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Snow White's coffin / Kate Camp.

By: Camp, Kate [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Wellington, N.Z. : Victoria University Press, 2013Copyright date: ©2013 Description: 71 pages ; 21 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780864738882 :; 9780864738882 (pbk.); 0864738889 (pbk.).Genre/Form: New Zealand poetry -- 21st century.DDC classification: NZ821.2
Contents:
The loneliest ol' song in the world -- On reading Gray's Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard -- This is the well -- Eye that is swallowed -- The sea is dark and we are told it's deep -- There is no easy way -- Everything is a clock -- To myself -- A living example -- One hundred and fifty-one thousand bridges -- Kutno -- Letter to a friend -- Everybody has to be somewhere -- Snow White's coffin -- Self-adhesive horror stickers -- Galileo's law of falling bodies -- Double glazing -- History as seen through the eyes of babies -- Memory of the future -- Rendering synthetic objects into legacy photographs -- The award-winning map -- Lupa -- Spreepark -- The sleeping fury -- The world's most impractical machine -- A living body is never really calm -- Nuns -- The night sky on any day in history -- Interrupted world -- Death of a princess -- The fall of 1981 -- The great (or perhaps vast) night -- The call of death -- Death is recognised as a friend -- Woman confiding -- Soul -- Untitled poem about my neighbours -- Berlin.
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These poems were written in Berlin while Kate Camp held the Creative New Zealand Berlin Residency between September 2011 and October 2012. Kate Camp is the author of four collections of poetry. THE FIRST, UNFAMILIAR LEGENDS OF THE STARS, won the NZSA Jessie Mackay Award for Best First Book of Poetry at the 1999 Montana NZ Book Awards, and the most recent, THE MIRROR OF SIMPLE ANNIHILATED SOULS, the New Zealand Post Book Award for Poetry in 2011. She is also an essayist, and the voice of Kates Klassics, monthly conversations on classic literature with Kim Hill.

Poems.

"These poems were written while Kate Camp held the Creative New Zealand Berlin Residency from September 2011 to October 2012."--Back cover.

The loneliest ol' song in the world -- On reading Gray's Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard -- This is the well -- Eye that is swallowed -- The sea is dark and we are told it's deep -- There is no easy way -- Everything is a clock -- To myself -- A living example -- One hundred and fifty-one thousand bridges -- Kutno -- Letter to a friend -- Everybody has to be somewhere -- Snow White's coffin -- Self-adhesive horror stickers -- Galileo's law of falling bodies -- Double glazing -- History as seen through the eyes of babies -- Memory of the future -- Rendering synthetic objects into legacy photographs -- The award-winning map -- Lupa -- Spreepark -- The sleeping fury -- The world's most impractical machine -- A living body is never really calm -- Nuns -- The night sky on any day in history -- Interrupted world -- Death of a princess -- The fall of 1981 -- The great (or perhaps vast) night -- The call of death -- Death is recognised as a friend -- Woman confiding -- Soul -- Untitled poem about my neighbours -- Berlin.

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