What Dante did with Loss

Jan Conn

What Dante Did With Loss is Jan Conn's fourth book of poems. Central to this powerful new collection is a suite of poems charting the explosive emotions surrounding her mother's suicide. Other poems range from meditations on South American flora and fauna to postmodern encounters with immortality.

Signal
Poetry 1998

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Jan Conn was brought up in Asbestos, Quebec. She now lives in Great Barrington, Massachusetts and works as a professor of Biomedical Sciences whose research is focused on mosquitoes, their evolution and ecology. She has published seven previous books of poetry.

Other books by Jan Conn:
South of the Tudo Bern Café
Beauties on Mad River
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104 pp 9" x 6"
ISBN13: 9781550650525

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