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[EAN: 9780374530976], Nouveau livre, [SC: 12.11], [PU: Farrar, Straus and Giroux], FREDERICK SEIDEL,POETRY, Poetry|American, Poetry|General, Paperback. 112 pages. Dimensions: 8.2in. x 5.4in. x 0.4in.The best American poet writing todayThe title itself--a parody of a threat, something the monster under the bed might grunt--manages to capture the weird dialectic of Mr. Seidels black comedy: He is scary, but funny, but still scary . . . You would have go back to confessional masters like Lowell and Berryman to find poetry as daringly self-revealing, as risky and compelling, as the best of Frederick Seidels. --Adam Kirsch, The New York SunThe poems in Ooga-Booga are Seidels richest yet and read like no one elses: Theyre surreal without being especially difficult, and utterly unpretentious, suffused with the peculiar American loneliness of Raymond Chandler . . . The poem Barbados is the loveliest Seidel has written to date, and hes perfected the subtle rhythms and rhymes that rocket the stanzas forward like his Ducati 916 SPS. While I can think of a more likable book of poems, I can scarcely imagine a better one. --Alex Halberstadt, New York magazineOoga-Booga is as beguiling and magisterial as anything Seidel has written. I cant decide whether Seidel has more in common with Philip Larkin or John Ashbery, but the fact that he can prompt such a bizarre question is more revealing than any possible answer. --Joel Brouwer, The New York Times Book Review This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN.

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[EAN: 9780374530976], Nouveau livre, [SC: 1.41], [PU: Farrar, Straus Giroux Inc, United States], Poetry|American, Poetry|General, Language: English . Brand New Book. The best American poet writing today * The title itself a parody of a threat, something the monster under the bed might grunt manages to capture the weird dialectic of Mr. Seidel s black comedy: He is scary, but funny, but still scary . . . You would have go back to confessional masters like Lowell and Berryman to find poetry as daringly self-revealing, as risky and compelling, as the best of Frederick Seidel s. *Adam Kirsch, The New York Sun The poems in Ooga-Booga are [Seidel s] richest yet and read like no one else s: They re surreal without being especially difficult, and utterly unpretentious, suffused with the peculiar American loneliness of Raymond Chandler . . . [The poem Barbados ] is the loveliest Seidel has written to date, and he s perfected the subtle rhythms and rhymes that rocket the stanzas forward like his Ducati 916 SPS. While I can think of a more likable book of poems, I can scarcely imagine a better one. Alex Halberstadt, New York magazine [ Ooga-Booga is] as beguiling and magisterial as anything [Seidel] has written. I can t decide whether Seidel has more in common with Philip Larkin or John Ashbery, but the fact that he can prompt such a bizarre question is more revealing than any possible answer. Joel Brouwer, The New York Times Book Review

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Ooga-Booga: Poems
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Seidel, Frederick

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Ooga-Booga: Poems

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0374530971

"The best American poet writing today"* "The title itself--a parody of a threat, something the monster under the bed might grunt--manages to capture the weird dialectic of Mr. Seidel's black comedy: He is scary, but funny, but still scary . . . You would have go back to confessional masters like Lowell and Berryman to find poetry as daringly self-revealing, as risky and compelling, as the best of Frederick Seidel's." --*Adam Kirsch, "The New York Sun ""The poems in "Ooga-Booga "are [Seidel's] richest yet and read like no one else's: They're surreal without being especially difficult, and utterly unpretentious, suffused with the peculiar American loneliness of Raymond Chandler . . . [The poem 'Barbados'] is the loveliest Seidel has written to date, and he's perfected the subtle rhythms and rhymes that rocket the stanzas forward like his Ducati 916 SPS. While I can think of a more likable book of poems, I can scarcely imagine a better one." --Alex Halberstadt, "New York "magazine "["Ooga-Booga "is] as beguiling and magisterial as anything [Seidel] has written. I can't decide whether Seidel has more in common with Philip Larkin or John Ashbery, but the fact that he can prompt such a bizarre question is more revealing than any possible answer." --Joel Brouwer, "The New York Times Book Review"

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780374530976
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0374530971
Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsjahr: 2007
Herausgeber: FARRAR STRAUS & GIROUX
101 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,145 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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