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Beschreibung"Left Fields," Jeanette Lynes's second collection of poetry with Wolsak and Wynn, consolidates her reputation for writing clear-eyed, accesible and deadly funny poetry. Her first book, "A Woman Along on the Aitkokan Highway," immediately struck a chord in the minds of readers and writers of poetry alike: "With nimble imagination and a humour that is tough and vulnerable as the heart of country and western, Jeanette Lynes's poems speak in their own sharply tanged and quite unignorable voice" - Don McKay. In her first book she introduced us to a difficult childhood in southern Ontario; in "Left Fields" she revisits the solid, angry/loving bond with her mother, the attitudes she adopts as weapons against the world, and the left fields of her childhood, a landscape she never really left, but carries with her as a snail carries her house on her back. Poems such as "The Icicle Hunter" highlight her tough-tender style, with its contagious humour.
Untertitel: New. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: WOLSAK & WYNN PUBL
Erscheinungsdatum: August 2003
Seitenanzahl: 96 Seiten