LIA PURPURA AUTOPSY REPORT PDF

To whom are we beautiful as we go? But when the bodies were opened up -- how can I say this? The opening was familiar. As if I'd known before, this. Like a dialect spoken only in childhood, for a short time with old-world relatives, and heard again many years later, the gist of it all was sensible.

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Please enable JavaScript on your browser to best view this site. Anyone with a burrow crawls in, wraps their tail around their eyes. Some black ice spun me around, and I slid off the road, stopped in the median, my tread marks looping back through the new snow like a confused shadow. Spring is coming, and with it a new book by the poet and essayist Lia Purpura, All the Fierce Tethers.

Some are a lot like the heat of another warm body in a small space, some like skidding through snow-covered mud at seventy miles an hour. Their ears sludge-filled. Their legs mud-smeared.

A pall hanging […] Was I awaiting some sign of passage […] the solemnity of procession? All the Fierce Tethers is often concerned with point of view.

Its decomposing marks time. This vantage point affords her thrilling nimbleness of thought, and she flits from one idea to the next:. As the past often does. Danger does, too: skulking, milling, suspicious dots a police helicopter doubles back on. Bigger dot close to smaller? Copter flying lower to check: Big dot throttling smaller dot?

Dots in train yards, busting out windows? Single dot running with…what? Dot hauling sacks of dot belongings—across tracks, across fields, to dot camp under highway?

This mental agility demonstrates itself, also, in the variety of subject matter this book brings into cohesion. But it would not come forth as a specimen. Savor that for a moment. The two of you sit here in mutual confrontation […] the uniqueness, the placiness , of place derives not from abstractions like location , but from confrontations like man-onion. David Grandouiller writes essays, poetry, songs, and plays, and lives in Columbus, Ohio. Search for:.

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Please enable JavaScript on your browser to best view this site. Anyone with a burrow crawls in, wraps their tail around their eyes. Some black ice spun me around, and I slid off the road, stopped in the median, my tread marks looping back through the new snow like a confused shadow. Spring is coming, and with it a new book by the poet and essayist Lia Purpura, All the Fierce Tethers. Some are a lot like the heat of another warm body in a small space, some like skidding through snow-covered mud at seventy miles an hour. Their ears sludge-filled.

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In , Robert Atwan, series editor of "Best American Essays," made this provocative pronouncement: "Never before — except perhaps in the days of Emerson and Thoreau — have so many fine writers begun to explore the essay's literary possibilities. Annie Dillard. William H. Stephen Jay Gould. Gore Vidal. Gerald Early. Cynthia Ozick.

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