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Vertigo : the Living Dead Man Poems

""Marvin Bell has the largest heart since Walt Whitman.""℗ا Harvard Review ""One of our finest and most acclaimed poets.""℗ا Booklist ""Charged with making the darkness visible, Bell's 'Dead Man' sometimes glows with an eerily illuminating light.""℗ا Publishers Weekly Marvin Bell is one of America's great poets, and his legacy includes the invention of a startling poetic form called the ""Dead Man"" poems. The Dead Man is alive and dead at once: not a persona, but an overarching consciousness, embedded in poetics and philosophy. Vertigo is the latest from the Dea
eBook, English, 2013
Copper Canyon Press, Port Townsend, 2013
1 online resource (155 pages)
9781619320017, 1619320010
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