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A poet's voice from the shadows [US]:
The poet Jane Kenyon had just reached her creative and professional prime when she was diagnosed with leukemia in 1994; she died 15 months later at the age of 47. [...]

Now, a decade after Kenyon's death, Graywolf, her longtime publisher, has released her "Collected Poems" -- a compilation of her four volumes of poetry, some uncollected work and her outstanding translations of the Russian poet Anna Akhmatova. Here, we see the clear, progressive trajectory of her development as a poet, how she learned to better alchemize her "vulnerability" into art.
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