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The United States of poetry [sound recording].

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  • 1 of 1 copy available at Evergreen Indiana.

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Location Call Number / Copy Notes Barcode Shelving Location Status Due Date
Eckhart Public Library - Main CD 811.5 UNI (Text) 840191001039531 Audiobooks - Main Floor Available -

Record details

  • Physical Description: 1 sound disc : digital.
  • Publisher: New York : Mercury/Mouth Almighty : p1996.

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General Note: Compact disc.
"Original music composed by Tomandandy"--Container.
Formatted Contents Note: Driftwood feelin'/Opening / Henry Real Bird -- Green light and gamma ways / Thylias Moss -- Democracy / Leonard Cohen -- Soldiers drill / Found poetry #1 -- Telephone booth #905 1/2 / Pedro Pietri -- Slot machine / Emily XYZ with Myers Bartlett -- James Joyce / Matt Cook -- Stoplight politics / Ruth Forman -- Project princess / Tracie Morris -- The X is black (Spike Lie [sic]) / Amiri Baraka -- Turning forty / Pearl Cleage -- A three point shot from Andromeda / Paul Beatty -- So beautiful / Indran Amirthanayagam -- Personals ad / Allen Ginsberg -- Crumbs / Hal Sirowitz -- Tours / C.D. Wright -- Good shepherd : Atlanta, 1981 / Al -- Double Dutch rhymes / Found poetry #2 -- Sista : boss of the food / Lois-Ann Yamanaka -- How do I love thee / Lypsinka -- Cheerleader chant / Found poetry #3 -- The long road / Robert Creeley -- Gift / Czeslaw Milosz -- Heritage / James Still -- Square dance call / Found poetry #4 -- I'm an emotional idiot / Maggie Estep -- Romeo had Juliet / Lou Reed -- Two whores / Dennis Cooper -- A testimonial / Sparrow -- Change / Quincy Troupe -- A song / Joseph Brodsky -- Salvation ; Quarantine / Miguel Algarin -- Tell our daughters / Brigham -- The Sounds / Shefts -- Spirit Hunters / Trudell -- Opening Reprise.
Summary, etc.: A collection of 20th century American poetry from the PBS-TV series.
Subject: Audiobooks.
Poetry, American.
Poetry, Modern > 20th century.

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