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The Last Person to Hear Your Voice

The Last Person to Hear Your Voice

RICHARD SHELTON
https://www.jstor.org/stable/j.ctt9qh4tk
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    The Last Person to Hear Your Voice
    Book Description:

    While Shelton has been known primarily for his poems dealing with the landscape of the Southwest and the destruction of that landscape, the poems in this book are much more far-ranging, including many poems dealing with soocial issues (the issue of illegal immigration on our southern border, homelessness), historical events (the war in Iraq, the events of 9/11) and attitudes concerning politics and the environment. The poems are filled with sensory images, engaged in the real world, often ironic or simply off-the-wall, and their tone ranges from deeply sad, as in a requiem for Glen Canyon on the Colorado River, to the wildly funny, as inBrief Communications from My widowed Mother.

    eISBN: 978-0-8229-7803-9
    Subjects: Language & Literature

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  1. 1. Children of the New Crusade

  2. 2. The Pope and the Contortionist

  3. 3. Suburban Life as We Know It