|Author:||Yusef Komunyakaa,Kevin Ducey|
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|Publisher:||The American Poetry Review (September 1, 2004)|
Kevin Ducey’s Rhinoceros was selected from over 1,000 manuscripts by Yusef Komunyakaa for the APR/Honickman First Book Prize. With lyrical turns and metaphorical sways, Rhinoceros embodies mythologies that are brought down to earth and riffs on history, desire, death, sex and food. We have lunch with Hawking and Disney before stopping in to see how Robert Browning’s record Kevin Ducey’s Rhinoceros was selected from over 1,000 manuscripts by Yusef Komunyakaa for the APR/Honickman First Book Prize
Kevin Ducey’s Rhinoceros was selected from over 1,000 manuscripts by Yusef Komunyakaa for the APR/Honickman First Book Prize. We have lunch with Hawking and Disney before stopping in to see how Robert Browning’s recording session with Thomas Edison is getting on. (They hate each other
Yusef Komunyakaa and Facing It. Facing It is a poem that deals with the personal angst of the speaker, a Vietnam veteran, who is visiting the Vietnam War Memorial in Washington DC. The black wall of the memorial evokes all kinds of war-torn images from the violent past which are full of agony and pain. Born in 1947 in Louisiana, Yusef Komunyakaa spent time as a war correspondent in Vietnam, witnessing and reporting on the bloody battles for supremacy in the mid 1960s. When he returned to the USA he began writing poetry whilst studying at the University of Colorado and went on to publish in magazines, eventually bringing out a book in 1988, Dien Cai Dau, which is Vietnamese for crazy. Included in the book was the poem Facing It. Komunyakaa's poems cover many subjects, from war to folklore, from jazz to racial issues. Hard reality and personal history are often explored.
Book's title: The tragedy of lynching, Library of Congress Control Number: 69016568. International Standard Book Number (ISBN): 0837111455. 00 Author: Ducey, Kevin. Publication & Distribution: Philadelphia. Author: Komunyakaa, Yusef. Le procáes de Jâerusalem; jugement, documents introd.
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I saw a wooly rhinoceros yesterday and we chased it down to the Stop'n Rob. Edmond killed it, but we were too far from the cave to get it back home before nightfall and the hyenas. As Christmas poems go, it’s an unorthodox beginning. But how else do we establish that the mundane and miraculous are about to converge? In his introduction.
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