Mashpee poems

by Gail Mazur

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Written in English
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Other titlesHudson review.
StatementGail Mazur
The Physical Object
Paginationp. [141]-146
Number of Pages146
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Open LibraryOL27501575M

  Her book of poetry, Dream of the Antique Dealer’s Daughter was published in Dec. from Word Poetry and a chapbook of poems, Steeple Street Poets. She lives in Mashpee with her family. On this day in , Massachusetts poet Anne Sexton had her first collection of poems published, To Bedlam and Part Way Back. Just before the manuscript was to go to press, she made major changes in Her Kind, a poem that had been rejected by literary journals, and included it in the book. From then on, she began all . First printing of this edition, no date but circa , bound in decor ated brown suede leather, top edges gilt. 5 1/4" x 7 1/2". The front c over is decorated with a green, pink & brown floral design. A VG+ copy. There are some tiny tears to the soft spine tips and corners. There is a 3 1/4" x 2" book plate on the front flyleaf. Others presented poems in Spanish, Vietnamese, and American Sign Language. The event helped launch the Favorite Poem Project, the brainchild of Boston-based poet Robert Pinsky, the 39 th Poet Laureate of the United States. Over the next year, 18, Americans responded to Pinsky's call to share their favorite poems.

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Son of Mashpee is a nostalgic book that presents Mashpee as it once was and is today. Part biography, part history, Son of Mashpee is a portrait of Chief Flying Eagle, Earl Mills Sr., and his family, with a strong emphasis on the heritage and legacy of the Wampanoags, Native Americans of Massachusetts.

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Thoreau was a pool hustler there, working all of the pool hall tables on the lower east side. This book includes classic Author: Jim Asher. Son of Mashpee Reflections of Chief Flying Eagle, a Wampanoag by Earl Mills Sr. and Alicja Mann.

Wampanoag Chief Earl Mills Sr. of Mashpee and author Alicja Mann of North Falmouth have collaborated on this book which presents Mashpee. Zeppo’s First Wife, which includes excerpts from Mazur’s four previous books, as well as twenty-two new poems, is epitomized by the worldly longing of the title poem, with its searching poignancy and comic bravura.

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