Life on Mars : poems / Tracy K. Smith.
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- ISBN: 9781555975845 (pbk. : alk. paper)
- ISBN: 1555975844 (pbk. : alk. paper)
- Physical Description: 75 pages ; 23 cm
- Publisher: Minneapolis, Minnesota : Graywolf Press, 
- Copyright: ©2011
|Formatted Contents Note:||
One: Weather in space -- Sci-fi -- My God, it's full of stars -- Universe is a house party -- The Museum of Obsolescence -- Cathedral Kitsch -- At some point, they'll want to know what it was like -- It & Co. -- The largeness we can't see -- Don't you wonder, sometimes? -- Savior machine -- Soul -- The Universe : original motion picture soundtrack -- Two: The speed of belief -- It's not -- Three: Life on Mars -- Solstice -- No-fly zone -- Challenger -- Ransom -- They may love all that he has chosen and hate all that he has rejected -- Four: Universe as primal scream -- Everything that ever was -- Aubade -- Field guide -- Eggs Norwegian -- The good life -- Willed in Autumn -- Song -- Alternate take -- Sacrament -- When your small form tumbled into me -- Us & Co.
With allusions to David Bowie and interplanetary travel, Life on Mars imagines a soundtrack for the universe to accompany the discoveries, failures, and oddities of human existence. In these brilliant new poems, Tracy K. Smith envisions a sci-fi future sucked clean of any real dangers, contemplates the dark matter that keeps people both close and distant, and revisits the kitschy concepts like "love" and "illness" now relegated to the Museum of Obsolescence. These poems reveal the realities of life lived here, on the ground, where a daughter is imprisoned in the basement by her own father, where celebrities and pop stars walk among us, and where the poet herself loses her father, one of the engineers who worked on the Hubble Space Telescope. With this remarkable third collection, Smith establishes herself among the best poets of her generation. Publisher's marketing.
Pulitzer Prize for Poetry, 2012.
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