What Silence Equals

What Silence Equals The brilliant and challenging Library Journal exploration of living with HIV by the winner of the James Laughlin Award First published in this virtuosic collection defined writing about AID
  • Title: What Silence Equals
  • Author: Tory Dent
  • ISBN: 9780892551965
  • Page: 420
  • Format: Paperback
  • What Silence Equals
    The brilliant and challenging Library Journal exploration of living with HIV by the winner of the 1999 James Laughlin Award First published in 1993, this virtuosic collection defined writing about AIDS for a generation of poets Chaotic and incantatory, it is a submersion into the railing consciousness of a young woman on the precipice of mortality, its dazzling anThe brilliant and challenging Library Journal exploration of living with HIV by the winner of the 1999 James Laughlin Award First published in 1993, this virtuosic collection defined writing about AIDS for a generation of poets Chaotic and incantatory, it is a submersion into the railing consciousness of a young woman on the precipice of mortality, its dazzling and valiant poemse psalms of our present moment Sharon Olds.
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  • Tory Dent was a poet brave to write out of her experience of living with AIDS, she had three books published before her death, this is her first book She is an academic poet, and was schooled at NYU.


  • I love this book so much gorgeous, smart, harrowing Every time I read it and I read some of it several times a year I teach Jade Poem for a Poem almost every semester I am simply floored by how good she was and is We are so lucky to have had her with us at all.




  • The subject matter is intense, and the poetry is evocative of issues of loss one confronts with chronic illness and death in an urban setting A striding rhythm marches on unabashed through the book that is confrontational towards the early loss that death brings to a young person, and the reader can grasp the change of conscience that the author experiences and move through it.


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