Articulating the search for a cohesive American identity, Matthew Cooperman's poetry attends to the slippery question of place: its history in personal and cultural memory and its tenuous constitution as family, nature, love, and community. Cooperman uses the metaphor of travel to invoke the necessary motion and distance required to look back at one's past.
Publisher: Kent State University Press
Number of pages: 50
Weight: 82 g
Dimensions: 220 x 140 x 5 mm
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