Vincent Ferrini's Gloucester
"Gloucester is the most important place in American
poetry for measuring "her sea's lineaments," Ferrini shares this
place, most notably, with Eliot and Olson. What Eliot has done for dust in "Burnt
Norton," Ferrini has done for "her sea's lineaments" in Magdalene
Silence . What Olson has done for the Great Mother in the second volume of
The Maximus Poems , Ferrini has done for the Sacred Whore in
Magdalene Silences . "
- Kenneth Warren
Gloucester Daily Times
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Gloucester - Quoted directly from Sawyer Families of New England 1636-1900
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Olson Festival - Honoring the Life and Work of Charles Olson:
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