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100 1  Solie, Karen,|d1966-|eauthor. 
240 10 Poems.|kSelections 
245 14 The Caiplie Caves|h[electronic resource] :|bpoems /|cKaren
260    New York :|bFarrar, Straus and Giroux,|c2020. 
300    1 online resource. 
520    The award-winning poet Karen Solie's striking fifth 
       collection of poetry blends the story of a seventh-century
       monk with contemporary themes of economic class, 
       environmentalism, and solitude in an ever-connected world 
       if one asks for a sign must one accept what's given' 
       Ethernan, an Irish missionary in the seventh century, 
       retreated to the Caiplie Caves on the eastern coast of 
       Scotland to consider life as a hermit. In The Caiplie 
       Caves, Karen Solie's fifth collection of poems, short-
       listed for the T. S. Eliot Prize, Solie inhabits a figure 
       inspired by Ethernan, a man torn between the communal and 
       the contemplative. His story is remarkable for the 
       mysticism embedded in the ordinary; as Solie writes in her
       preface, Ethernan is not known for supernatural feats, but
       'is said to have survived for a very long time on bread 
       and water.' Interwoven with the voice of this figure are 
       poems whose subjects orbit the physical location of the 
       caves and join the sharply contemporary to the mythic past
       : the fall of a coal-fired power station; a 'druid 
       shouting astrology' outside a liquor store, putting 'the 
       Ambien in ambience'; seabirds 'frontloaded with military 
       tech'; the dichotomous nature of the stinging nettle. 
       These are meditations on the crisis of time and change, on
       class, power, and belief. Above all, these are ambitious 
       and exhilarating poems from one of today's most gifted 
       poetic voices. 
588    Title from resource description page (Recorded Books, 
       viewed July 07, 2020). 
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