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The book of Hulga

Author: Rita Mae Reese; Julie Franki
Publisher: Madison, Wisconsin : The University of Wisconsin Press, [2016] ©2016
Series: Wisconsin poetry series.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Poetry : State or province government publication : English

Speculates - with humour, tenderness, and a brutal precision - on a character that Flannery O'Connor envisioned but did not live long enough to write: "an angular intellectual proud woman approaching  Read more...


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Genre/Form: Poetry
Named Person: Flannery O'Connor; Flannery O'Connor
Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Rita Mae Reese; Julie Franki
ISBN: 9780299308148 0299308146
OCLC Number: 926050362
Awards: Winner of the Felix Pollak Prize in Poetry
Description: xii, 90 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
Contents: --
Feast Day --
The Given Lines --
Revising History --
The Reward --
J-O-B --
With Regina at Lourdes --
The margin is for the Holy Ghost --
Isn't --
How to Lose a Leg --
What Her Mother Knew When She Heard --
Welcome to Milledgeville --
Hulga's Fairy Tales --
On the Problems of Empathy --
In Which She Reads the Humorous Tales of Edgar Allan Poe --
First Dream --
Phenomenology of Sow --
Exegesis: The Tempest --
Hulga as Sara in The Book of Tobit Who, Possessed of a Demon, Was Given Seven Husbands and Killed Each on Their Wedding Nights --
Milledgeville --
Hazel Motes's Sonnet --
Your Body Is a Temple of the Holy Ghost --
The Lame Shall Enter First --
The Life You Save --
A Bird Sanctuary --
Moral Error Theory --
Interlude The Case of the Missing Virgin --
The Red Clay Virgin --
The Vanishing Point --
Hide & Seek --
Immaculate --
At 36, Hulga Speaks of Love --
Immaculate Rejections --
Second Dream --
Casting Call for Temps Mort --
Interior of Hayloft, Day --
After Hours of Staring Out at the Pond --
Because She Wanted --
Mrs. Freeman Knows the Signs --
Birth --
Post-op --
The Grandmother's Sonnet --
Manley Pointer's Sonnet --
The Misfit's Sonnet --
Displaced --
There's wood enough within --
Learning to Pray. Again --
Everything That Rises --
After Flannery's Death, Regina Cleans Her Room --
Flannery O'Connor's Peacocks Go to Heaven after She Dies --
Pieta with Regina --
Flannery, Are You Grieving?.
Series Title: Wisconsin poetry series.
Other Titles: Poems.
Responsibility: Rita Mae Reese ; illustrations by Julie Franki.


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