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The Cabinetmaker's Window : Poems / Steve Scafidi.

Title
The Cabinetmaker's Window : Poems / Steve Scafidi.
Author
Scafidi, Steve.
Publication
Baton Rouge : Louisiana State University Press, 2014.

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Details

Description
71 pages; 23 cm.
Series Statement
Southern Messenger Poets
Uniform Title
  • Poems. Selections
  • Project Muse UPCC books
Alternative Title
Poems.
Subject
Genre/Form
Poetry
Note
  • "LSU Press Paperback Original"--T.p. verso.
Bibliography (note)
  • Includes bibliographical references.
Processing Action (note)
  • committed to retain
Contents
Sometimes There Is a Shit Smell Everywhere -- The West Virginia Copper-Wing -- This Page -- Song for the Holy Ghost -- Two Cabinetmakers -- Looking for the Maker's Name -- At Wartime -- Questions I Asked Death, Questions Death Asked Me -- The Rocking Chair Bookcase -- Triumph of the Jabberwock -- Phone Call from the Pleistocene -- If Faulkner Is Wrong and We Don't Endure or Prevail -- Pig Fucker's Wife -- Song for the Tribe -- The Chisel -- Thank-You Wishes for the Wilderness -- Death of a Unicorn -- The Cabinetmaker's Window -- Like OMG, I Can Die Now ♥ Pammy -- Ars Aureus -- Lines for the Atrium of a High School -- After Ammianus of the 2nd Century A.D. -- Song for the Carry-On -- Driving Around -- The Little Girl from Outer Space -- On the Back of an Envelope -- The Denunciation of Ricky Skaggs from On High -- Days We Can't Play Black Sabbath -- Ode with a Dolphin at the End -- On the Birth of a Friend's Child -- Under the Collard Greens and the Poppies -- To a Cloud over Troy -- Dreaming Made the Hula Hoop -- You Should, Said Socrates, Sing a Charm over Him Every Day Until You Have Charmed Away His Fears -- Music for the Word Perhaps -- The Hillbilly Break-Dance and the Talking Crow -- Whiskey for Sorrow and a Song of Disgrace -- The Laborer -- What Sings in the Garden Shines in the Sun -- The Way the Days Pass One after Another -- Thank You Lord for the Dark Ablaze- -- How the Things We Work On, Work On Us -- On the Rebel Flag over my Neighbor's House -- To the Cabinetmakers -- Song for Sunday Morning -- Poem Ending with a Line from Auden -- The Taste of It -- In the Parking Lot of the Barbershop.
ISBN
  • 9780807154496 (paperback : alk. paper)
  • 0807154490 (paperback : alk. paper)
  • 9780807154502 (pdf) (canceled/invalid)
  • 9780807154519 (epub) (canceled/invalid)
  • 9780807154526 (mobi) (canceled/invalid)
LCCN
^^2013018876
OCLC
844789904
Owning Institutions
Harvard Library