Where Shall I Wander

Where Shall I Wander

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ISBN Code : 9780060765293
Book Author : John Ashbery
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Total Pages : 405

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You meant more than life to me. I livedthrough you not knowing, not knowing Iwas living.I learned that you called for me. I came towhere you were living, up a stair. Therewas no one there.No one to appreciate me. The legality of itupset a chair. Many times to celebratewe were called together and wherewe had been there was nothing there,nothing that is anywhere. W

Night Clerk at the Hotel of Both Worlds

Night Clerk at the Hotel of Both Worlds

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ISBN Code : 9780822959755
Book Author : Angela Ball
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Total Pages : 292

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Winner of the 2006 Donald Hall Prize in Poetry.Angela Ball�s lyrical, wry, and rueful poems float on a river of incongruities on which we may find Ron Popeil, Lord Byron, and Rudyard Kipling sharing the same raft; they create a fascinating commerce between the sublime and the ridiculous.

Emily Dickinson: A Poets Grammar

Emily Dickinson: A Poets Grammar

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ISBN Code : 9780674250369
Book Author : Chistanne Miller
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Total Pages : 454

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In this inventive work on Emily Dickinsons poetry, Cristanne Miller traces the roots of Dickinsons unusual, compressed, ungrammatical, and richly ambiguous style, finding them in sources as different as the New Testament and the daily patterns of womens speech. Dickinson writes as she does both because she is steeped in the great patriarchal texts of her culture, from t

The Flowers Of Evil

The Flowers Of Evil

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ISBN Code : 9781449555436
Book Author : Charles Baudelaire
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Total Pages : 229

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The French poetry in this book was important in the symbolist and modernist movements, dealing with themes related to decadence and eroticism.

How to survive hope

How to survive hope

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Book Author : Esdras Parra
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Total Pages : 341

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With its thirty interconnected poems, this book is a relatively brief work in contrast to the monumental two hundred pages of her first poetry book Este suelo secreto (1995). But here her poems feel less restrained than before, like shes allowing herself more room after her two previous, more tightly controlled poetry books.Whereas in Este suelo secreto Parra employed a s

for colored girls who have considered suicide/when the rainbow is enuf

for colored girls who have considered suicide/when the rainbow is enuf

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ISBN Code : 9780613135528
Book Author : Ntozake Shange
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Total Pages : 319

for colored girls who have considered suicide/when the rainbow is enuf Book Detail/ Review :

From its inception in California in 1974 to its highly acclaimed critical success at Joseph Papps Public Theater and on Broadway, the Obie Award-winning for colored girls who have considered suicide/when the rainbow is enuf has excited, inspired, and transformed audiences all over the country. Passionate and fearless, Shanges words reveal what it is to be of color and fe

Stop Wanting

Stop Wanting

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ISBN Code : 9780986025761
Book Author : Lizzie Harris
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Total Pages : 436

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In this debut collection, Harris confronts memory with anxiety and persistence as she unravels her own childhood trauma with visceral clarity. This bleak and violent narrative is contrasted by vibrant and surprising imagery�the result is an experience that�s somehow both harrowing and enjoyable.Harris replays the past at varying volumes and frequencies, slowing it down ju

Trouble the Water

Trouble the Water

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ISBN Code : 9781942683056
Book Author : Derrick Austin
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Total Pages : 542

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Rich in religious and artistic imagery, Trouble the Water is an intriguing exploration of race, sexuality, and identity, particularly where self-hood is in constant flux. These intimate, sensual poems interweave pop culture and history moving from the Bible through several artistic eras to interrogate what it means to be, as Austin says, fully human as a queer, black bod

Tangents

Tangents

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ISBN Code : 9781907407406
Book Author : Rose Mary Boehm
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Total Pages : 354

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A selection of delightful poems - moving, thoughtful, sometimes irreverent... It picks out moments of sorrow, of joy, or contemplates lifes surprising diversity and subtle shadings. Each poem in TANGENTS opens a different window on a moment in time and the gifts it brings us.

A Basic Guide

A Basic Guide

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Book Author : Nick Sturm
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Total Pages : 249

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If I ever wake up in a dark wood, facing an impassable mountain, assailed by beasts and unable to find my way, I hope hope that Nick Sturm will show up with some enchiladas and lead me out of the abyss and back to the light and safety of my nest. But if for some reason he cant, hes written A BASIC GUIDE to help me help myself, and for that I am very grateful. You should

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