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Dear Prudence : new and selected poems

Author: David Trinidad
Publisher: New York : Turtle Point Press, ©2011.
Edition/Format:   Book : Poetry : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"This magnum opus confirms David Trinidad's place in the poetic firmament: he is simply the best we have. A worthy successor to James Schuyler, Trinidad writes soulfully and sometimes photorealistically about the melancholy threshold where dolls and stars become inner objects -- dirty, glamorous, destructible. Jacqueline Susann meets Sei Shonagon? Trinidad manages to combine neo-formalist abstraction with dripping  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David Trinidad
ISBN: 9781933527475 1933527471
OCLC Number: 709681752
Description: 494 pages ; 25 cm
Contents: Black telephone : new poems --
Dear Prudence : selected poems.
Responsibility: David Trinidad.

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"This magnum opus confirms David Trinidad's place in the poetic firmament: he is simply the best we have. A worthy successor to James Schuyler, Trinidad writes soulfully and sometimes photorealistically about the melancholy threshold where dolls and stars become inner objects -- dirty, glamorous, destructible. Jacqueline Susann meets Sei Shonagon? Trinidad manages to combine neo-formalist abstraction with dripping gorgeous figuration: Bonnard's wet dream."--Wayne Koestenbaum.

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