6 edition of Cities of flesh and the dead found in the catalog.
Cities of flesh and the dead
|Statement||by Diann Blakely.|
|LC Classifications||PS3552.L35 C58 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2004029494|
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Cities of Flesh and the Dead, Blakely s third book, is composed of five sections which hold nineteen poems, many of them long and sequenced.
Some are in memoriam poems for other poets: Anthony Hecht, Lynda Hull, William Matthews, and Herbert Morris. Because of this, an elegiac tone runs through the book, but it is by no means the only note struck.5/5(7).
CITIES OF FLESH AND THE DEAD is the eagerly awaited third collection of poetry by Diann Blakely. Paperback, pages Published July 15th by Elixir Press (first published April 1st )/5. Cities of The Flesh Hardcover – January 1, All of her fiction is top-notch and dead-on as far as accuracy goes.
Well worth the read.) Read more. 17 people found this helpful. Helpful. Comment Report abuse. See all reviews from the United States. Top international reviews Chris/5(4). Cities of Flesh and the Dead, Blakely s third book, is composed of five sections which hold nineteen poems, many of them long and sequenced.
Some are in memoriam poems for other poets: Anthony Hecht, Lynda Hull, William Matthews, and Herbert Morris. Cities of the Flesh. A dreadful pageant haunting novelist-historian Zoe Oldenbourg (–) began on a hot, still day inwhen a French army took Béziers, bastion of one of history's most romantic territories.
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Cities of Flesh and the Dead, the remarkable third collection from longtime Scene contributor Diann Blakely, goes that idea one better. These poems, many of them tributes to friends and mentors who have died, fearlessly convey the news itself--or, as she puts it, "[t]he fallen raptures of this murderous world,"--and in the process offer us "another chance for transport.".
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