to poetry; and the selection of On the Island: Short Stories as one of the five nominees for the PEN-Faulkner fiction award.

Josephine Winder Jacobsen (August 19, 1908 - July 9, 2003) was an American poet and short story writer, who served as Poet laureate of the United States. Jacobsen was born Josephine Winder Boylan, prematurely, to an American couple who were vacationing in Canada. Her father died when she was 5. Her mother moved frequently after that, and Josphine received no formal schooling until 14, being taught by tutors. When she was 14, she moved to Maryland where she lived for the rest of her life. Collected Stories of Josephine Jacobsen

What Goes without Saying. The recipient of nearly every major literary award in the United States, Josephine Jacobsen has enjoyed a career that spans more than six decades, from the publication of her first poem at age eleven to her 1995 nomination as a National Book Award finalist. What Goes without Saying brings together thirty of her previously published stories.

What Goes Without Saying: Collected Stories of Josephine Jacobsen was published by The Johns Hopkins University in 1996

What Goes Without Saying: Collected Stories of Josephine Jacobsen was published by The Johns Hopkins University in 1996. Jacobsen also produced works of dramatic criticism: The Testament of Samuel Beckett (1964; with William R. Mueller) and Ionesco and Genet: Playwrights of Silence (1968; also with Mueller). Her lecture before the Library of Congress on May 7, 1973, was printed up as The Instant of Knowing.

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Josephine Jacobsen, Canadian author. In the Crevice of Time: New and Collected Poems (Johns Hopkins: Poetry and Fiction)

Josephine Jacobsen, Canadian author. Recipient MacDowell Colony fellow; Yaddo fellow; American Academy Poets fellow, 1987; recipient Shelly Memorial award for life work PSA, 1993. In the Crevice of Time: New and Collected Poems (Johns Hopkins: Poetry and Fiction) ) Josephine Jacobsen's distinguished career as poet and writer spans more than six decades, from the publication of her first poem at age eleven to her 1994 American Academy of the Arts Citation, which celebrated her as a recipient of "almost every major poetry award.

What Goes without Saying brings together thirty of her previously published stories. Release Date: June 2000. Publisher: Johns Hopkins University Press. Weight: . 3 lbs. Dimensions: . " x . ". Age Range: 18 years and up.

The recipient of nearly every major literary award in the United States, Josephine Jacobsen has enjoyed a career that spans more than six decades, from the publication of her first poem at age eleven to her 1995 nomination as a National Book Award finalist. What Goes without Saying brings together thirty of her previously published stories. In "Sound of Shadows," she takes readers through the double-bolted front door of a rowhouse, into the narrow quarters of Mrs. Bart, an elderly widow who has folded her life into her dark living room where the sole light in her "one room wide" world comes from the magenta- and green-tinged colors flashing on her television screen. We follow the muezzin's melancholy call in "A Walk with Raschid," an O. Henry Prize story about an intriguing ten-year-old Arab boy who guides a honeymoon couple through the Moroccan Fez. And the tautly written "Protection" begins with an exacting poetic image that is typical of Jacobsen's insightful prose: "Mica sparkles. The banshee ambulance is beating its mad bell. Like a reaped grassblade on a meadow of macadam, its object lies."

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