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Outlaw Style

Poems

R.T. Smith

Publication Year: 2007

Outlaw Style is a collection of narrative and lyric poems, many of them in the tradition of Robert Browning’s dramatic monologues. While gothic imagery, humor, and nineteenth-century diction and reference alternate and interweave, the four thematic currents that converge in the collection are music, race, spirituality, and the impact of monstrosity on somewhat innocent bystanders.

Published by: University of Arkansas Press

Cover

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Title Page, Copyright, Dedication, Quote

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CONTENTS

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p. vii

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

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p. ix

Outsider Art

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p. 1

Thrush Witch

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p. 3

Brother Fain Carouthers, Summoned

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pp. 4-6

Energy

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pp. 7-8

Dar He

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pp. 9-13

Carrion Cry

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pp. 14-15

Wilson’s Ivory-Bill

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pp. 16-17

The Restless Dead: Walker County, Georgia

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pp. 18-19

Sump

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pp. 20-21

Shepherd Ollie Strawbridge on the Chicken Business

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pp. 22-24

Scuppernongs

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pp. 25-26

A Pentecostal Note

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pp. 27-28

Outsider Art

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pp. 29-30

The Booth Prism

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p. 31

Booth: A Quick History

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pp. 33-34

Ebony: John Wilkes Booth Recites “The Raven”

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pp. 35-39

Exhuming Booth

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pp. 40-42

Keepsake

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pp. 43-45

Booth from Beyond

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pp. 46-47

Site Visit: Ford’s Historic Playhouse

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pp. 48-51

The Prophet Boston Corbett on Shooting Booth

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pp. 52-55

Asia

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pp. 56-63

Edwin Booth at the Players’ Club: Portrait by John Singer Sargent, 1890

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pp. 64-65

Charm: Anna Surratt Tonry, 1900

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pp. 66-71

One-Man Show

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pp. 72-78

Blood Harmony

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p. 79

Plantation of the Mad

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pp. 81-86

Mandolin

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pp. 87-88

The Carter Scratch

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pp. 89-90

Strange Fruit, 1939

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pp. 91-93

Johnny Shines’ Last Edict on the Taproot of Delta Blues

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pp. 94-96

Hohner

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pp. 97-98

The Sacred Sound of the Dove

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pp. 99-100

Gypsy Fiddle

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pp. 101-103

Bury Me Under the Weeping Willow

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pp. 104-105

Summertime

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pp. 106-108

NOTE

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p. 109

About the Author, Back Cover

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p. 110


E-ISBN-13: 9781610752961
E-ISBN-10: 1610752961
Print-ISBN-13: 9781557288530
Print-ISBN-10: 1557288534

Page Count: 110
Publication Year: 2007

OCLC Number: 608054308
MUSE Marc Record: Download for Outlaw Style

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Subject Headings

  • United States -- Race relations -- Poetry.
  • Booth, John Wilkes, 1838-1865 -- Poetry.
  • Music -- Poetry.
  • American poetry -- 21st century
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