Although Kathleen Norris's best-sellingDakota: A Spiritual Geographyhas brought her to the attention of many thousands of readers, she is first and last a poet. Like Robert Frost, another poet identified with a particular landscape, she can reveal the miraculous in the ordinary, and she writes with clarity, humor, and deep sympathy for her subjects.
Subjects: Language & Literature
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