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Little Girls In Church

Little Girls In Church

Kathleen Norris
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    Little Girls In Church
    Book Description:

    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.

    eISBN: 978-0-8229-7901-2
    Subjects: Language & Literature

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  1. The Wedding in the Courthouse
    (pp. 9-10)
  2. St. Mary of Egypt Speaks to a Gentleman in a Victorian Whorehouse
    (pp. 22-22)
  3. Thinking About Louise Bogan
    (pp. 23-23)
  4. Hester Prynne Recalls a Sunday in June
    (pp. 24-24)
  5. Eve of St. Agnes in the High School Gym
    (pp. 29-29)
  6. The Ignominy of the Living
    (pp. 36-37)
  7. Vision: A Note on Astrophysics
    (pp. 38-38)
  8. The Monastery Orchard in Early Spring
    (pp. 45-45)
  9. The Word Itself: A Love Poem
    (pp. 46-47)
  10. A Letter to Paul Carroll, Who Said I Must Become a Catholic so That I Can Pray for Him
    (pp. 48-49)
  11. “The sky is full of blue and full of the mind of God”
    (pp. 50-50)
  12. How I Came to Drink My Grandmother’s Piano
    (pp. 53-53)
  13. A Litany for Basil, on Leaving Oz
    (pp. 60-60)
  14. Mysteries of the Incarnation
    (pp. 61-66)