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Early grrrl : the early poems of Marge Piercy.

Title
Early grrrl : the early poems of Marge Piercy.
Author
Piercy, Marge.
Publication
Wellfleet, Mass. : Leapfrog Press, [1999], ©1999.

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Description
xi, 157 pages; 21 cm
Subjects
Contents
  • The meaningful exchange -- Five thousand miles -- The summer invasion, and the fall -- Nothing you can have -- Archipelago -- The first salad of March -- Exodus -- Ask me for anything else -- What is permitted -- Short season -- Ghosts -- The new novel -- Women of letters -- The token woman -- The clearest joy -- Make me feel it -- Sage and rue -- River road, High Toss -- Paradise Hollow -- Kneeling here, I feel good -- Sixteen in '53 -- The big one -- There is no known way to tickle a clam -- Two higher mammals -- Beautiful weeper -- The legacy -- A short dark turning -- For a Brazilian 'Bandit' -- The box -- January thaw -- Phases of the sun -- Lies -- For Inez Garcia -- Easy -- Joy as a point -- The fisherman -- Your eyes are hard, and other surprises -- I still feel you -- Missing person -- Song of the nudge -- This is a poem for you -- Reopening -- Rain falls on loannina -- To grow on -- A kid on her way -- How you stare -- Dismissal -- Lapsed --
  • Lipsky on Ninth Avenue -- The miracle -- Clinic hallway -- Sunday evening -- The simplification -- August -- August, submerging -- Night of the bear and polar light -- Exactly how I pursue you -- Running toward R -- Nocturne -- Face in the mirror -- Committee hearings, 1952 -- Lil's monody -- Black solstice -- October -- Storm outside, storm inside -- The ceremony -- Don plays Mozart -- Smoke in the wind -- Woman with suitcase -- Grand tour 1957 -- The well-preserved man -- Nightcrawler -- Red brick monument -- Dream of order at the carnival -- How easy is forgetfulness -- Eye contact -- On technique -- For a radical poet -- The music wars -- Between the end and the acceptance of the end -- The air like stained glass cuts me -- Wise dreaming -- Man hung on himself -- I vow to sleep through it -- Midsummer night's stroll -- Turn about -- I have offended -- The long drought -- The correct method of worshipping cats -- The name of that country is lonesome --
  • Thou shalt not complain about anything I might have to fix -- Always unsuitable.
ISBN
0965457869
LCCN
98025157
OCLC
ocm39195419
Owning Institutions
Columbia University Libraries