Man Hit by Lightening Tells All

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Lulu.com, May 1, 2007 - Poetry - 164 pages
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150-some odd pages of poetry that examines the nature of poetry in the final few decades of our post-modern society. Things explored include life and love in the cracks of late consumption-led America, with its peculiar Muses and dreams, ecology and memory, survivor thrashings in the backwaters of the Viet Nam war (and by extension, the Iraq war) and the pleasures of life with words and words with life.
 

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Contents

I
9
III
10
IV
15
V
16
VII
17
VIII
18
IX
19
X
20
LVI
69
LVII
71
LVIII
73
LIX
74
LXI
75
LXII
82
LXIV
83
LXV
84

XI
21
XII
22
XIII
23
XV
24
XVI
25
XVIII
26
XXI
27
XXII
28
XXIII
32
XXIV
33
XXVIII
34
XXIX
37
XXX
38
XXXI
39
XXXIV
40
XXXV
41
XXXVII
42
XXXIX
43
XL
46
XLI
47
XLII
48
XLIII
59
XLIV
60
XLVI
61
XLVII
62
XLVIII
63
XLIX
64
L
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LI
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LIII
67
LIV
68
LXVI
85
LXVII
88
LXVIII
90
LXIX
91
LXX
95
LXXI
96
LXXII
100
LXXIII
101
LXXIV
106
LXXVI
107
LXXVII
108
LXXIX
109
LXXX
110
LXXXI
111
LXXXII
112
LXXXIII
114
LXXXIV
115
LXXXV
116
LXXXVI
120
LXXXVIII
122
XC
123
XCII
124
XCIV
125
XCV
131
XCVI
133
XCVII
135
XCVIII
136
XCIX
154
C
156
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Page 1 - In the tragedy nothing is staged or displayed theatrically, but the battle of the new gods against the old is being fought.
Page 2 - ... theatrically, but the battle of the new gods against the old is being fought. The linguistic work, originating in the speech of the people, does not refer to this battle; it transforms the people's saying so that now every living word fights the battle and puts up for decision what is holy and what unholy, what great and what small, what brave and what cowardly, what lofty and what flighty, what master and what slave (cf.

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