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Balloon pop outlaw black

Author: Patricia Lockwood
Publisher: Portland ; Denver ; Omaha : Octopus Books, [Berkeley, California?] : Distributed by Small Press Distribution, United States : Thomas-Shore, Inc., [2012] [date of distribution not identified] [date of manufacture not identified] ©2014
Edition/Format:   Print book : Poetry : English : First editionView all editions and formats
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Even all by themselves, the titles of Patricia Lockwood's poems reveal the sort of surreal, enigmatic, rhetorically-elongated world her sensibility inhabits effortlessly: "When We Move Away From Here, You'll See A Clean Square of Paper Where His Picture Hung," "The Cartoon's Mother Builds a House in Hammerspace," "The Front Half and the Back Half of a Horse in Conversation," "Children With Lamps Pouring Out of Their  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Poetry
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Patricia Lockwood
ISBN: 9780985118228 0985118229
OCLC Number: 820153434
Notes: Poems.
Description: 87 pages ; 23 cm
Responsibility: Patricia Lockwood.

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Even all by themselves, the titles of Patricia Lockwood's poems reveal the sort of surreal, enigmatic, rhetorically-elongated world her sensibility inhabits effortlessly: "When We Move Away From Here, You'll See A Clean Square of Paper Where His Picture Hung," "The Cartoon's Mother Builds a House in Hammerspace," "The Front Half and the Back Half of a Horse in Conversation," "Children With Lamps Pouring Out of Their Foreheads," and the inimitable "Killed With an Apple Corer, She Asks What Does That Make Me."

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