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American Flamingo

Greg Pape

Publication Year: 2005

Taking its title from an Audubon painting, American Flamingo shares with the artist an exquisite attention to detail and the suggestion of a larger sense of time and place through depictions of the intimate interactions between creatures and their habitats. In his fifth collection of poetry, Greg Pape melds memorable images from the natural world with the drama of ordinary experience to capture small transformations of human character in American settings from Arizona’s Sonora Desert to the icy streets of Washington, D.C. Through elegies, character sketches, and lyric and narrative evocations of family and place, Pape offers lucid and startling poems that bridge the spaces between the past and the present, men and women, and urban and rural landscapes.

Published by: Southern Illinois University Press

Series: Crab Orchard Series in Poetry

Front cover

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pp. 1-3

Title Page

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pp. 4-4

Copyright Page

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pp. 5-7

Contents

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pp. vii-viii

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Acknowledgments

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pp. ix-x

Special thanks to Chris Dombrowski, Nana Lampton, Malena Mörling, Sena Jeter Naslund, Tammy Ramsey, and Frank X Walker for friendship, encouragement, and support. Thanks to Richard Cecil. Thanks also to my family: Irene, Larry, and Kay Pape, Dr. Arthur J. Prange Jr., Sally Bowen Prange, Kevin Woodman, Marnie, Coleman, and Clay. ...

Image on a Sandstone Disc

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pp. 3-4

One

First Hour

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pp. 7-18

The River Comes Closer

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pp. 8-19

Remember the Moose

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pp. 9-11

Snow Storm

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pp. 12-13

Fishing Party, 1890s

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pp. 14-25

The Ani

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pp. 15-26

Practice

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pp. 16-17

Bitterroot Car-Body Riprap

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pp. 18-29

Album

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pp. 19-29

Idling

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pp. 30-41

Reading

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pp. 31-42

The Oldest Thing

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pp. 32-43

A Pair of Mallards

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pp. 33-44

Animals

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pp. 34-38

Two

Elegy for the Duke of Earl

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pp. 41-47

Amaryllis

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pp. 48-59

Morphine

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pp. 49-60

As Sparks Fly Upward

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pp. 50-61

Blossom

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pp. 51-52

Red Sweatshirt with Embroidered Wave

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pp. 53-64

Fireworks

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pp. 54-65

On the Road

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pp. 55-66

Indian River

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pp. 56-67

Lamp Without a Shade

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pp. 57-58

Green

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pp. 59-60

Unfinished Story

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pp. 61-64

Three

We Are

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pp. 67-78

Zahkia

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pp. 68-69

The Hog Boss

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pp. 70-71

Small Pleasures

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pp. 72-73

Derailed Train

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pp. 74-76

The Rose

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pp. 77-78

American Flamingo

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pp. 79-80

Blues on the 4th of July

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pp. 81-82

Kindness of Strangers

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pp. 83-85

Keet Seel

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pp. 86-88

Notes

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pp. 89-100

Other Books in the Crab Orchard Series in Poetry

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pp. 101-102

Back Cover

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pp. 103-103


E-ISBN-13: 9780809388257
Print-ISBN-13: 9780809326228

Page Count: 104
Publication Year: 2005

Series Title: Crab Orchard Series in Poetry
Series Editor Byline: John Smith, Will Wordsworth See more Books in this Series

OCLC Number: 830843000
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