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Letters and Found Poems of Edisa and Chloe
Letters and Found Poems of Edisa and Chloe
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David Appelbaum - Author
Codhill Press
N/A
Paperback - 90 pages
Release Date: October 2012
ISBN10: 1-930337-70-1
ISBN13: 978-1-930337-70-1

Out of Print

Summary

The story of two women and their quotidian existence in rural New York.

Conceived first as a correspondence between two women, Letters and Found Poems expresses the mystery of their intimacy in their quotidian existence in rural New York. The complexity of Chloe’s affairs creates a damaging separation that brings a tragic turn of events. A collection of poems each had written to the other serves as a supplement to the story.

“In depth of inquiry, austerity in intellectual reach, purity of language, this inquiry into two lives is poetry after my own heart.” — Djelloul Marbrook, Chronogram

Purveyor of local geography and lover of mountain hikes, David Appelbaum holds a degree in philosophy. He is past editor of Parabola magazine and, currently, publisher of Codhill Press.

Distributed for Codhill Press


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Table of Contents

The Letters

The Found Poems

Chloe

Anniversary
Helena
Ermine
By Apollo’s Torso

1. Astrix
2. If beauty is a test
3. In assent
4. Hastings
5. Sequence
6. Constantine
7. At Pecos
8. Floaters
9. Plat before the storm
10. Phaedo

In Service Boxing Day
Indiscreet
By virtue of deft
Tapas
Dia
Cultivation
Wakefield

Edisa
Agincourt
Anabasis
Scant wind
Hawking
Prague spring
The incredible lightness of being
Awaken
Beguiled
Profit
Ramps
Passage
Sierra
Triumph
ethanol
Sympathique
The master
Indisputandum est
Path of tyranny
Saint Francis
After wood
Jouissance
Out take
Barthe’s mule


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