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Invisible Bride: Poems (2002) [Novel]
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Tony Tost's exhilarating poetry debut defies conventional description. Like a fantastic film, a feverish delirium, or a dream state, these prose poems use an experimental lexicon of imagery that goes beyond anything typically poetic. Tost's point of departure is the loss of the Other that makes the I: Agnes. And in a sort of coming-of-age soliloquy song, he meditates on a range of topics: fatherhood, childhood, identity, poetry. Together his poems express the unburdening of consciousness, a consciousness that contains the likes of Blake, Italo Calvino, Allen Grossman, and Frank Stanford, among others (including Tost himself).
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Original title: Invisible Bride: Poems
Original languages: English

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Genre: PoetryVerse

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Invisible Bride: Poems (2002)
Awards: Walt Whitman Award (2003)
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Language: English

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Invisible Bride: Poems (2002)


ISBN: 080712964X

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