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Author:
Deborah Burnham
ISBN13:
978-0896723450
ISBN:
0896723453
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Texas Tech University Press; 1 edition (January 15, 1995)
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Poetry
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This collection of poems is the winner of the 1995 first-book competition in the Texas Tech University Press Poetry Award series.

This collection of poems is the winner of the 1995 first-book competition in the Texas Tech University Press Poetry Award series. These poems about a young woman leaving Italy for the United States in the 1950s examine both the small town and urban landscape of a uniquely American experience. Anna and the Steel Mill is a work of great.

Series: The Walt Mcdonald First-book Series in Poetry. The poems are beautiful, and the narrative they create as a whole held my consciousness and focused my attention for the four days over which I read the book. My daily life was imbued with those poems over those days, and I'm grateful. But I wasn't prepared for that.

Book Description2005 Winner, Walt McDonald First-Book Series in Poetry The poems .

Book Description2005 Winner, Walt McDonald First-Book Series in Poetry The poems in Slag begin with everyday experiences?a glance at a construction site or the boredom of waiting for a bus?and then use such unpromising events to explore what Mexican poet. Похожие книги: World City Syndrome: Neoliberalism and Inequality in Cape Town (Routledge Studies in Human Geography).

Mills & Boon books were initially sold through weekly two-penny libraries and their distinctive brown binding led them to become . One critic claimed that the genre promotes misogyny and the sexual submission of women to men.

Mills & Boon books were initially sold through weekly two-penny libraries and their distinctive brown binding led them to become known as "the books in brown".

Walt McDonald First-Book Series. This collection of poems is the winner of the 1995 first-book competition in the Texas Tech University Press Poetry Award series

Walt McDonald First-Book Series. This collection of poems is the winner of the 1995 first-book competition in the Texas Tech University Press Poetry Award series.

Poems by Walt McDonald : 7, 7. prev. The Waltz We Were Born For - Poem by Walt McDonald. Sad music's on my mind tonight in a jet high over Dallas, earphones on channel five. A lonely singer, dead, comes back to beg me, swearing in my ears she's mine, rhymes set to music that make her lies seem true. She's gone and others like her, leaving their songs to haunt us. Letting down through clouds.

Though the modernized version of the process at first seems uncomplicated, the couple discovers that the challenges facing a human who wishes to be a vampire are no less formidable than they were in the eighteenth century

Though the modernized version of the process at first seems uncomplicated, the couple discovers that the challenges facing a human who wishes to be a vampire are no less formidable than they were in the eighteenth century. The shadows that Marcus believed he'd escaped centuries ago may return to haunt them both-forever.

Rick Campbell, Robert A. Fink. Rick Campbells poems leave some sweet dirt under your fingernails proof of hard, honest work when the longing of small-town America is not enough.

It marks Mills' first of six films for Disney and won the actress an Academy Juvenile .

It marks Mills' first of six films for Disney and won the actress an Academy Juvenile Award. The book contains some satirical and pointed criticism of the charity-minded Ladies' Aid Societies of the early 20th century. Aunt Polly's film friend Amelia Tarbell sports something of the snobbishness associated with the "Ladies Aiders" of the book. Unlike the film Nancy, the book Nancy is a relatively unlettered country girl given to grammatical errors, slang, and repetitive phrasing such as, "It 'tis, it 'tis!"

This collection of poems is the winner of the 1995 first-book competition in the Texas Tech University Press Poetry Award series.These poems about a young woman leaving Italy for the United States in the 1950s examine both the small town and urban landscape of a uniquely American experience."Anna and the Steel Mill is a work of great range and maturity. These poems are struck like matches—out of the small frictions in these poems arise gentle flames, but also raging fires."—Jim DanielsSpare ChangeCrossing Spruce Street, I was bending like a peddlerunder my laundry and three loaves of day-old-breadShe held her sleeping daughter, asked for change for milk,and diapers to soak up what the baby couldn't use.I'd spent my change on laundry tokens, flat imitationsrattling in my hand. I offered bread; she needed cash;we stared at the broken street, as if we hoped to seea table spread with laundered white, with knives and basketsready for the strong bread that, broken openwould release a blessing in the smell of yeast.