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Jab / Edition 1
     

Jab / Edition 1

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by Mark Halliday
 

ISBN-10: 0226313867

ISBN-13: 9780226313863

Pub. Date: 10/28/2002

Publisher: University of Chicago Press

Human, hunger, happiness, hope, heart, and Halliday all start with h, as does ham. Accident? Maybe! But seldom have the flour of the humanistic and the egg yolk of honesty mixed more swellingly with the yeast of desire and the salt of self-doubt—not to mention the olive paste of ambition.

Halliday has whacked Death and Mutabilitie before, but this

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Human, hunger, happiness, hope, heart, and Halliday all start with h, as does ham. Accident? Maybe! But seldom have the flour of the humanistic and the egg yolk of honesty mixed more swellingly with the yeast of desire and the salt of self-doubt—not to mention the olive paste of ambition.

Halliday has whacked Death and Mutabilitie before, but this time . . . this time he whacks them again. After this Jab, the world will never be the same. Or at least, a few hundred conversations, here and there, will be somewhat affected. Roll over Death, and tell Mutabilitie the news.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780226313863
Publisher:
University of Chicago Press
Publication date:
10/28/2002
Series:
Phoenix Poets Series
Edition description:
1
Pages:
104
Product dimensions:
6.13(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.50(d)

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Table of Contents

Acknowledgments
Time in a Brown House
The Pink Car
Thirteenth Round
Summer 1935
The Man Who Is Not at the Table
Olivier Bergmann
Poetry Failure
The Sunny Ridge
Head Wound
Scale
Summer Planning
Strawberry Milkshake
Contents
Cotton Club Classics
Nights at Ruby's
Against Realism
Lunch with Big Steve
Trumpet Player, 1963
The Beloved
Not Us
The Schuylkill
A Good Thing
18,000 CDs
Campaign Promise
Shnordink's Butterfly
Big Picture
New Thing
Separated Father
Divorced Fathers and Pizza Crusts
Heavy Trash
The Fedge
Parkersburg
The Issue Here
Seven Baskets
Seven Boxes
Schnetzer Day
You and Yours
Dennis Pravy Speaks
Sourdough
Landscape #11
Nebraska Novel
Bookstore Dazzle
The Opaque
Route 302
Why Must We Write?
The Missing Poem

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