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The Poeming Pigeon From Pandemic To Protest

Author : Shawn Aveningo Sanders
ISBN : 1948461927
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The Poeming Pigeon

Author : Shawn Aveningo Sanders
ISBN : 1948461331
Genre : Poetry
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What's out there in the great beyond? Could we survive on Mars? What is dark matter? Are wormholes the secret to time travel? Human curiosity is as vast as the universe itself, and these poems may provide some unique answers-or at least a little stardust to sprinkle in your morning coffee.

City Beats

Author : S. Kelly Rammell
ISBN : 1584690771
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Examines pigeons with a poem.

The Knickerbocker

Author : Charles Fenno Hoffman
ISBN : HARVARD:32044092667963
Genre : American periodicals
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Poems For Pleasure

Author : Joy Robinson-Judd
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Welsh Environments In Contemporary Poetry

Author : Matthew Jarvis
ISBN : 9781786837318
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Welsh Environments in Contemporary Poetry’ examines the question of how recent English-language poetry from Wales has responded to the diverse physical environments of Wales. The first volume to offer a sustained assessment of Welsh poetry in English within the context of recent developments in environmental literary criticism, this book also draws on aspects of human geography to explore the rich contemporary poetics of Welsh space and place. Opening with an examination of poets from the 1960s as well as the early work of R.S. Thomas, ‘Welsh Environments in Contemporary Poetry’ subsequently concentrates on the poetry of writers who have come to prominence since the 1970s: Gillian Clarke, Ruth Bidgood, Robert Minhinnick, Mike Jenkins, Christine Evans, and Ian Davidson.Close reading of key texts reveals the way in which these writers variously create Welsh places, landscapes, and environments – fashioning rural and urban spaces into poetic geographies that are both abundantly physical and inescapably cultural. Far from reducing Wales to mere scenery, the poetry that emerges from this book engages with the environments of Wales, not just for their own sake, but as a crucial way of exploring key issues in Welsh culture – from the negotiation of female identity in a land of masculine myths to the exploration of Welsh space in a global context.

Summer Pure Slush

Author : Pure Slush
ISBN : 9781925536140
Genre : Fiction
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70 writers revel in the joys and the pitfalls of summer, heat and stick sweat ...

Five Pure Slush Vol 10

Author : Pure Slush
ISBN : 9781925101713
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Work by Alex Reece Abbott, Shawn Aveningo, Annabelle Baptista, Vincent Barry, Paul Beckman, April Bradley, Irene Buckler, Guilie Castillo Oriard, Jessica Clements, Mark Danowsky, Gay Degani, Doug D'Elia, Mira Desai, Matt DeVirgiliis, Peter DiChellis, William Doreski, R. Gerry Fabian, Brad Garber, Walter Giersbach, Richard Mark Glover, Lori Gravley, Jason Half-Pillow, Daniel Y. Harris, Mark Hudson, A.J. Huffman, Phillis Ideal, Abha Iyengar, Joanne Jagoda, Christine Johnson, Len Kuntz, Hillary Leftwich, Denny E. Marshall, Jolene McIlwain, Todd McKie, Heather McQuillan, Corey Mesler, Neila Mezynski, Gwendolyn Joyce Mintz, Sharon Lask Munson, Mandy Nicol, Richard King Perkins II, Matt Potter, Darryl Price, Stephen V. Ramey, Shannon Coghlan Reiss, Sally Reno, Helia Rethmann, Alex Robertson, Ruth Sabath Rosenthal, Barbara Ruth, Martin Shaw, Allison Sobczak, Andrew Stancek, Nancy Stohlman, Jan Elman Stout, Tim Suermondt, Susan Tally, Susan Tepper, Townsend Walker, Michael Webb, Anne E. Weisgerber, Diana J. Wynne

Brodsky Abroad

Author : Sanna Turoma
ISBN : 9780299236335
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Expelled from the Soviet Union in 1972 and honored with the Nobel Prize fifteen years later, poet Joseph Brodsky in many ways fit the grand tradition of exiled writer. But Brodsky’s years of exile did not render him immobile: though he never returned to his beloved Leningrad, he was free to travel the world and write about it. In Brodsky Abroad, Sanna Turoma discusses Brodsky’s poems and essays about Mexico, Brazil, Turkey, and Venice. Challenging traditional conceptions behind Brodsky’s status as a leading émigré poet and major descendant of Russian and Euro-American modernism, she relocates the analysis of his travel texts in the diverse context of contemporary travel and its critique. Turoma views Brodsky’s travel writing as a response not only to his exile but also to the postmodern and postcolonial landscape that initially shaped the writing of these texts. In his Latin American encounters, Brodsky exhibits disdain for third-world politics and invokes the elegiac genre to reject Mexico’s postcolonial reality and to ironically embrace the romanticism of an earlier Russian and European imperial age. In an essay on Istanbul he assumes Russia’s ambiguous position between East and West as his own to negotiate a distinct, and controversial, interpretation of Orientalism. And, Venice, the emblematic tourist city, becomes the site for a reinvention of his lyric self as more fluid, hybrid, and cosmopolitan. Brodsky Abroad reveals the poet’s previously uncharted trajectory from alienated dissident to celebrated man of letters and offers new perspectives on the geopolitical, philosophical, and linguistic premises of his poetic imagination.

The Journal Of Education

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ISBN : UIUC:30112109607199
Genre : Education
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The Roberts English Series

Author : Paul Roberts
ISBN : UCAL:B2885183
Genre : English language
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The Honourable Henry Erskine

Author : Alexander Fergusson
ISBN : HARVARD:HL56K9
Genre : Statesmen
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Aldine First Language Book

Author : Frank Ellsworth Spaulding
ISBN : UCAL:$B305361
Genre : English language
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American Pigeon Journal

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ISBN : CORNELL:31924052072414
Genre : Pigeons
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Scottish Literary Journal

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ISBN : UVA:X000765629
Genre : English literature
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Earle Birney

Author : Richard H. Robillard
ISBN : UOM:39015051349895
Genre : Canada
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The Best American Poetry

Author : Jorie Graham
ISBN : 0684191873
Genre : Poetry
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Open Court Reading 2002

Author : WrightGroup/McGraw-Hill
ISBN : 0075697092
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Contains planning, differentiation, and assessment tips that enhance instruction in print and book awareness, letter recognition, phonological and phonemic awareness, and more.

British Homing World

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ISBN : CORNELL:31924052102732
Genre : Homing pigeons
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The Intrepid Pigeon

Author : Berge Wassilian
ISBN : UOM:39076002826399
Genre : Armenian Americans
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A Semi-fictional autobiography, the book offers humorous and at times painful accounts of the lives of Armenian Genocide survivors, as well as haunting images of life on Lebanon before, during, and after the devatating civil war of the 1970s and 80s. The book also includes a tribute to the unsung writer Tigran Wassilian, through a translation of some of his witty maxims and aphorisms

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