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Famous Persons We Have Known

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In this collection of 52 poem, Minnesota writer Richard Robbins introduces the famous persons promised in the title: Lon Chaney, Jr., buying eggs and bananas at a Capistrano Beach supermarket; Elvis "slipping out/with raccoons and owls to buy pink/Ca... weiterlesen
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Titel: Famous Persons We Have Known
Autor/en: Richard Robbins

ISBN: 0910055661
EAN: 9780910055666
New.
Sprache: Englisch.
EWU PR (WA)

Januar 2000 - kartoniert - 88 Seiten

Beschreibung

In this collection of 52 poem, Minnesota writer Richard Robbins introduces the famous persons promised in the title: Lon Chaney, Jr., buying eggs and bananas at a Capistrano Beach supermarket; Elvis "slipping out/with raccoons and owls to buy pink/Cadillacs for anyone that moved him;" Marshal Dillon, his head split by a surfing mishap; even Geronimo, galloping back toward nature, "ruined for love." But this book is about more than famous people. From the char and kokanee-choked waters of Montana to an art gallery in Utah where the narrator doesn't meet a famous poet laureate, Robbins connects past and present, the dead and the living. He does so with sly humor, a naturalist's precision, and a potent lyricism.

Portrait

RICHARD ROBBINS grew up in California and Montana. His first collection, The Invisible Wedding, was published in 1984. Over the years, Robbins has received awards from the Minnesota State Arts Board, Hawthornden Castle International Retreat for Writers, the McKnight Foundation, and the National Endowment for the Arts. He currently directs the creative writing program and the Good Thunder Reading Series at Minnesota State University, and lives in Mankato with his wife, the poet Candace Black, and their two sons.

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