2 edition of Well then there now found in the catalog.
Well then there now
|LC Classifications||PS3569.P3356 W455 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2010034171|
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In Well Then There Now, Juliana Spahr uses the backdrop of Hawaii to demonstate the conflicts between man and nature, and native culture versus invading culture.
Her impressions of the encroaching Western society are couched in simple sentences and sly observations, accompanied by illustrative photographs that illuminate the poet's point/5(4). ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "A Black Sparrow book." Description: pages: illustrations, maps ; 23 cm: Contents: Live --Some of we and the land that was never ours --Sonnets --Dole Street --Things of each possible relation hashing Well then there now book one another --Unnamed dragonfly species --Kalia Road --Gentle now, don't add to heartache --Incinerator.
Accretion, articulation, exploration, transformation, naming, sentiment, private and public property these are just a few of Juliana Spahr's interests.
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