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100 1  Dobyns, Stephen,|d1941-|eauthor. 
240 10 Poems.|kSelections 
245 14 The day's last light reddens the leaves of the copper 
       beech :|bpoems /|cby Stephen Dobyns. 
250    First edition. 
263    1609 
264  1 Rochester, NY :|bBOA Editions Ltd.,|c2016. 
300    1 online resource 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bn|2rdamedia 
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490 1  American poets continuum series, no. 156 
506    Available only to authorized UTEP users. 
520    "This new collection from best-selling poet and novelist 
       Stephen Dobyns focuses on the hard, ephemeral truth of 
       mortality, including the section "Sixteen Sonnets for 
       Isabel" about the recent death of his wife; the poem 
       "Laugh," a portrait of the late poet Hayden Carruth; and 
       the poignant parable of a horse in a bar. In true Dobyns 
       fashion, these poems grip and guide readers into a state 
       of empathy, ultimately raising the question of how one 
       lives and endures in the world. Recognitions The awful 
       imbalance that occurs with age when you suddenly see that 
       more friends have died, than remain alive. And at times 
       the memory seems so real that the latest realization of a 
       death can become a second, smaller death. All those talks 
       cut off in mid- sentence. All those plans tossed in the 
       trash. What can you do but sit out on the porch when 
       evening comes? The day's last light reddens the leaves of 
       the copper beach. Stephen Dobyns is the best-selling 
       author of twenty-three novels, fourteen books of poetry, 
       two collections of essays, and one book of short stories. 
       Among his many honors and awards are fellowships from the 
       National Endowment for the Arts and the Guggenheim 
       Foundation. Dobyns has worked as a reporter for Detroit 
       News, and has written reviews for such publications as the
       New York Times, the Washington Post, Chicago Tribune, 
       Philadelphia Inquirer, and the Times Literary Supplement. 
       He has taught at various academic institutions, including 
       Sarah Lawrence College, the Warren Wilson College MFA 
       Program for Writers, the University of Iowa, Syracuse 
       University, and Boston University. He currently lives in 
       Westerly, Rhode Island"--|cProvided by publisher. 
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648  7 2000-2099|2fast 
650  0 American poetry|y21st century. 
776 08 |iPrint version:|aDobyns, Stephen, 1941-|tDay's last light
       reddens the leaves of the copper beech.|bFirst edition.
       |dRochester, NY : BOA Editions Ltd., 2016|z9781942683162
       |w(DLC)  2016019091 
830  0 American poets continuum series ;|vv. 156. 
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