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Yellow Light: Poems (Wesleyan Poetry Program)

Garrett Kaoru Hongo

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ISBN 10: 0819521043 / ISBN 13: 9780819521040
Published by Wesleyan, 1982
Condition: Good Hardcover
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Title: Yellow Light: Poems (Wesleyan Poetry Program...

Publisher: Wesleyan

Publication Date: 1982

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Good

Edition: 1st.

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A beautiful and moving collection of poetry by a new author.

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The Antioch Review"

Garret Kaoru Hongo s first collection of poems I a beautifully written and extremely moving book. A Japanese American, Hongo asks his reader to consider the historical dilemma of the post war Japanese living in Hawaii and California. Ye the politics of these poems are intimate and person and when Hongo s anger and indignation breaks loose in his work the effect is exhilarating and liberating. David St. John, The Antioch Review"

-Garret Kaoru Hongo's first collection of poems I a beautifully written and extremely moving book. A Japanese American, Hongo asks his reader to consider the historical dilemma of the post war Japanese living in Hawaii and California. Ye the politics of these poems are intimate and person... and when Hongo's anger and indignation breaks loose in his work... the effect is exhilarating and liberating.---David St. John, The Antioch Review

"Garret Kaoru Hongo's first collection of poems I a beautifully written and extremely moving book. A Japanese American, Hongo asks his reader to consider the historical dilemma of the post war Japanese living in Hawaii and California. Ye the politics of these poems are intimate and person... and when Hongo's anger and indignation breaks loose in his work... the effect is exhilarating and liberating."--David St. John "The Antioch Review"

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