Very Good Condition. All the books pages appear to be clean. Minor shelf and corner wear. Binding is still in good condition. Light water damage to the last couple of pages. 120 pp. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Poetry; Education. ISBN: 1931243603. ISBN/EAN: 9781931243605. Inventory No: 1561008406.
Book Design By Per Bregne; Book Typography By Kim Silva. Fine. 16mo-over 5"-5¾" Tall. First printing of Green Integer #110. 160pp. Glossy pictorial card covers. As new condition. No remainder markings. " In 'Temporary Worker Rides a Subway', Mark Wallace presents two long poem sequences that explore and question contemporary language surround money and work. Using a widely varied set of poetic forms, Wallace creates a poetry of comic outrange to highlight the inconsistencies and absurdities in contemporary notions about the degree to which money and work provide reasonable measures of the value of people's lives. This book, the winner of the 2002 Gertrude Stein Poetry Award, reveals Wallace's interest in showing poetry as a way of responding to the kinds of language that attempt to turn human beings into productive resources at the cost of their self-respect and autonomy. Among his numerous other books are Complications Standing in a Circle, Every Day Is Most of My Time, The Lawless Man, Sonnets of a Penny a Liner, The Big Lie, and Haze." Edited by Per Bregne, Green Integer publishes a wide variety of works by leading artists, critics and historians. Some titles are new works by contemporary artists, others are important but overlooked works by some of history's greatest writers, and yet others, by great writers both living and long ago passed, represent significant international works which have never before been published in English. The smaller format of most of the books (6" x 4.25") make these important works highly portable for those who don't want to sacrifice their love of literature and learning for lack of a structured space and time for reading. Works published to date include critical essays, interviews, poems, plays, fragments of suppressed writings, radio dialogs, journals, philosophical essays, short fiction, speeches and novels. Green Integer is in many ways to avant-garde writing the New Directions of the 21st Century.
As New. All the books pages appear to be clean, white, and crisp. Light shelf and corner wear. Binding is still in good condition. 120 pp. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Poetry; Education. ISBN: 1931243603. ISBN/EAN: 9781931243605. Inventory No: 1561008405.
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