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  • Title: What Did I Do Wrong?
  • Author: Fanny Howe Colleen Mccallion
  • ISBN: 9780981952000
  • Page: 444
  • Format: Paperback

  • What Did I Do Wrong? By Fanny Howe Colleen Mccallion Fiction Episodic and picaresque, Fanny Howe s novella WHAT DID I DO WRONG tells the story of a revolutionary mutt s journey through the kennels, parks, and suburban waste spaces around Boston in search of true freedom This dog offers a firsthand account of the cruelty meted out to both animals and forgotten members of human society Like The Golden Ass, WHAT DID I DO WRFiction Episodic and picaresque, Fanny Howe s novella WHAT DID I DO WRONG tells the story of a revolutionary mutt s journey through the kennels, parks, and suburban waste spaces around Boston in search of true freedom This dog offers a firsthand account of the cruelty meted out to both animals and forgotten members of human society Like The Golden Ass, WHAT DID I DO WRONG takes on moral and spiritual questions without abandoning earthly appetites In a twist on the fabulous tradition established by Apuleius, we are urged not to maintain our humanity but rather to look for the dog within Illustrated by Colleen McCallion.
    Fanny Howe Colleen Mccallion
    from Fanny Howe is an American poet, novelist and short story writer.She was born in Boston, Massachusetts Her father was a lawyer and her mother, Mary Manning, was born in Dublin and wrote plays and acted for the Abbey Theatre before moving to the United States Her sister is the poet, Susan Howe and her daughter is the novelist, Danzy Senna 1 Howe is one of the most widely read of American experimental poets Her books include Selected Poems 2000 shortlisted for the Griffin Poetry Prize , Forged 1999 , Q 1998 , One Crossed Out 1997 , O Clock 1995 , The End 1992 , and On the Ground 2004 also shortlisted for the Griffin Poetry Prize She has also published several volumes of prose, including Lives of the Spirit Glasstown Where Something Got Broken 2005 and The Wedding Dress Meditations on Word and Life 2003 , a collection of essays.Of her work, fellow poet Michael Palmer comments Fanny Howe employs a sometimes fierce, always passionate, spareness in her lifelong parsing of the exchange between matter and spirit Her work displays as well a political urgency, that is to say, a profound concern for social justice and for the soundness and fate of the polis, the city on a hill Writes Emerson, The poet is the sayer, the namer, and represents beauty Here s the luminous and incontrovertible proof.She is currently Professor Emerita of Writing and Literature at the University of California, San Diego.

    What Did I Do Wrong? By Fanny Howe Colleen Mccallion

    Commentaires:

    Ben
    Everyone thinks that prisoners are sitting in their cells waiting for someone to bail them out Not true Each one has a different desire One might want to sleep and dream and be left alone another to make friends with someone down the row one might want to die in the cell and another to escape and get away from people altogether another to go home I wanted to get away from people I wanted to get the human mentality out of my system.

    Catherine Altice
    She hit all my weak spots.

    Colettemariehayes
    This dog is rather depressing.

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