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Void of course : poems 1994-1997

Author: Jim Carroll
Publisher: New York : Penguin Books, 1998.
Series: Penguin poets
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"Void of Course presents new work composed over the last several years. Carroll's major themes - love, friendship, desire, time and memory, and, above all, the ever-present city - emerge in an atmosphere where dream and reality mingle on equal terms. These seventy-five poems range from graphic, sensuous shorter pieces to edgy stream-of-consciousness prose poems to lengthier, more contemplative works such as "While  Read more...
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Carroll, Jim.
Void of course.
New York : Penguin Books, 1998
(OCoLC)605573812
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Jim Carroll
ISBN: 0140589090 9780140589092
OCLC Number: 38601981
Notes: "A Penguin original"--Label on cover.
Description: 113 p. ; 22 cm.
Contents: 8 Fragments for Kurt Cobain --
Facts --
The bakery --
The child within --
Train surfing --
Goethe's early garden --
Zeno's law of high-heel shoes --
Jukebox --
Sick bird --
Spy --
Bad intentions --
Insomnia --
Radiation --
While she's gone --
Lines --
My Father's last words --
Translating --
What Burroughs told me --
For Virginia --
Easter Sunday --
Flash flood --
Specific instances --
Ecology --
Crown of thorns --
Locked wing --
The big ambulance --
The ocean below --
Note --
A plea --
Dance floor --
Long distance --
Native moon --
The black rose --
Valentine --
Franz Kline's old studio --
Grains of sand --
1957 (hurricane) --
Film --
Message left on a phone machine.
Series Title: Penguin poets
Responsibility: Jim Carroll.
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"Void of Course presents new work composed over the last several years. Carroll's major themes - love, friendship, desire, time and memory, and, above all, the ever-present city - emerge in an atmosphere where dream and reality mingle on equal terms. These seventy-five poems range from graphic, sensuous shorter pieces to edgy stream-of-consciousness prose poems to lengthier, more contemplative works such as "While She's Gone," an eerie four de force of longing over a departed lover."--BOOK JACKET.

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