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No other Rome / Heather Green.
Green, Heather (Heather C.), 1970-
Akron, Ohio : University of Akron Press, 2021.
57 pages ; 23 cm.
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Akron series in poetry
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No Other Rome is a poetry collection sparked by a multifarious intertextuality. Love poems, elegies, and meditations draw on Classical, Modern, and contemporary literature, art, architecture and music, to reckon with the rapid move from twentieth-century concerns into an unpredictable present.
Includes bibliographical references.
If Anything Is Everlasting It Can Only Be One Thing
Aristotle Is a Skeleton
"I Can See through Walls"
How the Little Bear Reflected Light
I Typed Your Poem with My Own Hands Today
The Angel Is an Amalgam
Small Machines with Sapphic Fragment
A Series of Holes Connected by String
"I Will See the Future"
The Monocle Is a Circle the Eye Is a Circle
Let Us Try for Once Not to Be Right
The Problem with Samy Rosenstock
Valentine's Day at the SF MOMA, Again
The Transitive Properties of Snow
Feathers, Quiet, Light
I Make the Living Water Wet
The Half-God Appears
I Was Reading up on My Hellenic Math
Rome, with Child
O, to Live in the Necropolis
Fable for a Genome
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