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"Kismet" and "How Like a Virus Entering a Cell" are reprinted with the permission of Diane Ackerman. The poems appear in her book Jaguar of Sweet Laughter: New & Selected Poems, published by Random House in 1991. The excerpt from the poem "Beowulf," as translated by Michael Alexander, is reprinted with permission from Penguin Books Ltd. Alexander's translation was originally published by Penguin Classics in 1973. "Satan" by Terry Anderson is reprinted with his permission, copyright 1992. "At Burt Lake" and "Ars Poetica" are reprinted with permission from Tom Andrews and the University of Iowa Press. The poems appear in his book The Hemophiliac's Motorcycle, published by the University of Iowa Press in 1993. "Eloquent Lingo" by Nuala Archer is reprinted by permission of the author and appears in her book The Hour of Pan/ama, published by Salmon Publishing, Galway, Ireland, in 1992. "Driving Past the Nuclear Plant," "Patriotics" and "Sentimental: An Epithalamium" are reprinted with permission from David Baker. They appear in his book Sweet Home, Saturday Night, published by the University of Arkansas Press in 1991. "Driving Past the Nuclear Plant" originally appeared in The Journal, and "Patriotics" originally appeared in Shenandoah. "The Palace Cafe" and "For Roland, Presumed Taken" are reprinted with permission from Jim Barnes. "The Palace Cafe" appears in his book La Plata Cantata, published by Purdue University Press in 1989, and "For Roland, Presumed Taken" appears in The Sawdust War, published by the University of Illinois Press in 1992. "Prayer" and "God Explains Earth to His Angels" are reprinted with the permission of Kevin Bezner. "God Explains Earth to His Angels" first appeared in Calapooya Collage and appears in About Water, published by Dry Crik Press in 1993. "Prayer" originally appeared in Ant Farm. "Since Columbus" and "On the Edge" by Charlene Blue Horse are reprinted by permission of the author. "A Boom, A Billow" is reprinted with permission of Lady Borton. The poem appears in Visions of War, Dreams of Peace, published by Warner Books in 1991. "Playing Basketball With the Viet Cong" is reprinted with the permission of Kevin Bowen. The poem originally appeared in Poet Lore in fall 1991. "One for the Road" and "Tenth-Year Elegy" are reprinted with permission from Neal Bowers. "Tenth-Year Elegy" originally appeared in Poetry, and "One for the Road" originally appeared in Emrys Journal. "Margo" by Raymond Carver is reprinted with permission from Atlantic Monthly Press and the estate of Raymond Carver. The poem appears in the book A New Path to the Waterfall, published by Atlantic Monthly Press in 1989. "The Homunculus" is reprinted with the permission of Fred Chappell. The poem originally appeared in the book Castle Tzingal, published by Louisiana State University Press in 1984. "Sister Mary Appassionata Lectures the Theology class on the Life and Death of St. Teresa" and "Sister Mary Appassionata Lectures the Eighth Grade Boys and Girls: Every Day Another Snake" are reprinted with the permission of David Citino. The poems were published in The Appassionata Doctrines, Cleveland State University Poetry Center, 1986. "I Am" by John Clare is reprinted with the permission of Eric Robinson and Curtis Brown Ltd., London. "What We Did, What You Will Know" and "Redundancies" are reprinted with the permission of Stephen Corey. "What We Did, What You Will Know" appears in Synchronized Swimming, published in 1985 by Swallow's Tale Press and reprinted in 1993 by Livingston University Press. "Redundancies" appears in All These Lands You Call One Country, published in 1992 by the University of Missouri Press. "Like an Ideal Tenant," "All the Leaves Say Yes" and "The Drowning" are reprinted with the permission of Ruth Daigon. "Of Sitting Bear" is reprinted with the permission of Wayne Dodd. The poem appears in The General Mule Poems, published by Juniper Press in 1981. "The Crash" and "Larry Corners the Psychiatrist" are reprinted with the permission of Frederick Feirstein. "The Crash" appears in his book Manhattan Carnival, published by The Countryman Press in 1981, and "Larry Corners the Psychiatrist" appears in City Life, published by Story Line in 1991. "Selective Service" is reprinted with the permission of Carolyn Forche and HarperCollins Publishers. The poem appears in The Country Between Us, published in 1981 by Harper and Row. "My Son Asks About His Surgery" is reprinted with the permission of Karen Joy Fowler. "Inside the Light, the Figure That Holds Us" is reprinted with the permission of Lucia Cordell Getsi. The poem originally appeared in The Southern Review in Spring 1992. Excerpts from the poems "Howl" and "America" are reprinted with the permission of Allen Ginsberg and HarperCollins Publishers. The poems appear in Collected Poems 1947-1980, published in 1984 by Harper and Row. Notebook excerpts, "The Silence of the Poets," "Daily

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  • brigida
    What is the literary element for the harp by bruce weigl?
    7 years ago

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