(Pdf Download) [Percussion Grenade] AUTHOR Joyelle McSweeney
This book was not really my cup of tea I could tell while reading it that it was probably something certain types of poetslovers of poets would like DISCLAIMER A note in "the beginning of the book says the poems in this book should be read outloud I "beginning of the book says the poems in this book should be read outloud I of the book says the poems in this book should be read outloud I T read them outloud and kind of wish I d read the note before I bought the book
As I Wouldn T I wouldn t bought it knowing that I wouldn t have read the poems outloud So maybe I am not really. Music and drama as weapons of productive destruction This collection by prize winning massively influential literary star Joyelle McSweeney explodes the twinned and dangerous notions that images are pretty and that they land predictably Power struggles in all contexts and the driving ever presence of a lexicon of puissance make this a bracing read not for the faint of heart or mindFrom Guadaloop Just inside the cutters’ pavilionJust at the peak of the oxygen tentJust on the inner li. .
Ualified to rate this book at all as I didn t follow instructions I liked the play the second to last section of the book was a
play It was my favorite part I also PRETENDED as I was reading the poems that It was my favorite part I also PRETENDED as I was reading the poems that was reading them outloud Many of them seemed like extended egregious wordplay to me rather than poems at times AGAIN as I was reading it I thought that certain kinds of poetslovers of poetry probably love stuff like this just not
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