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The Double Truth

Chard deNiord

Publication Year: 2011

The Double Truth is a collection of poems that arc from myth to history, knowledge to mystery, Eros to natural love, animals to human beings, then back in an alternating poetic current that betrays a speaker who is at once a privileged witness of her time and a diachronic amalgam of voices that are as imagined as they are real in their anonymous legacy.

Published by: University of Pittsburgh Press

Title Page, Copyright

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I

What a Doll Am I

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p. 3-3

Trailer

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p. 4-4

Renunciation

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p. 5-5

Club Erebus

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p. 6-6

They Are Most at Home

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p. 7-7

Pitch

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p. 8-8

The Police

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pp. 9-10

First Sex

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p. 11-11

April 1

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p. 12-12

The Return of Jan Weiner

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pp. 13-14

Instructions for Telling the Truth

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p. 15-15

The Fire in the Distance

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pp. 16-17

The Silence

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p. 18-18

II

Ockham Applies His Razor to the Thought of Aquinas

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pp. 21-26

What Beauty Knows about Itself

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p. 27-27

From the Curriculum of a Serpent

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p. 28-28

Puritan in Flight

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p. 29-29

At the Socratic Sugarhouse

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pp. 30-32

The Bride as Scout

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pp. 33-34

A History of Love’s Body

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pp. 35-36

The Woe That Is in Friendship

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p. 37-37

Dear George

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p. 38-38

The Soul Addresses Her Beloved in the Non-Green Zone

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pp. 39-40

The Only Road

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p. 41-41

Yet so as by Fire

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p. 42-42

Sunday Calls

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p. 43-43

III

Coyotes

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p. 47-47

The Thinker

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p. 48-48

The Golden Herd

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p. 49-49

Virgil’s Bees

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p. 50-50

In a Dark Wood

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p. 51-51

Storm Cloud

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p. 52-52

The Percherons

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p. 53-53

The Animals

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p. 54-54

August 17

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p. 55-55

IV

After Marlowe

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p. 59-59

Bare and Live

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p. 60-60

This Ecstasy

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p. 61-61

In the Brief Time We Have Left

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p. 62-62

After the Storm

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pp. 63-64

To a Grieving Daughter

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p. 65-65

Pomegranate

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p. 66-66

Memoir

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p. 67-67

Absence

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p. 68-68

Confessions of a Priest

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p. 69-69

All the Unlikeness

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pp. 70-71

My Love Is a Leaf

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p. 72-72

The Double Dream of a Grievous Man

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p. 73-73

Enkidu’s Lament

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p. 74-74

Dumuzi’s Lament

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p. 75-75

I Orpheus, I Solomon, I Romeo

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p. 76-76

Memory Is a Fire

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p. 77-77

Eros

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pp. 78-79

The Double Truth

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p. 80-80

Curtains

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p. 81-81

Postdiluvian

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p. 82-82

The Mystery

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p. 83-83

Acknowledgments

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p. 85-85


E-ISBN-13: 9780822991182
E-ISBN-10: 0822991187
Print-ISBN-13: 9780822961345
Print-ISBN-10: 0822961342

Page Count: 96
Publication Year: 2011

Series Title: Pitt Poetry Series
Series Editor Byline: Ed Ochester

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