Archyology : the long lost tales of Archy and Mehitabel (eBook, 2009) [WorldCat.org]
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Archyology : the long lost tales of Archy and Mehitabel

Author: Don Marquis; Jeff Adams; Edward Frascino
Publisher: Hanover, NH : University Press of New England, [2009] ©1996
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : Poetry : English : Paperback edition
Summary:
A series of free-verse poems written from the view point of a cockroach presents comments on society, politics, and pretensions.
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Genre/Form: Poetry
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Don Marquis; Jeff Adams; Edward Frascino
OCLC Number: 1330340990
Description: 1 online resource (103 pages : illustrations)
Contents: And so --
What next --
Mehitabel's motto --
That cockroach glide --
Archy insists --
Wish I were Keats --
Plaint of spring --
All the French --
Paris or bust --
Over the limit --
Archy repels an attack of whales --
Captain's progress --
Mehitabel at sea --
Archy reaches Paris --
What can a lady do --
Aunt Prudence Hecklebury --
Archy figures out Aunt Prudence --
Idle thought --
Diplomacy --
The insects of Europe --
Archy explains the Romanoffs --
The famous fish of the Seine --
All for science --
Archy the Cockroach turns detective --
Archy crawls among the H's --
Georgie the college centipede --
Georgie hears from Archy --
O Volstead dear Volstead --
King Nicky --
Ode --
The tired ghost --
Archy Mehitabel and Emmet the Ghost --
Archygrams --
The gloomy bullfrog --
No literary slave --
Archy gardens --
The crippled cockroach --
Lessons of the fairies --
Archy bewails an absence --
Kindness --
Believe it boss.
Responsibility: Don Marquis ; edited and with a preface by Jeff Adams, with drawings by Ed Frascino.

Abstract:

A series of free-verse poems written from the view point of a cockroach presents comments on society, politics, and pretensions.

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