Some Mountains Removed

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Subpress, Jan 1, 2005 - Poetry - 92 pages
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Bouchard, Daniel. Some Mountains Removed. Poetry. In his new collection of poetry, Daniel Bouchard responds to our contemporary dystopia with exacting description and incisive criticism. "The cognitive dissonance between what we are in daily life and what we know about the history we inhabit in America: this is the matter of this book. It is laid out in such a way that we can see what our minds are made of, and study the problem. Here the rhetoric of new poetry ("Hades faces environmental crises") is at ease with both beauty and corruption"-Fanny Howe.

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User Review  - Rodney - Goodreads

The gritty ambiance of these poems recalls and advances the concerns of Bouchard's Diminutive Revolutions: a deliquescent New England of mildewed “sills and moldings”; the past exerting its flinty ... Read full review

Contents

Table of Contents 7 Leaves
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Leaving the Northeast Kingdom
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Look
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Copyright

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About the author (2005)

Daniel Bouchard lives in Somerville, Massachusetts. His first book, Diminutive Revolutions, is available from Subpress.

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