[PDF] Motherland Fatherland Homelandsexuals ☆ Patricia Lockwood


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  1. says:

    Here's what I suggest Look this book of poetry over then read Adam Plunkett's May 29th review Patricia Lockwood's Crowd Pleasing Poetry at wwwnewyorkercom then read the comments below that then read Mallory Ortburg's How Not to Review Women's Writing at then read Joanna Russ's 1968 How to Suppress Women's Writing then refe

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    Who is not an atheist about Emily Dickinson's body which istotally unbelievable Reading this poetry collection on an October morning in an anonymous café I have a feeling of past present and future meeting for a brief moment It is all there the classical erudition woven into the strange postmodernist reality we have created for ourselves and an outlook on even stranger time in space encounters in a bleak or sunny future

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    Walt Whitman is the Number Two Beach Body every year because look at the way he snapped back into shape only months after giving birth to American PoetryOkay maybe this uote doesn't particularly represent Patricia Lockwood's poetry or does it?—I just thought it was funny and to be completely fair it's pretty much impossible to pul

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    I had no experience with Patricia Lockwood's poems until now Poems are what these are called; I assure you I did not make this up Yet they feel like short stories There are 31 poems in this collection The paperback is only 66 pages long The cover looks like a bad dream one can't wait to wake from Starting out strong At l

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    I really should have liked this I just didn'tLiked is the wrong word these poems should have captured me bewildered me in all the right ways dazed me with clever wordplay and broken my heart in all the heartbreaking rawness of it all

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                                 The hornet begins to flytoward the cheerleaders Make methe point of your pyramid he breathesAnd they take him up in the air with themand mix and match his parts with theirsand all come down with one gold stripeand come down sharp and stunnedand lie on the ground a minute all think ing am I dead yet where am I did we win I'll readily admit that a lot of this went over my head

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    the father and mother of American poetry are back from the dead for just one day They are standing up out of their graves turning to each other exchanging their tit picsNot sure if I'm correct in doing this but I laughed a lot at this poetry some of it is soooooooooo rude I had to leave the room to giggle otherwise I would have to explain my laughter to my kids Bambi doing porn and a poem showing just how dir

  8. says:

    Since the poem Rape Joke went viral and was read by an estimated 100000 people rightfully so this book felt somewhat like

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    Not my cup of tea I prefer vodka

  10. says:

    I had really high expectations for this book of poetry it was going to be clever and shocking I was really disappointed t

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FREE READ ✓ E-book, or Kindle E-pub · Patricia Lockwood

Motherland Fatherland Homelandsexuals

Da What happens when Niagara Falls gets drunk at a wedding Is it legal to marry a stuffed owl exhibit What would Walt Whitman’s tit pics look like Why isn’t anyone named Gary any Did the Hatfield and McCoy babies ever fall in love The steep tilt of Lockwood’s li. I really should have liked this I just didn tLiked is the wrong word these poems should have captured me bewildered me in all the right ways dazed me with clever wordplay and broken my heart in all the heartbreaking rawness of it allThey didn tInstead and this is awful I kept imagining this Which is when Gayle read her poems on Bob s Burgers and it made a mockery of bad poetry readingsAnd this Motherland Fatherland Homelandsexuals isn t even bad poetry exactly it just wasn t great I didn t think Moments were and then the moments were lost again and I could not focus on the words Just really not for me Icebergs pics look like Why isn’t anyone named Gary any Did the Hatfield and McCoy babies ever fall in love The steep tilt of Lockwood’s li. I really should have liked this I just didn tLiked is the wrong word these The Line poems should have captured me bewildered me in all the right ways dazed me with clever wordplay and broken my heart in all the heartbreaking rawness of it allThey didn tInstead and this is awful I kept imagining this Which is when Gayle read her Your Naughty Playmate 3 - Cuckolding Fantasy poems on Bob s Burgers and it made a mockery of bad Haute Chinese Cuisine from the Kitchen of Wakiya poetry readingsAnd this Motherland Fatherland Homelandsexuals isn t even bad Twisted poetry exactly it just wasn t great I didn t think Moments were and then the moments were lost again and I could not focus on the words Just really not for me

SUMMARY Motherland Fatherland Homelandsexuals

A breathtaking new collection from one of today’s boldest and most adventurous poetsCollouial and incantatory the poems in Patricia Lockwood’s second collection address the most urgent uestions of our time like what if a deer did porn Is America going down on Cana. Here s what I suggest Look this book of poetry over then read Adam Plunkett s May 29th review Patricia Lockwood s Crowd Pleasing Poetry at wwwnewyorkercom then read the comments below that then read Mallory Ortburg s How Not to Review Women s Writing at then read Joanna Russ s 1968 How to Suppress Women s Writing then refer to Yesallwomen then read some Angela Carter and Gertrude Stein and some short stories by Borges and some poetry by GM Hopkins then go back to the book read it again then come and we ll hang outWe ll walk south along the Potomac towards Hains Point and look at the dying fish and the crazy Canada geese who don t know where they are supposed to be and we ll drink Gin and Tonics and talk We ll talk darling Oh yes there will be plenty to talk about This book makes me so happy I finished it Stewed a bit Talked about it Went back to it Got

FREE READ ✓ E-book, or Kindle E-pub · Patricia Lockwood

Nes sends the reader snowballing downhill accumulating pieces of the scenery with every turn The poems’ subject is the natural world but their images would never occur in nature This book is serious and funny at the same time like a big grave with a clown lying in i. Not my cup of tea I prefer vodka

  • Paperback
  • 80
  • Motherland Fatherland Homelandsexuals
  • Patricia Lockwood
  • English
  • 01 March 2019
  • 9780143126522