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Haywire : poems

Author: George Bilgere
Publisher: Logan, Utah : Utah State University Press, ©2006.
Series: May Swenson Poetry Award series
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : Poetry : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This poet, you knew from his very first lines, didn't fall for anything phonyhis own language is irresistibly no-bullshit down to earth, even sassy ... Coming from one of the ethnic, industrial cities, his work has a gritty element. He recalls all the sorrows of a lifethe drunken father, the parents' divorce, his mother's death, his unremitting horniness, his own divorcenothing special, just what we all have to deal  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Livres numériques
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: George Bilgere
ISBN: 0874215412 9780874215410
OCLC Number: 1132121542
Notes: Notice chargée pour fin de repérage.
Description: 1 ressource en ligne (xiv, 57 pages).
Contents: Aria --
Birds --
This summer --
The beat --
The surgeon general --
That's a take --
Simile practice --
Once again I fail to read an important novel --
Happy hour --
The mastodon at the Carnegie Natural History Museum --
Janitorial --
Say my name --
Petroglyphs --
Tosca --
Vikings --
Miss December --
Blood-soaked bear turd --
Retards --
Good humor --
Haywire --
Casablanca --
Norelco --
What would Jesus do? --
Unwise purchases --
View of the city of Delft --
Anniversary --
The table --
Chinese --
She's good --
Waiting --
Museum piece --
Olympics --
Dark side of the moon --
Going to bed --
Citizen Kane --
Global warming.
Series Title: May Swenson Poetry Award series
Responsibility: by George Bilgere.

Abstract:

This poet, you knew from his very first lines, didn't fall for anything phonyhis own language is irresistibly no-bullshit down to earth, even sassy ... Coming from one of the ethnic, industrial cities, his work has a gritty element. He recalls all the sorrows of a lifethe drunken father, the parents' divorce, his mother's death, his unremitting horniness, his own divorcenothing special, just what we all have to deal with one way or another.

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