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Ain't No Grave

ISBN-10: 193697018X
ISBN-13: 9781936970186
Edition: N/A
Authors: T. J. Jarrett
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Description: Poetry. African American Studies. "Here is a voice of complete authority: I think of Willa Cather in all her fullness of range and depth, her grief, sureness of step, and ease with life's own half-familiar withholdings. TJ Jarrett pierces the  More...

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List price: $15.00
Publisher: New Issues Poetry & Prose, Western Michigan University
Publication date: 9/1/2013
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 91
Size: 5.75" wide x 8.25" long x 0.25" tall
Weight: 0.396
Language: English

Poetry. African American Studies. "Here is a voice of complete authority: I think of Willa Cather in all her fullness of range and depth, her grief, sureness of step, and ease with life's own half-familiar withholdings. TJ Jarrett pierces the listener with her new—seemingly accustomed, but new—unsettlings; I was more lonely before I heard this voice."—Jean Valentine

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Interrobang
How to Speak to the Dead
Middle Passage
Ruin
Sea
Silk
After I Came to Bed, Unable to Understand Why Mike Brady is Beating Kunta Kinte on Television, My Grandmother Explains: A Lullaby
How to Hear Music with Your Whole Body
World, 1981
Lazarus
What We Call Tears
The Beauty of Failed Things
1920: In Duluth, Minnesota
Concerning the Divinity of Trees
What We Say to the Tree
Ruin
What the Dark Said
After You Kissed Me, I Could Not Stay in My Body for Days
The Opened Door
Approach
What the Sky Said
The Long-Metered Hymn
When the Sun Nears the Earth in the West
Snow, on the Origin and Mechanics Of
What We Say to the Fire
What the Grass Says
Ruin
Childhood
My Father Explains the History of Sugar, the Middle Passage and Slavery to My Brother, Age 5, over Breakfast
Body after Body
Negroes Lie on Top of Weakening Levee and Save Day near Greenville, Miss., April 11, 1912
Methods and Materials
What We Say to the Water
As Far as the Eye Can See
As Far as the Eye Can See
What the Tree Said
On Leaving East Saint Louis after the Burning
The Light They Made
Flashlight
What We Know of the Dark
We Go to the River and Will Always Return
The Sound the World Makes without You
Telephone
Night Seizures
Astronauts
Drinking with Mephistopheles
Thanksgiving
Because Men Do What They Want to Do
Pentecosts
How It Hurts, Scars, Mars
What Happens in the Dark
Ruin
Meridian: What Happens After

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