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May 10, 2016

The Washington Post

Rita Dove’s essential new ‘Collected Poems: 1974-2004’
By Elizabeth Lund

Rita Dove’s Collected Poems: 1974 to 2004 reminds readers why she is one of the nation’s most respected literary figures, with honors including two years as U.S. poet laureate, a National Humanities Medal and a National Medal of Arts. Fans will enjoy a fresh encounter with Dove’s best work, such as the exquisite "Grace Notes," ...

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The Washington Post reviews Rita Dove's new book of Collected Poems, 1974-2004