Out of danger


Format:
Book


Author(s):
Fenton, James


Keyword(s):
English poetry.


Year:
1994


Pages:
104 p.


Publisher:
Farrar Straus Giroux


Publisher location:
New York


Accession number:
29255486


Label:
Box 58


Notes:
22 cm. Beauty, Danger and Dismay -- Out of Danger -- Serious -- The Ideal -- Hinterhof -- The Possibility -- The Mistake -- I'll Explain -- In Paris with You -- Milkfish Gatherers -- Jerusalem -- For Andrew Wood -- Out of the East -- Blood and Lead -- The Ballad of the Imam and the Shah -- I Saw a Child -- Tiananmen -- The Ballad of the Shrieking Man -- Fireflies of the Sea -- Cut-Throat Christ -- Gabriel -- The Ballad of the Birds -- I Know What I'm Missing -- Bruisers and Dreamers -- Here Come the Drum Majorettes! -- The Orange Dove of Fiji -- The Journey -- On a Recent Indiscretion by a Certain Fulbright Fellow in Upper Egypt -- Maski Papaano -- The Manila Manifesto. Includes bibliographical references (p. 104). James Fenton. Book


URLS:
http://www.gbv.de/dms/bowker/toc/9780374228316.pdf http://www.gbv.de/dms/bowker/toc/9780374228316.pdf Materials specified: Inhaltsverzeichnis


Language:
English


Call number:
LC: PR6056.E53; Dewey: 821/.914


ISBN:
ISBN: 0374228310; 9780374228316 LCCN: 93-40178


Edition:
1st American


Abstract:
A wry collection of poems in three parts, one of which is devoted to the dangers of love and the love of danger. A sample: "Beauty, danger and dismay / Met me on the public way. / Whichever I chose, I chose dismay." The other two parts comprise songs on political violence. By the author of Children in Exile.


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