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Skid

Skid

Dean Young
https://www.jstor.org/stable/j.ctt5hjr19
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    Skid
    Book Description:

    Dean Young is one of the premier surrealist poets writing today. InSkid, his fifth book of poems, social outrage vies with comic excess. He embraces the autobiographical urge with fury and musically lush exclamations. Whether through the dark facts of mortality or the celebratory surprises of the imagination, these poems proclaim vitality and alertness, wasting nothing. From Wile E. Coyote and the Roadrunner's "Meep! Meep!" to remembrances of lost loves and laments about the future, Young's poems reveal his faith in the genius of calamity and the redemptive power of fun.

    eISBN: 978-0-8229-7935-7
    Subjects: Language & Literature

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  1. I Am But a Traveler in This Land & Know Little of Its Ways
    (pp. 7-9)
  2. Howl Upone Eskaping, I Learne Mey Vehikle Is Not Sea-Worthie & Upone Mey Tragik Recapture & Longe Internmynt During Whyche I Wrighte These Words Thorough a Secret System Infolfing Mey Owne Blood
    (pp. 14-15)
  3. Chest Pains of the Romantic Poets
    (pp. 37-37)
  4. Goodbye, Place I Lived Nearly 23 Years Almost Everyone Left Before Me
    (pp. 50-51)
  5. The River Merchant, Stuck in Kalamazoo, Writes His Wife a Letter during Her Semester Abroad
    (pp. 58-58)
  6. Lives of the Noncombatants
    (pp. 64-65)
  7. And You Don’t Even Have to Leave the Building
    (pp. 74-75)
  8. I Can Hardly Be Considered a Reliable Witness
    (pp. 84-85)