By Mark Strand
From Pulitzer Prize--winner Mark Strand comes an exquisitely witty and poignant sequence of prose poems. occasionally showing as natural prose, occasionally as impure poetry, yet continuously with Strand's readability and straightforwardness of fashion, they're like riddles, their solutions vanishing simply as they seem within sight. myth, family satire, meditation, funny story, and myth all come jointly in what's arguably the liveliest, such a lot unique ebook that Strand has but written.
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