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Free stallion : poems

Author: Amber Tamblyn
Publisher: New York : Simon & Schuster, ©2005.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Secondary (senior high) school : EnglishView all editions and formats
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My words ripple: Stand there, wait for the train. Amber Tamblyn, best known as an actress, is also an accomplished poet who was mentored by Beat poets such as Jack Hirschman and Michael McClure. Incisive and passionate, her poems represent Amber's unique perspective on universal issues of relationships, loss, and self-discovery. This collection provides a glimpse into the mind of a young woman struggling to define  Read more...
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Material Type: Secondary (senior high) school, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Amber Tamblyn
ISBN: 9781416902591 1416902597 9781442430877 1442430877
OCLC Number: 57283725
Description: viii, 79 pages ; 21 cm
Contents: Kill me so much --
Disguise --
Ol' green eyes --
The coliseum --
Banana --
Dig --
1 & 2 --
Numbers --
Sink her --
Paper tiger --
What's the word --
Nocturne for Chopin --
Sneaker --
The state --
A valid question ensues unstitched --
Free stallion --
Plume --
Pax vobiscum --
Anna --
Beyond the pale --
Dear S. --
Vibration --
Moths --
When --
Pipe dreams --
Neil Tour 2003 --
Greendale ends --
Dear Divinity --
Train --
Truth about dark --
Celebrate --
The loneliest.
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My words ripple: Stand there, wait for the train. Amber Tamblyn, best known as an actress, is also an accomplished poet who was mentored by Beat poets such as Jack Hirschman and Michael McClure. Incisive and passionate, her poems represent Amber's unique perspective on universal issues of relationships, loss, and self-discovery. This collection provides a glimpse into the mind of a young woman struggling to define her own identity on her own terms. Jack Hirschman provides an introduction that places the poems in a literary context, and Amber prefaces her writing with a personal explanation that gives readers an entry point into her work. This striking collection marks the arrival of an original voice in the realm of young adult literature.

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"A fine fruitful gestation of throbbingly nascent sexuality awakened in young new language." -- Lawrence Ferlinghetti "Here's a poet with the courage and liveliness to speak for her generation -- and Read more...

 
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