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|LC Classifications||PS3619.C335 Z474 2004|
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|LC Control Number||2004000269|
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"This compelling essays gathered together in A Sinner of Memory remind us that a condition of wisdom is owning the losses, that durable beauty is hammered out of ruin. Melita Schaum earned these essays--wise and beautiful--in the living and with her pen; to us, they arrive as gifts."Author: Melita Schaum.
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Genre/Form: Biographies Biography: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Schaum, Melita, Sinner of memory: essays / by Melita Schaum. East Lansing:. Sinner of Memory Melita Schaum Michigan State University Press $ This series of essays is characterized by a deeply haunting and sometimes melancholic tone that both mesmerizes and intrigues.
Early in the book, Schaum writes, “I think our lives come up at us sometimes in fragments, inexplicably. There we are. There 5/5. Biography. Melita Schaum is the author of two books on the poet Wallace Stevens and two books on women's issues.A Sinner of Memory (Michigan State University Press, ), a collection of her memoir essays, was finalist for ForeWord Magazine's Book of the Year Award in Melita's poetry, fiction and essays have appeared in Denver Quarterly, Fugue, Thema.
A Sinner of Memory Melita Schaum In this collection of essays, poet and essayist Melita Schaum reflects on individual experience from the perspective of a wanderer in mid-journey: a woman in her 40s, traveler, writer, and self- styled seeker who finds herself flaunting the "system" and bucking the odds.
Some of Schaum's writing has been translated into Japanese. BIOGRAPHICAL AND CRITICAL SOURCES: PERIODICALS. Literary Review, fall,Danielle Winterton, review of A Sinner of Memory, pp.
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A Sinner of Memory: Essays. by Melita Schaum. Hardcover from $ Add to Wishlist. Author’s Biography Melita Schaum is the author of five books: two on the poet Wallace Stevens, two books on women’s issues, and a collection of memoir essays, A Sinner of Memory, which was named runner up for the Great Lakes Colleges Association New Writer Award and finalist for ForeWord Magazine’s Book of the Year.
Her poetry, short fiction and literary essays have. Melita Schaum Awarded Fall Orlando Nonfiction Prize. MELITA SCHAUM is the author of two books on the modern poet Wallace Stevens and two books on women’s fifth book, A Sinner of Memory, a collection of her memoir essays about the wonders and catastrophes of midlife was named runner up for the Great Lakes Colleges Association New Writer Award for.
A Sinner of Memory: Essays Melita Schaum, MA '80 Michigan State U. Press, $ This memoir contemplates life and death, love and loss against a shifting landscape of sojourns in Europe, Australia, California and upstate New York.
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The concept Poets, American -- 20th century -- Biography represents the subject, aboutness, idea or notion of resources found in Brigham Young University. Melina Schaum (“Exposure”) poetry and prose have appeared in such journals as The Denver Quarterly, The Colorado Review, Notre Dame Review, New Letters, and Mississippi Review.
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