Anne M Carson



Review Short: Anne M. Carson’s Removing the Kimono

Removing the KimonoEvery poem in Anne M. Carson’s collection is appealing on account of the distinctive cast of mind revealed in a precise language that registers the author’s alertness to all senses. Three groups of poems establish a pattern of mortality and rebirth, of natural forces and human emotions.

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Dr Ko Explains Sky Burial

Monastery, North Eastern Tibet, 1933 Here I have the majesty of solitude, uninterrupted awareness of buddha nature. Great lamas – like my Rinpoche – die sitting up, in wooden meditation boxes, consciousness controlling body until the very end. After death …

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My head spins – the audacity of coming so close to the Gods!

My head spins – the audacity of coming so close to the Gods!

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