Exit, civilian : poems / by Idra Novey.
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- ISBN: 9780820343488
- ISBN: 082034348X
- Physical Description: 59 pages; 22 cm.
- Publisher: Athens : University of Georgia Press, 2012.
- Copyright: ©2012
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Includes bibliographical references.
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Little prison Civilian existing the facilities Riding by on a Sunday Aspect Overhead Parole Little prison responds All ceremonies start with inspection Meanwhile the watermelon seed Titles in the city library Eighteen hours of daylight As charged County courthouse in the winter Itinerant Grand jury, the sound of leaves Slide show Table for six Parole hearing Before they came for us Hearsay Little prison responds to the city Titles in the city library On bafflement Etymological beginning Recent findings Metaphysics of furniture Lava game Instead of Little prison responds If Vallejo hadn't died in Paris Riot Titles in the city library O caldeirão de diabo Memorias de cácere Fist & after, el cinzano A maça na oscuro Guest Ex-cárcel of Valparaíso Last beep & door
In her second collection, Idra Novey steps in and out of jails, courthouses, and caves to explore what confinement means in the twenty-first century. From the beeping doors of a prison in New York to cellos playing in a former jail in Chile, she looks at prisons that have opened, closed, and transformed to examine how the stigma of incarceration has altered American families, including her own. Novey writes of the expanding prison complex that was once a field and imagines what's next for the civilians who enter and exit it each day. - from publisher
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