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Author Baker, Aimée, author.

Title Doe / Aimée Baker
Published Akron, Ohio : The University of Akron Press, 2018
©2018
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Description 1 online resource
Series Akron series in poetry
Akron series in poetry.
Contents Intro; Halftitle Page; Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents; Missing; The Abduction Narrative; Conductance; Cynosure; Surrender, Dorothy; Dustland Fairytale; Madrigal of the Sierra Nevadas; Scorpiris; Backland; Bloom; In the Midst of a Divorce; What the Eye Can't See; Ornithology; This is what the heart sounds like; The Fox Twin Theaters Plays The Omen; Light/Dark; Rubicon; The Body in Motion; The Origin of Language; Inamorato; How the Ocean and the Desert Meet; Stridulation; After the Maison de Mere; The Reading of the Fates of Love and Death; Rest Your Head Beside the Mountains
The Saints of the Last DaysUnidentified; In the cursed country; Detroit, and Other Sorrows; The Killing Field; Our Bodies, the Ocean; Underbrush; Prime; Fourteen Pounds; Victim #0; Blood Relics; Valentine; Night in the Arms of the Two-Hearted Lover; Bone Woman; La belle au bois dormant; Magnetic Declination; Battle Lines; Santa Muerte; Go, Roam; A Painting of the Body; Contact Prints; Things a Girl Should Know; Prayer for Protection; These Dark Centuries; Here, the heart; Notes from the Pierce County Sheriff's Department; Details; Notes; Acknowledgments
Summary Doe began as Baker's attempt to understand and process the news coverage of a single unidentified woman whose body was thrown from a car leaving Phoenix, Arizona. It soon grew into a seven-year-long project with the goal to document, mourn, and witness the stories of missing and unidentified women in the United States
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Notes Online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on May 11, 2018)
Subject Abduction -- Poetry
Anonymous persons -- Poetry
Grief -- Poetry.
Kidnapping -- Poetry
Missing persons -- Poetry
Women -- Poetry.
Abduction.
Anonymous persons.
FICTION -- General.
Grief.
Kidnapping.
Missing persons.
Women.
Genre/Form Poetry.
Poetry.
Prose poems.
Prose poems.
Form Electronic book
LC no. 2018000080
ISBN 162922085X
1629220868
9781629220857
9781629220864
Other Titles Poems. Selections