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Author: Christopher Schmidt
Publisher: [Raymond, N.H.] : Slope Editions, ©2008.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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"The Next in Line, Christopher Schmidt's debut volume, tracks the poet's coming of age with a language reflecting New York City's speed and crush. Tartly seductive, these poems admit an erotic pessimism finally overcome by a desiring temperament too in love with life's eccentricities to brood."--BOOK JACKET.
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Genre/Form: Poetry
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Christopher Schmidt
ISBN: 0977769836 9780977769834
OCLC Number: 191847172
Notes: "Winner of the 2007 Slope Editions Book Prize."
Description: 71 p. ; 22 cm.
Contents: Introduction / Timothy Liu --
I. The Next in Line --
All Tomorrow's Parties --
Go Lightly --
Avoids (Beckett Essay) --
Kafka at the Black Party --
host body --
tenement --
Kafka at the Bathhouse --
fathers ... daughters --
Georgia --
Versus --
Hard G --
Multiple Choice --
Block Text --
inter --
Code Sore --
Sonnet --
Accommodations --
II. Arcades Palare --
Blue, Lit, Special --
Arcades Palare --
Top/Butt --
Arcades Palare II --
The Tapestry Takes Precedence --
A Little Learning Is a Profitable Thing --
Unprofessional --
au bureau --
Not in Kansas --
Arcades Palare III --
By the Sea --
I Alone --
The Last Shangri-La --
Priapus Met --
Arcades Palare IV --
Callas Benched
Responsibility: Christopher Schmidt.
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"The Next in Line, Christopher Schmidt's debut volume, tracks the poet's coming of age with a language reflecting New York City's speed and crush. Tartly seductive, these poems admit an erotic pessimism finally overcome by a desiring temperament too in love with life's eccentricities to brood."--BOOK JACKET.

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