Shopping Cart Link


 







Sign up for our newsletter







Random Symmetries
The Collected Poems of Tom Andrews
Tom Andrews; Charles Wright, intro.

Oberlin College Press



Contents

• Tom Andrews: An Appreciation — Charles Wright
• THE BROTHER’S COUNTRY
• The Brother’s Country
• Song of a Country Priest
• May I Read You a Few Lines from Pepy’s Diary?
• Four Purgatory Poems
• Triptych: Augustine of Hippo
• Paul Celan
• Animist
• After Bobrowski
• Thinking of Wallace Stevens
• Private Collection
• Dr. Farnsworth, a Chripodist, Lived in Ohio, Where He Wrote Only the First Lines of Poems
• Postcards to Günter Eich
• A Language of Hemophilia
• Notes
• THE HEMOPHILIAC’S MOTORCYCLE
• The Hemophiliac’s Motorcycle
• At Burt Lake
• Ars Poetica
• Praying with George Herbert in Late Winter
• A Visit to the Cathedral
• Reading Frank O’Hara in the Hospital
• Reading the
Tao Te Ching in the Hospital
• When Comfort Arrives
• Evening Song
• Hymning the Kanawha
• Codeine Diary
• Notes
• 25 SHORT FILMS ABOUT POETRY
• The Death of Alfred, Lord Tennyson
• Six One-Line Filmscripts
• Doves and Fire
• Scenes from a Marriage
• The River of Barns
• Jacques Derrida and God’s
Tsimtsum
Portrait of a Red-Haired Man
• the Pornography of Cinema Vérité
• Rabelais in the History of Abuse
Intermission: The Discreet Charm of Unfilmable Films
Instructions for the Director of an Unfilmable Film
• Joyce Kilmer, in Picardy, Worries about Plagiarism in “Trees”
• Brooding Kilmer, a Documentary
• William Makepeace Thackeray Follows His Bliss
• The Marble
• Lecture on Snow
• Battle for the Planet of Laurence Sterne
• the Mysterious Disappearance of Laurence Sterne
• The Mexican Jumping Bean’s Will
• Cinema Vérité: The Embrace
• Cinema Vérité: William Wordsworth Rejects the Spirit of Carnival
• Film Beginning with a Line by Roberto Juarroz
• A Map Is Not a Territory
• Script for Home Video and Flashlight
• In a House Besieged
• Cinema Vérité: The Color Wheel
• THE TEMPTATION OF SAINT AUGUSTINE
• Argument
• Left Panel
• Central Panel
• Right Panel
• Notes
• LAST POEMS
• In the Twentieth Century
• North of the Future

Sat, 2 Dec 2017 14:43:01 -0500