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New addresses : poems

Author: Kenneth Koch
Publisher: New York : A.A. Knopf, 2000.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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A collection of reflective, joyful poems celebrates seminal events and influences in the poet's life, including piano lessons, Jewishness, and marijuana.
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Genre/Form: Collections
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Koch, Kenneth, 1925-2002.
New addresses.
New York : A.A. Knopf, 2000
(OCoLC)745695616
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Kenneth Koch
ISBN: 0375410279 9780375410277
OCLC Number: 42726151
Description: ix, 73 p. ; 25 cm.
Contents: To "Yes" --
To Life --
To the Ohio --
To My Father's Business --
To Piano Lessons --
To Stammering --
To Kidding Around --
To Carelessness --
To Some Buckets --
To World War Two --
To Living in the City --
To My Twenties --
To Psychoanalysis --
To Testosterone --
To Driving --
To Jewishness --
To Consciousness --
To Jewishness, Paris, Ambition, Trees, My Heart, and Destiny --
To the French Language --
To Friendship --
To Orgasms --
To the Italian Language --
To Knowledge, My Skeleton, and an Aesthetic Concept --
To Tiredness --
To the Island of Hydra --
To Marijuana --
To My Old Addresses --
To Walking, the French Language, Testosterone, Politics, and Duration --
To Sleep --
To the Roman Forum --
To Angelic Circumstances --
To Experience --
To Life, Breath, and Experience --
To Fame --
To My Fifties --
To My Heart as I Go Along --
To My Heart at the Close of Day --
To Duration --
To Scrimping --
To Insults --
To High Spirits --
To Competitiveness --
To the Unknown --
To One Thing after Another --
To the Past --
To Destiny --
To Some Abstract Paintings --
To Various Persons Talked to All at Once --
To Breath --
To Old Age.
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A collection of reflective, joyful poems celebrates seminal events and influences in the poet's life, including piano lessons, Jewishness, and marijuana.

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