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Pity the Bathtub Its Forced Embrace of the Human Form

Hing marvelous and unforeseen alters the course of a single day a year or an entire lif. Longer ladylike poems from Matthea Still playful She uses words like hinges from one line to the next and still keeps the poems steady Very very pretty stuff See One Filament Against the Firmament

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Scape philosophic story and dramatic monologue these poems describe a moment when somet. Picked this up because David Foster Wallace had it on his syllabus And because of his recommendation this part made me sadThe bath has a place in our lives and our place isWithin it we have control of how much hot how much coldWhat to pour in how long we want to stay when toReturn is inevitable because we need somethingTo define ourselves against even if we know thatWhenever we want we can pull the plug and get outWhich is not the case with our own tighter confinementInside the body oh pity the bathtub but pity us tooGreat titles of these poems But I often liked the titles better than the actual poems

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Comic elegaic and always formally intricate using political allegory and painterly land. these are really beautiful poems they are playful and image heavy and inventive very pleasing to a girl whose strengthsinterests are not in poetry but would like to be convinced

  • Paperback
  • 80
  • Pity the Bathtub Its Forced Embrace of the Human Form
  • Matthea Harvey
  • English
  • 14 December 2019
  • 9781882295265

About the Author: Matthea Harvey

Matthea Harvey is the author of three books of poetry Modern Life Sad Little Breathing Machine and Pity the Bathtub Its Forced Embrace of the Human Form and one children's book The Little General and the Giant Snowflake She teaches at Sarah Lawrence and lives in Brooklyn



10 thoughts on “Pity the Bathtub Its Forced Embrace of the Human Form

  1. says:

    these are really beautiful poems they are playful and image heavy and inventive very pleasing to a girl whose stre

  2. says:

    I came to Pity after having read Sad Little Breathing Machine so my thoughts on the collection are a bit in reverse Dean Young's string of simil

  3. says:

    I couldn't finish it I'm sorry The author enjoyed playing with the line breaks like soAt their hems that seem to map out coastlines left farBehi

  4. says:

    Matthea Harvey isn't the blushing poet shyly sliding handwritten poems in pure handwritten manuscript across the table at you And we should all be glad about that Her blocky forms and shuddering rhythms Liked it because hi

  5. says:

    Because I'm futzing with my own sectioned book I'm particularly attuned to how contemporary poets use the unit of

  6. says:

    Picked this up because David Foster Wallace had it on his syllabus And because of his recommendation this part made me sadThe bath has a place in our lives and our place isWithin it we have control of how much hot how much coldWhat to pour in how long we want to stay when toReturn is inevitable because we need somethingTo define ourselves against even if we know thatWhenever we want we can pull the plug and get outWhic

  7. says:

    Longer ladylike poems from Matthea Still playful She uses words like hinges from one line to the next and still keeps the poems steady Very very pretty stuff See One Filament Against the Firmament

  8. says:

    The title reminds me of how writers named them clunky yet beautiful olden SF novels Flow My Tears The Policeman Said; I Have No Mouth And I Must Scream; There Beneath the Silky Trees and Whelmed in Deeper Gulphs Than Me et

  9. says:

    i have been wanting to read this b0ook foreverthe title has haunted me for years now

  10. says:

    Where ekphrasis is a happy excuse for the long plight of the non seuitur imaginings Lyrical long lined pushing pushing a progression not seen often in poetry but rather fiction It's a reminder for poets to ask themselves Am I reining in the natural lyrical lengthy progression of my Muse's hand? Here's an example of being clearly imaginative and trusting the strange hand that guides you onward regardless of the constraints of the

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