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Materialism : poems

Author: Jorie Graham
Publisher: Hopewell, NJ : Ecco Press, ©1993.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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In her fifth collection the poet undertakes a meditation on the nature of our restless relationship with matter.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jorie Graham
ISBN: 0880013427 9780880013420
OCLC Number: 28423660
Description: xi, 146 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: A Cappella --
Notes on the Reality of the Self --
Steering Wheel --
In the Hotel --
Notes on the Reality of the Self --
Notes on the Reality of the Self --
Concerning the Right to Life --
From Sir Francis Bacon's Novum Organum --
Subjectivity --
From Wittgenstein's Tractatus --
Relativity: A Quartet --
From Dante's Inferno: Canto XI --
Event Horizon --
On Description (From Walter Benjamin's Illuminations, and a letter) --
In the Hotel --
Notes on the Reality of the Self --
From Plato's Phaedo --
From Brecht's a Short Organum for the Theatre --
Annunciation With a Bullet in It --
From Sir Francis Bacon's Novum Organum --
On Desire (From Benjamin Whorf's Language, Thought and Reality) --
The Dream of the Unified Field --
From Audubon's Missouri River Journals --
From Wittgenstein's Tractatus --
Manifest Destiny --
From McGuffey's New Fifth Reader --
From Walt Whitman's Crossing Brooklyn Ferry --
From Jonathan Edwards' Doctrine of Original Sin --
The Break of Day.
Responsibility: by Jorie Graham.
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In her fifth collection the poet undertakes a meditation on the nature of our restless relationship with matter.

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