1 edition of We mammals in hospitable times found in the catalog.
We mammals in hospitable times
Jynne Dilling Martin
Written in English
|Statement||Jynne Dilling Martin|
|Series||Carnegie-Mellon poetry series, Carnegie Mellon poetry|
|LC Classifications||PS3613.A7819 A6 2015|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||52|
|LC Control Number||2014943695|
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We Mammals in Hospitable Times rushes headlong into an awfully dangerous planet: a spinning rock in outer space called Earth, where the smallest zoo animals are forgotten in fires, cats flee vacuums, lovers betray and abandon one another, basements flood as the globe warms, and an adopted parrot shrieks unfamiliar names.5/5(6).
We Mammals in Hospitable Times rushes headlong into an awfully dangerous planet: a spinning rock in outer space called Earth, where the smallest zoo animals are forgotten in fires, cats flee vacuums, lovers betray and abandon one another, basements flood as the globe warms, and an adopted parrot shrieks unfamiliar names/5.
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Martin's first book of poetry, We Mammals in Hospitable Times, has won praise from poets such as Tony Hoagland, Dean Young, and Matthea Harvey, who says these poems "should be read by every human on the planet, read out loud to the penguins, and launched into outer space on the next Voyager spacecraft."Author: Jynne Dilling Martin.
We Mammals in Hospitable Times rushes headlong into an awfully dangerous planet: a spinning rock in outer space called Earth, where the smallest zoo animals are forgotten in fires, cats flee vacuums, lovers betray and abandon one another, basements flood as the globe warms, and an adopted parrot shrieks unfamiliar names.
Martin's debut poetry collection We Mammals in Hospitable Times touches on topics as wide-ranging as polar bears and a 16th-century love letter, and yet returns to small moments, infused with truths that resonate with just about everyone.
"Sometimes seeds lodge deep in clothing," she writes, "and years later sprout out of gravesites and dresser drawers.". We Mammals in Hospitable Times. We Mammals in Hospitable Times Afraid. Best Haircut for Your Face - Styles by Hair Type. Fashion Tips To Look Younger - Style Mistakes That Age You.
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We Mammals in Hospitable Times rushes headlong into an awfully dangerous planet: a spinning rock in outer space called Earth, where the smallest zoo animals are forgotten in fires, cats flee vacuums, lovers betray and abandon one another, basements flood as the globe warms, and an adopted parrot shrieks unfamiliar names.4/5(1).
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About We Mammals in Hospitable Times: "Jynne Dilling Martin's imagination is omniscient and kaleidoscopic. Like Marianne Moore and Wislawa Szymborska, poets with whom she shares a certain cosmic poetical temperament, she dazzles us with catalogues of marvelously specific terrestrial wonders, endlessly thinking them into collisions and parallelism.
Praise for the previous edition: "Carnivores, sea mammals, primates, large herbivores, small herbivores, insect eaters, and marsupials are the stars in this visually stunning work Any collection supporting a science curriculum would find this set invaluable well worth the expense.
Highly Recommended." The Book Report, starred review"After a major revision of both text and graphics, this. Handbook of the Mammals of the World (HMW) is a book series from the publisher Lynx nine volumes were published from to Each mammal family is assessed in a full text introduction with photographs and each species has a text account with a distribution map and illustrations on a plate.Mammals are the dominant large animals of today, occurring in virtually every environment.
This book is an account of the remarkable fossil records that document their origin since the extinction of the dinosaurs. Tracing their evolution over the last 35 million years.
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