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Russian Literature Triquarterly

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ISBN : PSU:000065040072
Genre : Russian literature
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Writing For Animals

Author : Joanna Lilley
ISBN : 9781618220592
Genre : Education
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The Face In The Mirror

Author : Victoria Zackheim
ISBN : STANFORD:36105124120309
Genre : Literary Collections
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In reflective essays, Malachy McCourt, Joyce Maynard, Alan Dershowitz, and Eileen Goudge are among twenty celebrated authors who explore the person they expected to become or perhaps desperately wanted to be, and the person they are today.

The Householders

Author : Tara McDowell
ISBN : 9780262042710
Genre : Art
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How the poet Robert Duncan and the artist Jess made the household part of their separate and collaborative creative practice. “I'm a householder,” the poet Robert Duncan once explained. “My whole idea of being able to work was to have a household.” In this book, Tara McDowell examines the household (physical and conceptual) that Duncan established with the artist Jess, beginning in 1951 when the two men exchanged marriage vows, and ending with Duncan's death in 1988. For Duncan and Jess, the household—rather than the studio, gallery, or collective—provided the support structure for their art. Indeed, McDowell argues convincingly, their work was coextensive with their household. The material surroundings of their house in San Francisco and the daily rhythms of their domestic lives became part of their creative practice. Duncan wrote poetry that is romantic, ornate, and obscure; Jess (born Burgess Franklin Collins) created multi-imaged, complex collages and assemblages. McDowell explores their life and work—reading Duncan and Jess with and against each other, in alignment and misalignment. She examines their illustrated book Caesar's Gate, a collaborative effort that led them to reject collaboration; considers each man's lifelong preoccupation with an unfinished project, Jess's Narkissos and Duncan's The H.D. Book; and discusses their “origin myths” and self-made genealogies, describing them as a form of witness in the face of the calamities of the twentieth century. Duncan and Jess made the household a necessary precondition for their art making. Doing so, they reclaimed and rehabilitated the domestic—from which gay couples were traditionally excluded—for their own uses. The household permitted them to reimagine the world. McDowell's portrait of a couple expands to encompass broader issues, urgent in midcentury America and still resonant today: belonging and kinship, alienation, and catastrophe.

All My Relations

Author : Christopher McIlroy
ISBN : 9780820316024
Genre : Fiction
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Stories on the people of the Southwest. In the title piece, an Indian gives up drinking to work on a cattle ranch, only to find himself ostracized by his friends back on the reservation. He resumes drinking and loses his job.

Library Journal

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ISBN : IND:30000046101287
Genre : Libraries
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A B Bookman S Weekly

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ISBN : UOM:39015013145597
Genre : Antiquarian booksellers
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Tin House Summer 2012

Author : Win McCormack
ISBN : 0985046988
Genre : Fiction
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A quarterly anthology of short writings, the only one of the year's four issues to be unrestricted by theme, offers insights into each contributing writer's passions, in a collection consisting of profiles, interviews, food writing, and more. Original.

Poetry

Author : Harriet Monroe
ISBN : UCSC:32106012933153
Genre : American poetry
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Lester Higata S 20th Century

Author : Barbara Hamby
ISBN : 9781587299421
Genre : Fiction
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“Lester Higata knew his life was about to end when he walked out on the lanai behind his house in Makiki and saw his long-dead father sitting in a lawn chair near the little greenhouse where Lester kept his orchids.” Thus begins Barbara Hamby’s magical narrative of the life of a Japanese American man in Honolulu. The quietly beautiful linked stories in Lester Higata’s 20th Century bring us close to people who could be, and should be, our friends and neighbors and families. Starting in 1999 with his conversation with his father, continuing backward in time throughout his life with his wife, Katherine, and their children in Hawai‘i, and ending with his days in the hospital in 1946, as he heals from a wartime wound and meets the woman he will marry, Hamby recreates not just one but any number of the worlds that have shaped Lester. The world of his mother, as stubbornly faithful to Japan and Buddhism as Katherine’s mother is to Ohio and conservative Christianity; the world of his children, whose childhoods and adulthoods are vastly different from his own; the world after Pearl Harbor and Vietnam; the world of a professional engineer and family man: the worlds of Lester Higata’s 20th Century are filled with ordinary people living extraordinary lives, moving from farms to classrooms and offices, from racism to acceptance and even love, all in a setting so paradisal it should be heaven on earth. Never forgetting the terrors of wartime—“We wake one morning with the wind racing toward us like an animal, and nothing is ever the same”—but focusing on the serene joys of peacetime, Lester populates his worlds with work, faith, and family among the palm trees and blue skies of the island he loves.

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