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Outlaw The Collected Works of Miguel Pinero - Miguel Pinero
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2001, ISBN: 9781558856066

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Ice Cube Press. Paperback. New. Howard N. Horii. Paperback. 123 pages. Dimensions: 9.9in. x 7.4in. x 0.5in.Thematically, the book has three distinct sections. The first section considers Howards early life as a young Japanese American student in the 1940s, living in California with his family. The family is uprooted and relocated following the surprise attack on Pearl Harbor and placed in the Santa Anita Racetrack facility. From there they are sent to an internment camp in Arizona. The Japanese concept of GANBERE; in the book is brought forth through the resilience and determination of the family to simply make the best of a horrific situation. As a result, Howard emerges as an artistic individual who spends his life acquiring the necessary skills needed to survive in a postwar world. He travels to New York where he seeks the opportunity to enhance his skills as both an artist and an architect. This section attempts to parallel Howards life with the lives of other young people who are coming of age. The second section of the book entitled Civil Rights addresses the author s experiences as a teacher of Black Studies during the 1960s. During this time he traveled with African American colleagues to the East Coast and the Deep South where he witnessed first-hand the implications of discrimination during that time period as well as at home in the Midwest. The third section of the book entitled Road Trips with Papa brings us to the present and examines the need for all people to teach the children well . The implications and importance of connecting children to a natural world, to the necessary civic and moral issues that they face is accented. The profound result of these connections is that the children, in turn, remind us of the need to know these lessons ourselves. Finally, the ending of the book comes full circle. Highlighted by the essay and poem The Woodshed. Here, the world of a young man from New England is influenced by the relationship that has been built with an older gentleman from New York City. The older man, who is a weekend visitor to the small New England town where the young man lives, wants to learn the ways of rural New England. The concrete outcome of the relationship is the lean-to they build together, a type of woodshed used for storing the tools as well as the ideals and stories of the New England region. The abstract or philosophical outcome is that at some point, the student becomes the teacher. Human resilience, determination in the light of adversity, and the human ability to sustain the creative voice in spite of adversity runs throughout all of the stories. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., Ice Cube Press, Arte Publico Pr. Paperback. New. Paperback. 416 pages. Dimensions: 8.5in. x 5.7in. x 1.1in.A thief, a junkie Ive been committed every known sin, Miguel Pinero sings in A Lower East Side Poem. Part observer, part participant in the turbulent goings-on in his Nuyorican barrio, Miguel Pinero blasted onto the literary scene and made waves in the artistic current with his dramatic interpretations of the world around him through experimental poetry, prose, and plays. Portrayed by actor Benjamin Bratt in the 2001 feature film Pinero, the poets works are as rough and gritty as the New York City underworld he wrote about and loved. So here I am, look at me I stand proud as you can see pleased to be from the Lower East a street fighting man a problem of this land I am the Philosopher of the Criminal Mind a dweller of prison time a cancer of Rockefellers ghettocide this concrete tomb is my home. His depictions of pimp bars, drug addiction, petty crime, prison culture and outlaw life all drawn from first-hand experience astound the faint-hearted, as Pinero poetizes an outlaw vernacular meant to shock proper, bourgeois culture. This long-awaited collection includes previously published and never-before-published poems; ten plays, including Short Eyes, which was later made into a film and won the 1973-1974 New York Drama Critics Circle Award for Best American Play, The Sun Always Shines for the Cool, and Eulogy for a Small Time Thief. A co-founder of the Nuyorican Poets Cafe, Pinero died at the age of 41, leaving behind a compelling legacy of poetry and plays that reveal the harsh, impoverished lives of his urban Puerto Rican community. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN, Momence,IL, Commerce,GA., Arte Publico Pr

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[SR: 420042], Paperback, [EAN: 9781558856066], Arte Publico Pr, Arte Publico Pr, Book, [PU: Arte Publico Pr], Arte Publico Pr, "A thief, a junkie I've been / committed every known sin," Miguel Pinero sings in "A Lower East Side Poem." Part observer, part participant in the turbulent goings-on in his Nuyorican barrio, Miguel Pinero blasted onto the literary scene and made waves in the artistic current with his dramatic interpretations of the world around him through experimental poetry, prose, and plays. Portrayed by actor Benjamin Bratt in the 2001 feature film Pinero, the poet's works are as rough and gritty as the New York City underworld he wrote about and loved. "So here I am, look at me / I stand proud as you can see / pleased to be from the Lower East / a street fighting man / a problem of this land / I am the Philosopher of the Criminal Mind / a dweller of prison time / a cancer of Rockefeller's ghettocide / this concrete tomb is my home." His depictions of pimp bars, drug addiction, petty crime, prison culture and outlaw life all drawn from first-hand experience astound the faint-hearted, as Pinero poetizes an outlaw vernacular meant to shock proper, bourgeois culture. This long-awaited collection includes previously published and never-before-published poems; ten plays, including Short Eyes, which was later made into a film and won the 1973-1974 New York Drama Critics' Circle Award for Best American Play, The Sun Always Shines for the Cool, and Eulogy for a Small Time Thief. A co-founder of the Nuyorican Poet's Cafe, Pinero died at the age of 41, leaving behind a compelling legacy of poetry and plays that reveal the harsh, impoverished lives of his urban Puerto Rican community., 10248, Poetry, 271623011, Ancient, Classical & Medieval, 10250, Anthologies, 10096, British & Irish, 10271, Japanese & Haiku, 10277, Love Poems, 10159384011, Regional & Cultural, 10159396011, Themes & Styles, 9966, United States, 10159402011, Women Authors, 17, Literature & Fiction, 1000, Subjects, 283155, Books, 10425, Caribbean & Latin American, 10311, World Literature, 17, Literature & Fiction, 1000, Subjects, 283155, Books

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[SR: 420042], Paperback, [EAN: 9781558856066], Arte Publico Pr, Arte Publico Pr, Book, [PU: Arte Publico Pr], Arte Publico Pr, "A thief, a junkie I've been / committed every known sin," Miguel Pinero sings in "A Lower East Side Poem." Part observer, part participant in the turbulent goings-on in his Nuyorican barrio, Miguel Pinero blasted onto the literary scene and made waves in the artistic current with his dramatic interpretations of the world around him through experimental poetry, prose, and plays. Portrayed by actor Benjamin Bratt in the 2001 feature film Pinero, the poet's works are as rough and gritty as the New York City underworld he wrote about and loved. "So here I am, look at me / I stand proud as you can see / pleased to be from the Lower East / a street fighting man / a problem of this land / I am the Philosopher of the Criminal Mind / a dweller of prison time / a cancer of Rockefeller's ghettocide / this concrete tomb is my home." His depictions of pimp bars, drug addiction, petty crime, prison culture and outlaw life all drawn from first-hand experience astound the faint-hearted, as Pinero poetizes an outlaw vernacular meant to shock proper, bourgeois culture. This long-awaited collection includes previously published and never-before-published poems; ten plays, including Short Eyes, which was later made into a film and won the 1973-1974 New York Drama Critics' Circle Award for Best American Play, The Sun Always Shines for the Cool, and Eulogy for a Small Time Thief. A co-founder of the Nuyorican Poet's Cafe, Pinero died at the age of 41, leaving behind a compelling legacy of poetry and plays that reveal the harsh, impoverished lives of his urban Puerto Rican community., 10248, Poetry, 271623011, Ancient, Classical & Medieval, 10250, Anthologies, 10096, British & Irish, 10271, Japanese & Haiku, 10277, Love Poems, 10159384011, Regional & Cultural, 10159396011, Themes & Styles, 9966, United States, 10159402011, Women Authors, 17, Literature & Fiction, 1000, Subjects, 283155, Books, 10425, Caribbean & Latin American, 10311, World Literature, 17, Literature & Fiction, 1000, Subjects, 283155, Books

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[EAN: 9781558856066], Neubuch, [PU: Arte Publico Pr], JORGE IGLESIAS,NICOLAS KANELLOS,MIGUEL PINERO,POETRY,WORLD LITERATURE,CLASSICS, Paperback. 416 pages. Dimensions: 8.5in. x 5.7in. x 1.1in.A thief, a junkie Ive been committed every known sin, Miguel Pinero sings in A Lower East Side Poem. Part observer, part participant in the turbulent goings-on in his Nuyorican barrio, Miguel Pinero blasted onto the literary scene and made waves in the artistic current with his dramatic interpretations of the world around him through experimental poetry, prose, and plays. Portrayed by actor Benjamin Bratt in the 2001 feature film Pinero, the poets works are as rough and gritty as the New York City underworld he wrote about and loved. So here I am, look at me I stand proud as you can see pleased to be from the Lower East a street fighting man a problem of this land I am the Philosopher of the Criminal Mind a dweller of prison time a cancer of Rockefellers ghettocide this concrete tomb is my home. His depictions of pimp bars, drug addiction, petty crime, prison culture and outlaw life all drawn from first-hand experience astound the faint-hearted, as Pinero poetizes an outlaw vernacular meant to shock proper, bourgeois culture. This long-awaited collection includes previously published and never-before-published poems; ten plays, including Short Eyes, which was later made into a film and won the 1973-1974 New York Drama Critics Circle Award for Best American Play, The Sun Always Shines for the Cool, and Eulogy for a Small Time Thief. A co-founder of the Nuyorican Poets Cafe, Pinero died at the age of 41, leaving behind a compelling legacy of poetry and plays that reveal the harsh, impoverished lives of his urban Puerto Rican community. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN, Momence,IL, Commerce,GA.

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Part observer, part participant in the turbulent goings-on in his Nuyorican "barrio," Miguel Pinero blasted onto the literary scene and made waves in the artistic current with his dramatic interpretations of his world through experimental poetry, prose, and plays. Portrayed by actor Benjamin Bratt in the 2001 feature film "Pinero," the poet's works are as rough and gritty as the New York City underworld he loved. His depictions of pimp bars, drug addiction, prison culture and outlaw life astound the faint-hearted. This long-awaited collection includes previously published and never-before-published poems; ten plays, including "Short Eyes," which was later made into a film and won the 1973-1974 New York Drama Critics' Circle Award for Best American Play, and " The Sun Always Shines for the Cool." A co-founder of the Nuyorican Poet's Cafe, Pinero left behind a legacy of work that reveal the harsh, impoverished lives of his urban Puerto Rican community. Outlaw: The Collected Works of Miguel Pinero Pinero, Miguel / Kanellos, Nicolas / Iglesias, Jorge, Arte Publico Press

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Outlaw: The Collected Works of Miguel Pinero
Autor:

Pinero, Miguel

Titel:

Outlaw: The Collected Works of Miguel Pinero

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9781558856066

A collection of impassioned writings by a celebrated poet, playwright, and rebel

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781558856066
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1558856064
Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsjahr: 2010
Herausgeber: ARTE PUBLICO PR
381 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,482 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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