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The hour between dog and wolf : poems

Author: Laure-Anne Bosselaar
Publisher: Rochester, NY : BOA Editions, 1997.
Series: New poets of America series, vol. 18.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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"Laure-Anne Bosselaar's poetry captures the lives of "lost souls roaming"--Be they young girls in convents, merchants, whores, widows, soldiers, nuns or farmers. Eccentric, vibrant people, who lived in Europe in the midst of and the fallout from the World Wars, are imagined, remembered, made unforgettable.
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Bosselaar, Laure-Anne, 1943-
Hour between dog and wolf.
Rochester, NY : BOA Editions, 1997
(OCoLC)643961991
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Laure-Anne Bosselaar
ISBN: 1880238470 9781880238479
OCLC Number: 37145610
Description: 95 pages ; 23 cm.
Contents: The worlds in this world --
The feather at Breendonck --
The pallor of survival --
Leek Street --
Amen --
Days of rules --
Little sisters of love and misery --
The radiator --
The hour between dog and wolf --
Ladybugs --
The pump --
Chanel no. 5 --
The cellar --
Lost souls roaming --
7 a.m., a man and a woman --
Parentheses --
A Sunday drive through Eagle County --
In Pocatello --
The old widow in Bruges --
Plastic beatitude --
The bumper-sticker --
At the Musée Rodin in Paris --
Hôtel des touristes --
A Paris blackbird --
Fountain in Avignon --
Mortal art --
Fallen --
The machinations of the mind --
Loving you in Flemish --
English flavors --
Taxi --
Letter from Jake's place, Durango --
Unable to find --
This morning, God --
After a noisy night --
Zen --
August --
So it's today --
Migration in red --
White-out --
The syllables of longing --
From my window, I see mountains --
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Series Title: New poets of America series, vol. 18.
Responsibility: by Laure-Anne Bosselaar ; foreword by Charles Simic.
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"Laure-Anne Bosselaar's poetry captures the lives of "lost souls roaming"--Be they young girls in convents, merchants, whores, widows, soldiers, nuns or farmers. Eccentric, vibrant people, who lived in Europe in the midst of and the fallout from the World Wars, are imagined, remembered, made unforgettable.

We learn of Antwerp, where "whores woo sailors in six different tongues" and Flanders where townspeople "eat raw herring/ with bread dipped in beer." Other poems speak to her experiences in America, her reflections on her European childhood and to adult love and intimacy. Here, the language is ancient and new, is entre chien et loup, as it's known in Belgium - that time at dusk when a wolf can be mistaken for a dog."--Jacket.

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