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Mass of the forgotten

Author: James Tolan
Publisher: Pittsburgh, PA : Autumn House Press, [2013]
Series: Autumn House poetry series
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

James Tolan's debut full-length collection exibits eloquent and direct language to explore family trauma and self memory.


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Genre/Form: Poetry
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: James Tolan
ISBN: 9781932870916 1932870911
OCLC Number: 876741464
Description: 79 pages ; 22 cm.
Contents: The wind will undo us --
Red walls --
Genus loci --
How far --
Western civilization --
The forest of my hair --
Sappho, preparations, and the moon --
In the sacristy --
The gentlemanly art of pugilism --
On the subject of hogs --
Whiskey and the rake of mourning --
Blood sport --
The coup --
My father. Vietnam --
The history of fresh fruit in America --
A sense of community --
Raising Christ --
Charred --
In the nick of time --
Giggles before the void --
Celebrating our anniversary --
I ate your pancakes --
Red grown --
The wrong ones --
Corpus poetae --
Half a man loves a woman in two --
A murder of crows --
Caravaggio's Thomas --
Should you die, --
Drear heaven --
The meat course --
Devil born --
The darkening of the host --
Downstream --
The purple crayon --
Kiss --
Chicago 1942 --
Breath robins --
A view to the South --
Sacrifice --
The wind at rest --
Returning home --
The return --
Inheritance --
Cemetery plums.
Series Title: Autumn House poetry series
Other Titles: Poems.
Responsibility: James Tolan.


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