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The Last Girl quotes The Last Girl , litcharts The Last Girl , symbolism The Last Girl , summary shmoop The Last Girl , The Last Girl 1c65a3f3 A Shimmering Girl Who Disappears In Daylight A Boy Who Goes To War And Comes Back Forever Broken New Landscapes In Which Old Ghosts Appear, Telling Their Bits Of Stories Lovers And Losses, Visions And Dreams Such Are The People, Places, And Images Who Fill Rose Solari S Third Collection Of Poetry, The Last Girl Moving Beyond The Often Narrative Constructions Of Her Previous Collection, The Poems In This Collection Tell Their Truths Slant Wise, In Spiky, Inventive Lines That Sing Their Way Under The Reader S Skin Solari S Whole Hearted Lyricism Of Her Elegiac Moments, Linguistic Inventiveness, And Range Of Tones Sweep The Reader From Dark To Light, From Pain To Joy, From Unbearable Loss To Giddy Delight The Poems In This Collection Represent A Writer Working At The Peak Of Her Powers, Possessed Of Technical Mastery, Fierce Perception, And A Tender But Unsentimental Heart

15 thoughts on “The Last Girl

  1. says:

    Rose Solari s poems carry the reader to new worlds with her rhythmic use of words and fresh imagery In The Last Girl, Solari takes you on a journey to the desert, the islands, and the forgotten backyards of childhood My two favorite poems are Rochelle s Moves and Another Country In Rochelle, the speaker is a waitress who is tired of the the lame come ons and veiled invites from her male customers who visit the diner She imagines herself in a movie and then glories in all the ways she could turn the tables on her male customers with them as waiters I cheered for Rochelle at the end In Another Country, Solari remembers the way her older brother used to carry her on his shoulders and how her mother played the piano She ends her reverie on a somber note with the lines referencing her lost brother And that country I wentat last year all the gold wine lightof history, and songs cheap on the streets.Your face was everywhere A beautiful book Brava, Rose.

  2. says:

    Not fair to explain joy of this book without remembering the context in which it was read 3 year old stealing alternately ferry s bewilderment, Saturday morning coffee loved Rochelle, the island sequence, the good bye to an ex lover and an ex life, the woman friends poem Want to steal this from the library and send it to sea and Mel.

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