The Groundnote, Janet Kaplan's first collection of poetry, explores violence in the twentieth century, both in the family and in the larger world. The poems range over difficult subjects--the Jewish Holocaust, urban blight in New York City and the author's personal history in the Bronx. Through myth, music and detailed observation of the natural world, these poems confirm the difficult truth that violence has always coexisted with beauty.
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