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Summary Ë Trouble in Mind: Poems ô With Trouble in Mind her long awaited third collection Lucie Brock Broido has written her most exceptional poems to date There is a new clarity to her work a disuieting transparency even in the midst of the wild thickets of language for which she is known A poet “at the border of her own allegory” Brock BroidoErs to as fragments leaflets and apologues Trouble in Mind is a book that astonishes us afresh at the agility and the uncanny will of language which Brock Broido is not afraid to follow where it may lead her “That the name of bliss is only in the diminishing As far as possible of pain That I had uit The uiet velvet cult of it Yet trouble came” Even trouble in Brock Broido’s idiom becomes something resplenden. I'm am happy to wo

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Is uncompromising In the process she reveals unsparingly things as they are In “Pamphlet on Ravening” she recalls “I was a hunger artist once as well My bones had shone I had had rapture on my side” The book is laced with seuences haunted odd self portraits; a succession of poems provoked by discarded titles by Wallace Stevens; an intermittent series of fractured and beguiling lyrics that she variously ref. I don't think I co

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Trouble in Mind PoemsWith Trouble in Mind her long awaited third collection Lucie Brock Broido has written her most exceptional poems to date There is a new clarity to her work a disuieting transparency even in the midst of the wild thickets of language for which she is known A poet “at the border of her own allegory” Brock Broido searches for a lexicon adeuate to the extremities of experience–a uest that is as capricious as it. 7010While the lang