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Unincorporated persons in the late Honda dynasty : poems

著者: Tony Hoagland
出版: Minneapolis, MN : Graywolf Press, 2010.
エディション/フォーマット:   書籍 : Englishすべてのエディションとフォーマットを見る
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From the Publisher: The new poetry collection by Tony Hoagland, the award-winning author of What Narcissim Means To Me and Donkey Gospel. In Unincorporated Persons in the Late Honda Dynasty, Tony Hoagland is deep inside a republic that no longer offers reliable signage, in which comfort and suffering are intimately entwined, and whose citizens gasp for oxygen without knowing why. With Hoagland's trademark humor and  続きを読む
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ジャンル/形式: Poetry
ドキュメントの種類: 図書
すべての著者/寄与者: Tony Hoagland
ISBN: 9781555975494 1555975496
OCLC No.: 428026668
物理形態: 90 pages ; 23 cm
コンテンツ: Description --
Food court --
Big grab --
Romantic moment --
I have news for you --
Plastic --
Hard rain --
Confinement --
Love --
"Poor Britney Spears" --
Story of the father --
Situation --
Expensive hotel --
Hostess --
Complicit with everything --
At the Galleria --
Address to the beloved --
Cement truck --
In praise of their divorce --
Loneliest job in the world --
Dialectical materialism --
My father's vocabulary --
Hinge --
Foghorn --
Story of white people --
Personal --
Jason the real --
Visitation --
Rhythm and blues --
Summer --
Nature --
Requests for toy piano --
Barton Springs --
Wild --
Disaster movie --
Field guide --
Allegory of the temp agency --
Jazz --
Perfect moment --
Sentimental education --
Demolition --
Not renouncing --
Powers --
Snowglobe --
Muchness --
Voyage.
責任者: Tony Hoagland.

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From the Publisher: The new poetry collection by Tony Hoagland, the award-winning author of What Narcissim Means To Me and Donkey Gospel. In Unincorporated Persons in the Late Honda Dynasty, Tony Hoagland is deep inside a republic that no longer offers reliable signage, in which comfort and suffering are intimately entwined, and whose citizens gasp for oxygen without knowing why. With Hoagland's trademark humor and social commentary, these poems are exhilarating for their fierce moral curiosity, their desire to name the truth, and their celebration of the resilience of human nature.

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