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Horse latitudes

著者: Paul Muldoon
出版商: New York : Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2006.
版本/格式:   图书 : 英语 : 1st ed查看所有的版本和格式
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"The title of Horse Latitudes, Paul Muldoon's tenth collection of poetry, refers to those areas thirty degrees north and south of the equator where sailing ships tend to stand becalmed, where stasis (if not stagnation) is the order of the day, and from where sailors, in the days when Spanish vessels transported horses to the West Indies, would throw their live cargo overboard to lighten the load and conserve food
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所有的著者/提供者: Paul Muldoon
ISBN: 0374173052 9780374173050
OCLC号码: 62805034
注意: Poems.
描述: viii, 107 p. ; 22 cm.
内容: Horse latitudes --
Tithonus --
Bob Dylan at Princeton, November 2000 --
The Biddy boys --
Alba --
Soccer moms --
As your husband looks up to our window --
The procedure --
The treaty --
Eggs --
At least they weren't speaking French --
The old country --
The outlier --
It is what it is --
Turtles --
Flags and emblems --
90 instant messages to Tom Moore --
Riddle --
Turkey buzzards --
Starlings, Broad Street, Trenton, 2003 --
The coyote --
Now pitching himself like a forlorn hope --
Perdu --
The landing --
The mountain is holding out --
Medley for Morin Khur --
Glaucus --
The last time I saw Chris --
Hedge school --
Sillyhow stride: in memory of Warren Zevon.
责任: Paul Muldoon.
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"The title of Horse Latitudes, Paul Muldoon's tenth collection of poetry, refers to those areas thirty degrees north and south of the equator where sailing ships tend to stand becalmed, where stasis (if not stagnation) is the order of the day, and from where sailors, in the days when Spanish vessels transported horses to the West Indies, would throw their live cargo overboard to lighten the load and conserve food and water. From Bosworth Field to Beijing, from the Battle of the Boyne to Bull Run, from a series of text messages written to the nineteenth-century Irish poet Tom Moore to an elegy for Warren Zevon, and from post-Agreement Ireland to George W.

Bush's America, this book presents us with fields of battle and fields of debate, in which we often seem to have come to a standstill, but in which language that has been debased may yet be restruck and made current to our predicament."--BOOK JACKET.

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