Adult Nonfiction PS3607.I266 P65 2005
Summary: A poet descended from the New York School, Dobby Gibson's award-winning debut is witty and expansive, driven by precise, interconnected abstractions. Gibson writes about desire in American life, observing, "Amid the middleness, / there's the feeling / that anything can be seen / and nothing reached," seeking his truths in misunderstandings and the relentless Midwestern winter.
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