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Return to the city of white donkeys : poems

Author: James Tate
Publisher: New York : ECCO, ©2004.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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"In his fourteenth collection of poetry, Pulitzer Prize and National Book Award winner James Tate continues exploring his own peculiar brand of poetry, transforming our everyday world into one where women give birth to wolves, wild babies are found in gardens, and Saint Nick visits on a hot July day."--Jacket.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: James Tate
ISBN: 0060750014 9780060750015
OCLC Number: 54767541
Description: 173 pages ; 25 cm
Contents: Long-Term Memory --
The Memories of Fish --
The Beautiful Shoeshine --
Never Enough Darts --
It Happens Like This --
Brittle Family Photographs --
The Man Without Leather Breeches --
The All but Perfect Evening on the Lake --
The Florist --
Lost River --
Making the Best of the Holidays --
Their Number Became Thinned --
Lust for Life --
The Incense Man --
The Lost Chapter --
Bernie at the Pay Phone --
Suburban Bison --
In Search Of --
Banking Rules --
The Animists --
The Healing Ground --
The Promotion --
A Sound Like Distant Thunder --
A Cyclops Would Have Been Better --
Of Whom Am I Afraid? --
The Camel --
Condolence --
Silver Queen --
The Ravine --
The Bleeding Mind --
Etiquette --
The Greater Battle --
The Fragrant Cloud --
Hunger --
Sheldon's Derring-Do --
Half-Eaten --
Jules to the Rescue --
The Found Penny --
Holy Saturday --
The Formal Invitation --
A More Prosperous Nation --
Mr. Twiggy --
Intruders --
Bounden Duty --
Seven Sauce Lobster of Paradise --
Shiloh --
The Interview --
In a Past Life --
Not Long Ago, Milk Cows Ruminated There --
Beavertown --
Love Child --
Sleepy Visitation --
Elysium --
Why We Must Sleep --
I Never Meant to Harm Him --
A Trout in the Tam o'Shanter --
Swoon --
The Historical Society --
The Wild Turkey --
Directions to the Peace Pagoda --
The Rules --
Wendell --
The Survivalists --
The Rally --
The Case of Aaron Novak --
The Rebel --
The Harp --
Kung Fu Dancing --
Special Protection --
The Cobbler's Assistant --
The Special Guest --
Faultfinding Tour --
The Loon.
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"In his fourteenth collection of poetry, Pulitzer Prize and National Book Award winner James Tate continues exploring his own peculiar brand of poetry, transforming our everyday world into one where women give birth to wolves, wild babies are found in gardens, and Saint Nick visits on a hot July day."--Jacket.

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