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DOWNLOAD ¸ One with Others: [a little book of her days] º Wright belongs to a school of exactly one The New York Times Book Review Wright has found a way to wed fragments of an iconic America to a luminously strange idiom, eerie as a tin whistle The New YorkerInvestigative journalism is the poet s realm when CD Wright returns to her native Arkansas and examines an explosive incident from the Civil Rights movement Wright interweaves oral histories, hymns, lists, newspaper accounts, and personal memories especially those of her incandescent mentor, Mrs Vititow with the voices of witnesses, neighbors, police, activists, and black students who were rounded up and detained in an empty public swimming pool This history leaps howling off the page I can walk down the highway unarmedScott Bond, born a slave, becamea millionaire Wouldn t you like to run wildRun free The Very Reverend Al Greenhailed from here Sonny Liston a few miles west,Sand Slough Head hardenedon hickory sticksThe cool water is for white the sun heated for blackThis chair is not for you N word it is for the white buttockThis textbook is nearly new is not for you N word This plot of ground does not hold black bonesToday the sermon once again Segregation After Death CD Wright has published a dozen books of poetry and prose, including the recent volumes One Big Self An Investigation and Rising, Falling, Hovering, which received the Griffin Poetry Award A MacArthur Fellow, Wright teaches at Brown University and lives outside Providence, Rhode Island The Urban Pagan eerie as a tin whistle The New YorkerInvestigative journalism is the poet s realm when CD Wright returns to her native Arkansas and examines an explosive incident from the Civil Rights movement Wright interweaves oral histories İlkel Topluluktan Uygar Topluma hymns Invasion (Solar, lists Witness to Our Time newspaper accounts Villainess Love and personal memories especially those of her incandescent mentor The Significance of the Father in the Destiny of the Individual Mrs Vititow with the voices of witnesses Saint-Etienne en 100 dates neighbors Haydn Symphonies (BBC Music Guides) police Void Where Prohibited: Rest Breaks and the Right to Urinate on Company Time activists Dare She Date Again? and black students who were rounded up and detained in an empty public swimming pool This history leaps howling off the page I can walk down the highway unarmedScott Bond Textiles And Weavers In Medieval South India born a slave House of Illusion becamea millionaire Wouldn t you like to run wildRun free The Very Reverend Al Greenhailed from here Sonny Liston a few miles west,Sand Slough Head hardenedon hickory sticksThe cool water is for white the sun heated for blackThis chair is not for you N word it is for the white buttockThis textbook is nearly new is not for you N word This plot of ground does not hold black bonesToday the sermon once again Segregation After Death CD Wright has published a dozen books of poetry and prose Warriors in Winter including the recent volumes One Big Self An Investigation and Rising Under My Skin Falling Glazes Cone 6: 1240 C / 2264 F Hovering Take the Fight Out of Food: How to Prevent and Solve Your Child's Eating Problems which received the Griffin Poetry Award A MacArthur Fellow Take the Fight Out of Food Wright teaches at Brown University and lives outside Providence Beyond Enkription (The Burlington Files Rhode Island I wonder what C.D Wright smells like. Second read so much better I got a lot of the larger motifs missed on my initial pass Pitch perfect always, CDW Documentary poetics done well. I am a slow reader, especially with poetry, but I tore through this in one long sitting The poetry at first seems distant from the intensity of Wright s early and middle books Of course, the project reflects a larger aim, to capture the life of a personal hero of historical and social importance The first level of brilliance in this book arrives with the blend of an objective documentary approach interspersed with collages of repeating found lines The second level of brilliance arrives towar I am a slow reader, especially with poetry, but I tore through this in one long sitting The poetry at first seems distant from the intensity of Wright s early and middle books Of course, the project reflects a larger aim, to capture the life of a personal hero of historical and social importance The first level of brilliance in this book arrives with the blend of an objective documentary approach interspersed with collages of repeating found lines The second level of brilliance arrives toward the end, when the momentum builds into a pure lyric grounded by all the literal groundwork that sets up the book Wright honors her mentor through a poem that presents Wright s vision of her without distorting the woman by recasting her in a straight narrative or a contrived thematic lyric You get a straight shot of poetry without pretenses written in a unique and masterful style Stunning Echoes the ghosts of history Unfortunately, still relevant, as long as we refuse the dignity of darker brothers, as long as hate attempts to reassert itself Particularly moving for me since much of my formative years were spent in Wright s hometown, and though younger than she, I know all too well the false supremacy and mindless fear she exposes Gone from us too soon, Wright is a prophet.