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    The 10 Best Poetry Books of 2013

    Monday: Slate staffers pick their favorite books of 2013. Tuesday: The overlooked books of 2013. Wednesday: The best lines of 2013, and the best poetry of 2013. Thursday: Dan Kois’ 15 favorite books. Friday: The Slate Book Review Top 10. At least once a decade, the conversation about poetry gets...
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    The Collected Poems of Samuel Beckett. "A sumptuously annotated edition. . . . Beckett’s poetic successes, in any genre, are matters of musical cadence, of the rich interplay of sounds: they obey the Imagist prescription to compose in the rhythm of the musical phrase, not in that of the metronome. . . . Beckett’s poems trace in miniature his lifelong inability, despite his best efforts, to keep silent." —The New Criterion

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    The latest selection of poetry in English of the prominent Macedonian poet Lidija Dimkovska (b. 1971) points out the ironic-parodic optics with the title itself, which undermines dominant topoi, stereotypes, and ideological patterns that constitute human experience and the role of women in modern civilization as well as the Balkans and Eastern Europe.

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    E. E. Cummings Selected Poems