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  • 7 of 9 copies available at Missouri Evergreen.
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North Kansas City Public Library 811.54 OATES 2021 (Text) 0001002440251 Nonfiction New Available -
Camden County Library District - Camdenton 811.54 Oates (Text) 31320003793465 Adult Nonfiction Available -
Jefferson County Library-Northwest 811.54 OATES (Text) 30051020239940 New Books Available -
Little Dixie - Main Library - Moberly 811.54 OATES (Text) 2004530243 New Non-Fiction Shelves Available -
Little Dixie - Paris 811.54 OATES (Text) 2004530235 New Non-Fiction Shelves Available -
Scenic Regional-Hermann 811.54 OAT (Text) 3007233534 New NonFiction Available -
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Trails Regional-Lexington 811.54 OAT (Text) 2205039627 Adult Non-Fiction Checked out 05/20/2021
Trails Regional-Warrensburg 811.54 OAT (Text) 2205039635 Adult Non-Fiction Checked out 05/25/2021

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I: The coming storm -- In hemp-woven hammocks reading the Nation -- Exsanguination -- Little Albert, 1920 -- Harlow's monkeys -- Obedience : 1962 -- Loney -- Coming storm -- Edward Hopper's "Eleven A.M.," 1926 -- II: The first room -- First room -- Sinkholes -- That other -- Mercy -- Blessing -- This is not a poem -- Apocalypso -- III: American melancholy -- To Marlon Brando in Hell -- Too young to marry but not too young to die -- Doctor help me -- Old America has come home to die -- Jubilate : an homage in catterel verse -- Kite poem -- American sign language -- Hometown waiting for you -- IV: "This is the time ... " -- Hatefugue -- A dream of stopped-up drains -- Bloodline, elegy -- Harvesting skin -- "This is the time for which we have been waiting" -- Tunnel -- Palliative.
Summary, etc.:
The first poetry collection in twenty-five years by the National Book Award-winning author observes the human heart and mind while exploring subjects ranging from politics and racism to poverty and loss.
Subject: American poetry > 21st century.
Genre: Poetry.

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