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Transcircularities : new and selected poems

Author: Quincy Troupe
Publisher: Minneapolis, MN : Coffee House Press ; Saint Paul, MN : Distributed by Consortium Book Sales & Distribution, ©2002.
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A collection of poems by Quincy Troupe that reflect on the sublimity of jazz, sports, love, art, literature, and American life.
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Troupe, Quincy.
Transcircularities.
Minneapolis, MN : Coffee House Press ; Saint Paul, MN : Distributed by Consortium Book Sales & Distribution, c2002
(OCoLC)606879791
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Quincy Troupe
ISBN: 156689137X 9781566891370 1566891353 9781566891356
OCLC Number: 49799303
Notes: Includes index.
Description: 352 p. ; 26 cm.
Contents: Early Poems, 1967--1969 --
Ode to John Coitrane --
Poem for Friends --
For Maicoim, who Waiks in the Eyes of our Children --
From Embryo, 1971 --
Come Sing A Song --
South African Bloodstone --
Profittn, A Rap/Poem --
Midtown Traffic --
Chicago --
The Syntax of the Mind Grips --
Weather Report in Lincoln Nebraska 2/8/71 --
White Weekend --
Wokf up Crying the Biufs --
Vision --
In Texas Grass --
Three for the Biafran war --
In Seventy-Five Syllables --
In the Manner of Rabearivello --
Dream Poem/Song --
Rain/Time --
Dream/Dance --
Birds Fty Without Motion to the Summit --
Beneath the Bluest Sea --
Embryo --
From Snake-Back Solos, 1979 --
Ash Doors & Juju Guitars --
Up Sun South of Alaska: A Short African American History Song --
These Crossings, These Words --
Snake-Song Slithering Towards Evel --
New York City Beggar --
After Hearing a Radio Announcement --
Steel Poles Give Back no Sweat --
Snow & Ice --
A Surrealistic Poem to Everyone & No one in Particular --
From Richmond College, Postmarked--Manhattan --
The Old People Speak of Death --
Legon, Ghana, After Dark --
Ghanaian Song--Image --
Igbobi Night --
Memory --
Out Here Where --
It is Not --
In a Silence of Bells --
In Memory of Bunchy Carter --
The Other Night --
Flying Kites --
Transformation --
Fireflies --
The Day Duke Raised: May 24th, 1984 --
Four, and More --
Snake-Black Solo --
Poem for Skunder Boghassian, Painter --
Collage --
My Poems Have Holes Sewn into Them --
From Skulls Along the River, 1984 --
Skulls Along the River.
Responsibility: by Quincy Troupe.
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A collection of poems by Quincy Troupe that reflect on the sublimity of jazz, sports, love, art, literature, and American life.

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