New Jersey



Betsy Andrews S Sweeping, Energetic, Book Length Poem Pounds The Pavement Of The New Jersey Turnpike, Driving Through America Past Landfills And Wetlands And Weapons Labs Under The Towering Shadows Of Engines, Oil, And War With A Disarmingly Unique Voice That Evokes The Tradition Of Pound And Eliot, Whitman And Williams And Ginsberg, Andrews Creates A Pastiche Of Landscape, Consciousness, History, And Politics In This American Age.New Jersey

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  • Hardcover
  • 72 pages
  • New Jersey
  • Betsy Andrews
  • English
  • 25 May 2018
  • 0299221407

10 thoughts on “New Jersey

  1. says:

    A book length sequence that attempts to evoke update Whitman He is called to mind not just through a lead quote from Song of the Open Road but through Andrews long, listing lines And like Whitman, she is concerned with creating a national portrait, beginning with and working away from and back to the New Jersey Turnpike The earnest and unlimited optimism of Whitman is, of course, not here What Andrews gives us is a country saturated with prisons, the eyes of a malignant authority, i A book length sequence that attempts to evoke update Whitman He is called to mind not just through a lead quote from Song of the Open Ro...

  2. says:

    This may be a five star book I ve got to re read it, though I read it on a plane a few weeks ago and the plane wasn t the best place for the best experience, and my memory of the book is also affected in part by what I m currently trying to write It s a good book, though worth reading, indeed.

  3. says:

    This was quirky and fun.

  4. says:

    Man, I ve been striking out on new poetry books lately Walt Whitman, this ain t I am gaining faith in the consistency of prizes though, as I recently read And Her Soul Out of Nothing, Olena Kalytiak Davis s first book and fellow Brittingham winner, and I didn t like that book ...

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