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  • ISBN 1574231464
  • ISBN13 978-1574231465
  • Language English
  • Author Diane Wakoski
  • Publisher Black Sparrow Pr; Signed edition (October 1, 2000)
  • Pages 256
  • Formats doc mbr azw lrf
  • Category Fiction
  • Subcategory Poetry
  • Size ePub 1549 kb
  • Size Fb2 1876 kb
  • Rating: 4.1
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The Butcher's Apron book.

The Butcher's Apron book. Jul 02, 2007 Simone rated it liked it. Recommends it for: anyone. Other poems where Wakoski’s dexterity is evident, particularly in her investigation of ambivalence, are The Fear of Fat Children and Pamela’s Green Tomato Pie. There are moments, however, when she becomes too plaintive, as in her long, ambitious poem Perfume, which contains a tirade against Terry Gross of NPR.

Diane Wakoski's twenty-fifth book is also her second selected poems, complementing Emerald Ice by gathering her best . Butchers Apron: New and Selected Poems : New and Selected Poems Including Greed: Part 14. by Diane Wakoski.

Diane Wakoski's twenty-fifth book is also her second selected poems, complementing Emerald Ice by gathering her best work from 1988 to 2000. Select Format: Hardcover.

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Diane Wakoski (born August 3, 1937) is a American poet who is primarily associated with the deep image . The Butcher's Apron: New and selected poems (including "Greed: Part 14"), Santa Rosa, CA: Black Sparrow, 2000. Form Is an Extension of Content (essay).

Diane Wakoski (born August 3, 1937) is a American poet who is primarily associated with the deep image poets, as well as the confessional and Beat poets of the 1960s. Wakoski was born in Whittier, California.

The title poem from "The Butcher’s Apron" was chosen by Adrienne Rich for inclusion in the Best American Poetry series, and the collect. ion includes Part 14 of Wakoski’s ongoing poem Greed, which first began appearing in parts in the mid-1960s

The title poem from "The Butcher’s Apron" was chosen by Adrienne Rich for inclusion in the Best American Poetry series, and the collect. ion includes Part 14 of Wakoski’s ongoing poem Greed, which first began appearing in parts in the mid-1960s. Publishers Weekly said of the collection: "Wakoski is a dedicated independent. self-mythologizing, autobiographically grounded, at her strongest when most self-consciously outspoken. The occasion of this second selected poems. may be the time to lift her her cult constituency

That same clarity of vision and illuminating substance pervades this "new and selected" volume, which gathers together the long awaited "Greed: Part 14" along

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Diane Wakoski's twenty-fifth book is also her second selected poems, complementing Emerald Ice by gathering her best work from 1988 to 2000

New & Selected Poems, including Greed: Part 14. Diane Wakoski's twenty-fifth book is also her second selected poems, complementing Emerald Ice by gathering her best work from 1988 to 2000. All the poems in this collection," she writes, "describe the ongoing process of discovering beauty and acquiring an aesthetic sensibility via food" seeing and savoring it, cooking and sharing it, reaching out to all creation and drawing it in, devouring it, lapping it up, literally becoming one with it.

Other articles where The Butcher’s Apron is discussed: Diane Wakoski: The Butcher’s Apron (2000) . The Butcher’s Apron (2000) features poems about food. Wakoski also published several essay collections.

Other articles where The Butcher’s Apron is discussed: Diane Wakoski: The Butcher’s Apron (2000) features poems about food.

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Heri
Why isn't Diane Wakoski more well known?
A great poet...takes Susan Sontag's dictum that we must wake up our senses to heart and produces amazing poems.
Hamrl
love the Wakoski poems relating to food, as this collection comprises
spacebreeze
Wakoski has been writing about food for years, but this is the first collection of her poetry specifically devoted to the subject. More than a "best of" this is a perfectly mounted love-poem to sustenance, and a furthering of Wakoski's own personal mythology combined. Along with reprinted, and new, poems about food, BUTCHER'S APRON also includes the long-awaited 14th installment of her epic poem "Greed." In it Ms. Wakoski explores the "Greed for Purity" through food, again, and provides the reader with a sadly rendered still-life portrait. This is a dynamic exploration thru verse.
Wat!?
The idea of writing poetry in an information age has never been questionable as it is now. "The Butcher's Apron: New and Selected Poems" not only challenges the role of language but it also abhors the idea of originality--Even the "oppressive" Victorians would have regarded such an experiment as mediocre. The reference to quantum physics is another attempt to rebel against contemporary society; almost as if to elevate the poet's unique character and diminish every scholar's existence. Obscure language and archaic metaphors were "in" thirty years ago, but now, especially when it's "cool" to be "out," such literary devices are, in fact, "out"-dated. Sorry, but this project didn't make the cut if only because the poet's language is no longer authentic, much less inspiring.
Samugor
Great