Thomas and Beulah
Thomas and Beulah is a book of poems by African American poet Rita Dove that tells the semi-fictionalized chronological story of her maternal grandparents, the focus being on her grandfather (Thomas, his name in the book as well as in real life) in the first half and her grandmother (named Beulah in the book, although her real name was Georgianna) in the second. It won the 1987 Pulitzer Prize for poetry.
|Cover artist||Ray A. Dove|
|Publisher||Carnegie Mellon University Press|
|LC Class||PS3554.O884 T47 1986|
|Preceded by||Fifth Sunday|
|Followed by||Grace Notes|
II. Canary in Bloom
Notes and referencesEdit
- Also featured in a chapbook titled Mandolin in Ohio Review 28
- Also featured in Callaloo.
- Also featured in The Reaper.
- Also featured in Paris Review.
- Also featured in CutBank.
- Also featured in Georgia Review.
- Also featured in Nimrod.
- Also featured in New England Review & Bread Loaf Quarterly.
- Also featured in New American Poets of the Eighties, Wampeter Press, 1984
- Also featured in Poetry.
- Also featured in Pushcart Prize: VII, Pushcart Press, 1984, Museum, Carnegie-Mellon University Press, 1983, and The Morrow Anthology of Younger American Poets, 1985.
- Also featured in The Bread Loaf Anthology of Contemporary American Poetry, University Press of New England, 1985
- Also featured in Agni Review.