An aquarium: poems
From "Abalone" to "Zooxanthellae," Jeffrey Yang's debut poetry collection is full of the exhilarating colors and ominous forms of aquatic life. But deeper under the surface are his observations on war, environmental degradation, language, and history, as a father--troubled by violence and human mismanagement of the world--offers advice to a newborn son.
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Review: An AquariumUser Review - Karlo Mikhail - Goodreads
A mixed bag where poems that are plainly pointless and banal, senseless poems that are infected by a post-structuralist inspired incomprehensibility, and poems that are memorably playful, politically ... Read full review
Review: An AquariumUser Review - Jad - Goodreads
The most recent book I bought. The world is an aquarium and the view is exhilarating. This book can easily go straight to the five stars. Read full review