To Newfoundland First Edition

By: KNOX, Caroline

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KNOX, Caroline. To Newfoundland. Poems by Caroline Knox. Athens & London : The University of Georgia Press, (1989). First Printing. Pp (6),v-vii,(3),1-55,(5). 8vo, b&w illustrated cardcovers. In the Contemporary Poetry Series. No Harleys were catalogued in the making of this volume. The poems: "The Stone Calendar", "Beach Poem", "Becoming Girl Scouts", "Background: Poem inEnvy of Baudelaire", "Pantoum du chat", "Give Me an A", "Souvenir de Roc-A madour", "Railroads and Newspapers", "A Song for St. Cecila's Day 1987", "Emblem Poem: Scallop Shell", "Lady Godiva", "Freudian Shoes", "Dean and Later Bishop", "Off Gems Bund", "Exploring Unknown Territory", "Log of the SnowStar", "Customs", "The Urn", "Gerhard Thorpe, Male Nurse", "Lizzie Borden Through Art and Literature", "The Farley Family", "Sestina for Bishop Seabury", "To Newfoundland", "Teeth", "The Heart", and "Movement Along the Frieze". "Witty and venturesome, by times ingeniuosly rhymed and outlandishly prosaic, the poems in To Newfoundland can speak in the voice of a Newfoundland dog, be organized around the names of newspapers and railroads, ruminate on Admiral Peary's earflapped headgear, or record Lady Godiva's thoughts ontax policy. Nearly all the poems in To Newfoundland represent some sort of journey to some sort of a new-found land, whether he Viking's journey to L 'Anse-aux-Meadowes, the metamorphosis of an adolescent girl as she takes onthe green plumage of a Girl Scout, or the poet's own excursions into tradi tional forms such as the sonnet, the villanelle, and the pantoum, or into prose poetry and play scenes. In this second collection of her poetry, Caroline Knox continually delights, skillfully mixing metaphors and committing puns, playing with poetic form and mocking seriousness." (from the back cover). Very good. 15.00

Title: To Newfoundland First Edition

Author Name: KNOX, Caroline

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Publisher: University of Georgia Press, Athens & London, 1989, ISBN:0820311154:

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