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Songs of unreason

Author: Jim Harrison
Publisher: Port Townsend, Wash. : Copper Canyon Press, ©2011.
Edition/Format:   Book : Poetry : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Book description: Jim Harrison's compelling and provocative Songs of Unreason explores what it means to inhabit the world in atavistic, primitive, and totemistic ways. "This can be disturbing to the learned," Harrison admits. Using interconnected suites, brief lyrics, and rollicking narratives, Harrison's passions and concerns-creeks, thickets, time's effervescence, familial love-emerge by turns painful and  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Poetry
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jim Harrison
ISBN: 9781556593895 1556593899 9781556593901 1556593902
OCLC Number: 709681159
Description: xi, 143 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Broom --
Suite of unreason --
Notation --
American sermon --
Arts --
Bird's-eye view --
Poet warning --
Part of my history --
Muse in our time --
Muse II --
Poet at nineteen in NYC --
Sister --
Skull --
Horses --
Rene Char II --
Xmas cheeseburgers --
Mary the drug addict --
Night creatures --
Deaf dog's bark --
June the horse --
Poet no 7 --
Puzzle --
Rumination --
Dan's bugs --
Invisible --
Mary --
Remote friends --
Poet science --
Ache --
Oriole --
Blue shawl --
River I --
River II --
River III --
River IV --
River V --
River VI --
River VII --
Spring --
Sky --
March in Patagonia, AZ --
Brazil --
Grand Marais --
Desert snow --
Reality --
She --
Love --
Back into memory --
Debtors --
Prisoners --
Corruption --
Our anniversary --
Doors --
Greed --
Cereal --
DB --
Sunlight --
Brutish --
Nightfears --
Blue --
Current poor --
Moping --
Church --
Chatter --
Return --
Prado --
Death again --
About the author.
Responsibility: Jim Harrison.

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Book description: Jim Harrison's compelling and provocative Songs of Unreason explores what it means to inhabit the world in atavistic, primitive, and totemistic ways. "This can be disturbing to the learned," Harrison admits. Using interconnected suites, brief lyrics, and rollicking narratives, Harrison's passions and concerns-creeks, thickets, time's effervescence, familial love-emerge by turns painful and celebratory, localized and exiled.

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