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I & I

著者: George Elliott Clarke
出版: Fredericton, N.B. : Goose Lane, ©2009.
エディション/フォーマット:   book_printbook : Englishすべてのエディションとフォーマットを見る
データベース:WorldCat
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"In the "Boogie Nights" era of the 1970s, Betty Browning and her lover, boxer Malcolm Miles, travel from the fog-anchored grime of Halifax, Nova Scotia, to sunburnt Corpus Christi, Texas, and back - meeting tragedy and bloodshed along the way. I & I smoulders with love, lust, violence, and the excruciating repercussions of racism, sexism, and disgust. Rastafarian for "you and me," "I & I" expresses the oneness of  続きを読む
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ドキュメントの種類: 図書
すべての著者/寄与者: George Elliott Clarke
ISBN: 9780864925138 0864925131
OCLC No.: 232131194
注記: Poems.
物理形態: 237 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
その他のタイトル: I and I
責任者: George Elliot Clarke.

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"In the "Boogie Nights" era of the 1970s, Betty Browning and her lover, boxer Malcolm Miles, travel from the fog-anchored grime of Halifax, Nova Scotia, to sunburnt Corpus Christi, Texas, and back - meeting tragedy and bloodshed along the way. I & I smoulders with love, lust, violence, and the excruciating repercussions of racism, sexism, and disgust. Rastafarian for "you and me," "I & I" expresses the oneness of God and man, the oneness of two people, or the distinction between body and spirit. In George Elliott Clarke's hands, this existential aesthetic crystallizes in a love story of Gothic grit. The narrative gives this verse novel shape; the poetry makes it sing, straddling folk ballad, soul, and pop music, all the while moaning the blues. Clarke fearlessly plumbs repugnant images, then, in a breath, wipes the slate clean with glistening language."--Jacket.

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