Love and Scorn: New and Selected Poems combines twenty new poems by Carol Frost with a substantial selection of work from her previous seven books. In forms ranging from the sonnet to the lyric to the narrative, Frost's poems are fiery, passionate meditations on experience and consciousness.
Carol Frost is the author of Pure and Venus and Don Juan, both published by TriQuarterly Books/Northwetsern University Press. She is a two-time recipient of an NEA fellowship. Her poems have appeared in Gettysburg Review, Kenyon Review, Massachusetts Review, New England Review, Prairie Schooner, Quarterly West, Shenandoah, Southern Review, and TriQuarterly. Frost lives in the Otsdawa River Valley in New York State."Love and Scorn is a highly original work. The poems are hard-felt and new, with surprises around every corner. Carol Frost is a realist, a realist of excitements and exaltations. She is one of the three or four best poets of her generation." --Donald Justice
"[U]ndoubtedly one of the best books of the year." --Dictionary of Literary Biography Yearbook 2000
"Carol Frost's powerhouse poems . . . are saturated with urgency. Their special province is the violence reflected in our innermost selves, where conscience is often defeated by knowledge of a world that is not only terrifying and beautiful, but highly deterministic." —Gettysburg Review
Love and Scorn: New and Selected Poems by Carol Frost (used)
TriQuarterly Books 2000
Used paperback in very good condition