Uncivilizing

Uncivilizing

by Caroline Davidson, Sonja Dunn, Roger Nash
     
 

These prophetic voices paint the many characters who inhabit your life and landscape. Six strong poets will carry you: laughing at the pratfalls that trip us all, but picking ourselves up and dancing into the 21st century, knowing only by shared words do we continue living. Caroline Davidson can capture in Emily Dickinson brevity the pathos of six partying boys lost… See more details below

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These prophetic voices paint the many characters who inhabit your life and landscape. Six strong poets will carry you: laughing at the pratfalls that trip us all, but picking ourselves up and dancing into the 21st century, knowing only by shared words do we continue living. Caroline Davidson can capture in Emily Dickinson brevity the pathos of six partying boys lost in Lake Ontario. While Roger Nash, a philosopher, meditates in rich metaphors on settings and situations of his frequent travels to the Middle East and Asia. Sonja Dunn finds the cycle of continuing in life cameos. With musical wordplays and syllable sound effects, James Reaney teases and taunts you with his insights: "two sides of a breath". Bernice Lever tangles cliches and conversational comments in sly recordings until the 'everyday' is luminous. Robert Sward sculpts contemporary dialogue and details into biting biographies.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781895837179
Publisher:
Insomniac Press
Publication date:
03/01/2002
Pages:
127
Product dimensions:
5.30(w) x 8.20(h) x 0.30(d)

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