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Author Lee, David Dodd.

Title Orphan, Indiana / David Dodd Lee
Published Akron, Ohio : University of Akron Press, 2010
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Description 1 online resource (71 pages)
Contents ""Cover ""; ""Copyright ""; ""Contents ""; ""I ""; ""He Never Failed Strangely to Greet It ""; ""Antediluvian ""; ""The Jammed Log Position ""; ""Saint Paul: A Hermeneutics ""; ""I Would Sometimes Notice the World over My Shoulder ""; ""The Bone Sculptures ""; ""This Is How It Sounds Before Real Things Start Happening ""; ""I Have No Rear View Mirror and I Am Incomplete ""; ""The Gentleness of Herbivores ""; ""Everyone You See Isn�t Everyone ""; ""Poem for the End of Winter ""; ""Rapid Eye Movement ""; ""Beta-Carotene ""; ""1999 ""; ""The Wind in the Furnace ""; ""II ""; ""Xanax ""
""Six Minutes """"Programming Note""; ""IV ""; ""Anamnesis ""; ""Two-Thirds Cast Arbitrarily as “Mistress� ""; ""Please Go Away ""; ""Just What Is It That Makes ""; ""Hunter�s Orange ""; ""Night Light ""; ""Andalusian""; ""Literally Himself in Spirit""; ""Dead Last in the Scheme of Things""; ""Eligible for Aging""; ""Snarge""; ""The Bliss-Tree Photographs III ""; ""Government Sponsored""; ""Forty Years Ago Last Week""; ""Ice Fishing""; ""Far Away Home""; ""Notes""
""The Invention of Rope """"The Invention of Amino Acids ""; ""The Calico Man ""; ""Civilian Defense, 1942 ""; ""Dominion of Insects ""; ""Stunt Double ""; ""Inside Her Head He Has Another Head""; ""The Neck of a Horse ""; ""Black Diagram ""; ""Solipsism ""; ""Poem Written in May ""; ""The Slower the Fan Blade ... ""; ""What You Take with You ""; ""Animal Magnetism ""; ""III ""; ""Garlic Mustard ""; ""Kurt Cobain ""; ""Weak Coffee ""; ""Writing ""; ""Untitled Poem ""; ""Near Notre Dame ""; ""The Unnameable Bone-Shell Room ""; ""Mobile Home ""; ""The Bliss-Tree Photographs II ""
Summary Orphan, Indiana is a collection of spontaneous outbursts framed by reticence and the guiding mania of the subconscious. Profane and poignant, accidental-seeming but soaring with satirical intent, David Dodd Lee?s poems capture a verisimilitude that?s phenomenological, and yet of the moment
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Subject American poetry.
Genre/Form Dictionaries.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 193196890X (cloth ; alk. paper)
1937378624 (electronic bk.)
1937378632 (electronic bk.)
1938037049 (electronic bk.)
9781931968904 (cloth ; alk. paper)
9781937378622 (electronic bk.)
9781937378639 (electronic bk.)
9781938037047 (electronic bk.)
(paperback; alk. paper)
(cloth ; alk. paper)