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New Brunswick Landing

Author : Steven Cook
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New Brunswick Landing is the story of an American life at the sparkling of the 21st Century. Born in 1962 in New York City, Steven Robert Cook grew up in the woods, streets and playgrounds of New Jersey. Here a lifelong fascination with words and poetry was kindled and nurtured. In his mid-twenties, Cook began what would become a 25-year cross-country odyssey, working, traveling, performing on stages - all the while recording and documenting what he witnessed. From the coast of New Hampshire to the Everglades, from the Rio Grande to the California redwoods, these pages and poems detail the life of friends and lovers, strangers and passers-by, cities and towns engaged in the struggle and passion of life.

Poetry Word Play And Word War In Wallace Stevens

Author : Eleanor Cook
ISBN : 9781400859665
Genre : Poetry
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In the first full-length study of Wallace Stevens's word-play, Eleanor Cook focuses on Stevens's skillful play with grammar, etymology, allusion, and other elements of poetry, and suggests ways in which this play offers a method of approaching his work. At the same time, this book is a general study of Stevens's poetry, moving from his earliest to his latest work, and includes close readings of three of his remarkable long poems--Esthetique du Mal, Notes toward a Supreme Fiction, and An Ordinary Evening in New Haven. The chronological arrangement enables readers to follow Stevens's increasing skill and changing thought in three areas of his "poetry of the earth": the poetry of place, the poetry of eros, and the poetry of belief. Poetry, Word-Play, and Word-War in Wallace Stevens shows how, in setting words at play and in conflict, Stevens could upset the usual relations of rhetoric, grammar, and dialectic, and thus the book contributes to the current debate about logical and a-logical uses of language. Cook also places Stevens within the larger context of Western literature, hearing how he speaks to Milton, Keats, and Wordsworth; to such American forebears as Whitman, Emerson, and Dickinson; and to T. S. Eliot, his contemporary. Originally published in 1988. The Princeton Legacy Library uses the latest print-on-demand technology to again make available previously out-of-print books from the distinguished backlist of Princeton University Press. These editions preserve the original texts of these important books while presenting them in durable paperback and hardcover editions. The goal of the Princeton Legacy Library is to vastly increase access to the rich scholarly heritage found in the thousands of books published by Princeton University Press since its founding in 1905.

Eliza Cook S Journal

Author : Eliza Cook
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Eliza Cook S Journal

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To Lose To Pretend

Author : Chris O. Cook
ISBN : 9780978825720
Genre : American poetry
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The poetry of Chris Cook is evidence of a fine mind at work, a collection of poems that never settles for the obvious. His work probes the apathy and alienation of his generation, wielding poetics like a cudgel to extract the essential from the incoherence of pop culture vapidity that we have accepted as our metaphor. Startlingly honest, unafraid of humor, these poems force you to sit down and take notice. -Cheeni Rao

Salsa

Author : Jorge Argueta
ISBN : 9781554984435
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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In this new cooking poem, Jorge Argueta brings us a fun and easy recipe for a yummy salsa. A young boy and his sister gather the ingredients and grind them up in a molcajete, just like their ancestors used to do, singing and dancing all the while. The children imagine that their ingredients are different parts of an orchestra — the tomatoes are bongos and kettledrums, the onion, a maraca, the cloves of garlic, trumpets and the cilantro, the conductor. They chop and then grind these ingredients in the molcajete, along with red chili peppers for the “hotness” that is so delicious, finally adding a squeeze of lime and a sprinkle of salt. When they are finished, their mother warms tortillas and their father lays out plates, as the whole family, including the cat and dog, dance salsa in mouth-watering anticipation. Winner of the International Latino Book Award for Guacamole, Jorge Argueta has once again written a recipe-poem that families will delight in. Each book in the cooking poem series features a talented illustrator from the Latino world. In Salsa the text is complemented by the rich, earthy illustrations of Duncan Tonatiuh, winner of the Pura Belpré Award. His interest in honoring the art of the past in contemporary contexts is evident in these wonderful illustrations, which evoke the pre-Columbian Mixtec codex.

Midnight Cooking

Author : Daniel J. Cook
ISBN : 1439256861
Genre : Poetry
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Out of the drama of the word and the tragicomedy of the letter and punctuation comes this second edition of Midnight Cooking, a collection of poems blending realism and surrealism.

Emily Chamberlain Cook Prize Poems

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The Killing Fields And Other Poems

Author : Nahshon Cook
ISBN : 0990795810
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Nahshon Cook is a poet of witness whose work has been published widely. His poems safeguard memories of war, oppression, beauty, love and hope. The Killing Fields And Other Poems documents his two-and-a-half year stay in Asia. He lives in Denver, Colorado. "Nahshon Cook's The Killing Fields is a magnificent map of poems. These powerful and quiet poems lead us on a poetic journey through Cambodia, China, Nepal, Thailand, and America. They also beckon us toward an interior human journey. We meet lepers and angels, dancers and lovers, monks and mothers. These intricately crafted poems are both the road and the signposts. They map a way of compassion that observes and hopes. On the nights you can't pray, just take out this book. These poems will point you in the right direction." -- Joseph Ross, author of Gospel of Dust and Meeting Bone Man "Nahshon Cook's poetry is heart wrenching but beautiful. To read his words is to be lifted from your luxuries and comforts by the talons of a hawk and dropped into a valley full of mirrors where you must face your own humanity and absence of it each time you turn around." -- Jason Hardung, author of The Names of Lost Things and The Broken and the Damned

Emily Chamberlain Cook Prize In Poetry

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Damn Good Cookie

Author : Chris Cook
ISBN : 0983151326
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In the Spokane tradition of Vachel Lindsay, Chris Cook sings. Before you register the dark humor, the sharp satire, or the elegant constructions of the meter, you'll notice the music of these poems. Whether at the park, in memory, or elsewhere on the periphery, Cook writes large-hearted poems that remind us how poetry moves: from ear to mind to heart.

A Complete Edition Of The Poets Of Great Britain Cook S Hesiod Fawke S Theocritus Anacreon Bion Moschus Sappho Musaeus Apollonius Rhodius The Rape Of Helen Creech S Lucretius And Grainger S Tibullus

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Like A Summer Peach

Author : Blanche Flanders Farley
ISBN : UCSC:32106013304651
Genre : Cooking
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These delicious poems impart both humorous and serious emotional ties with food: a mother and daughter share a taste for sweet potatoes as autumn approaches; family patterns are played out during a breakfast of waffles; and special memories, such as a father's love of raspberries and cream, enrich the pleasure of favorite foods. The enticing recipes offer nourishment for both heart and mind.

How To Cook Women

Author : Kyōzō Takagi
ISBN : UOM:39015041613855
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Essentially a reprint of the long out-of-print "Selected Poems of Takagi Kyozo" (Carcanet Press, 1973), this re-edition is a welcome if belated tribute to a great contemporary Japanese poet. In addition to the reprinted poetry, this expanded edition contains five poems, two longer prose poems and two short stories by Kyozo that originally appeared in other collections of his work. In addition, How to Cook Women contains a complete bibliography of Kyozo's work in English translation, a select bibliography of his works in Japanese, and an essay by James Kirkup entitled "Local and Universal Poet."

Hunger S Table

Author : Margaret Randall
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Well-known political author Margaret Randall delivers her unique acerbic yet lyrical social commentary juxtaposed with actual recipes. Her collection embraces cooking, eating, anguishing and rejoicing in the sustenance it gives. Food is one of women's most basic methods of communication, passing on histories, love, a sense of community. These poems speak of social responsibilities and relationships -- women cooking pots of soup, then patrolling a neighborhood to keep it safe -- marveling at both the joys of love and the anguish of famine and human need. Ms. Randall's many followers will discover her personal struggle with body image, compulsive overeating, and finally her delight in coming to terms with what she really savors in life. Some of the poems are literally recipes that Ms. Randall received, begged, pondered, dreamed about, prepared, and consumed. Through her inimitable metaphors, Randall insists that food is not just tasted through recipes but experienced through cultural, physical, intellectual, and emotional issues.

A Cyclopaedia Of Female Biography A Revised Abridgement With Additions Of Woman S Record Edited By H G Adams

Author : Sarah Josepha Buell Hale
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Cyclopaedia Of Female Biography

Author : Henry Gardiner Adams
ISBN : BL:A0022129524
Genre : Women
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Sources Of Anglo Saxon Culture

Author : Paul E. Szarmach
ISBN : 0918720672
Genre : History
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Mummy Took Cooking Lessons And Other Poems

Author : John Ciardi
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A collection of thirty-one poems, many of them humorous.

Books That Cook

Author : Melissa Goldthwaite
ISBN : 9781479830213
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Whether a five-star chef or beginning home cook, any gourmand knows that recipes are far more than a set of instructions on how to make a dish. They are culture-keepers as well as culture-makers, both recording memories and fostering new ones. Organized like a cookbook, Books That Cook: The Making of a Literary Meal is a collection of American literature written on the theme of food: from an invocation to a final toast, from starters to desserts. All food literatures are indebted to the form and purpose of cookbooks, and each section begins with an excerpt from an influential American cookbook, progressing chronologically from the late 1700s through the present day, including such favorites as American Cookery, the Joy of Cooking, and Mastering the Art of French Cooking. The literary works within each section are an extension of these cookbooks, while the cookbook excerpts in turn become pieces of literature—forms of storytelling and memory-making all their own. Each section offers a delectable assortment of poetry, prose, and essays, and the selections all include at least one tempting recipe to entice readers to cook this book. Including writing from such notables as Maya Angelou, James Beard, Alice B. Toklas, Sherman Alexie, Nora Ephron, M.F.K. Fisher, and Alice Waters, among many others, Books That Cook reveals the range of ways authors incorporate recipes—whether the recipe flavors the story or the story serves to add spice to the recipe. Books That Cook is a collection to serve students and teachers of food studies as well as any epicure who enjoys a good meal alongside a good book. Instructor's Guide

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