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Hot Afternoons Have Been in Montana

Hot Afternoons Have Been in Montana
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Description: Hot Afternoons Have Been in Montana: Poems is a book of poems written by Eli Siegel, founder of the philosophy of Aesthetic Realism. [1] It was one of 13 finalists in the poetry category of the National Book Award in 1958, the year its author was nominated for the Pulitzer Prize for Poetry.[2] The title poem first received national attention in 1925, when it won The Nation's esteemed annual poetry prize.[3] The magazine's editors described it as "the most passionate and interesting poem which came in—a poem recording through magnificent rhythms a profound and important and beautiful vision of the earth on which afternoo ... (more)
Manufacturer: Definition Press
Release date: 2 March 1958
ISBN-10 : B001PE7R1K |
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" Must I Wait All My Life; or, The Misery Song "Must I wait all my life for a certain thing to happen? Must I spend all my days just in dozin', just in nappin'? Isn't there to be a fire? Won't some color come? Am I blind? have I no luck? am I just plain dumb? Must I wait all my life for a certain person's comin'? Will I die, my life gone, and still a love tune hummin'? Is my life to be empty? Won't some real love come in it? Is my life just to be one grey minute after minute? God, I cou"


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