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She has written through youth, fame, marriage, motherhood, separation, solitude, political rage, feminist awakening and lesbianism. In its broad outlines, if not in its particulars, her progress through the decades has paralleled that of her generation of women; of the major poets among them, she is the one who has survived to tell the tale.
In ''Diving into the Wreck'' , her voice was that of a solitary woman taking inventory of her wounds. In ''The Dream of a Common Language'' , she was healing, scarred but still whole, ready to celebrate the possibility of a new beginning. Now, at age 52, the poet seems ready to imagine herself entering history, and therefore ready to embrace as her flesh and blood those who already have. False History. Women whose memories we have twice abused, first by long neglect, more recently by turning them into icons, unblemished and unreal. Miss Rich, who herself knows something of what it is to be treated like an icon, is now intent upon restoring these women to their particularity.
What would it look like? The imitation of a ghost mining town, the movie-set fa,cade of a false Spanish arcade, the faceless pueblo with the usual faceless old woman grinding corn? It's all been done. Several of the longer poems in this volume are conjuring acts in which the poet resurrects women like Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Susan B.