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Thieves' Latin ❮Download❯ ➿ Thieves' Latin ➺ Author Peter Jay Shippy – Buyprobolan50.co.uk Ah, Writ happens, Like the con men who rely on thieves Latin to ply their trade, the poems in Peter Jay Shippy s award winning collection don t play well with other poems They are difficult They rave Ah, Writ happens, Like the con men who rely on thieves Latin to ply their trade, the poems in Peter Jay Shippy s award winning collection don t play well with other poems They are difficult They rave They are unsettling and blunt They crash cars and ride tsunamis and hitch rides on tugs They also provide a contemporary, ironic, and tender view of America, all the while layering wordplay, cleverness, and sentiment Shippy s narrators dance like night writing they witness the reverse side of actions and take a walk on the wing they feel nothing but articulation and attach our planet to the highest branch they have a good feeling about most birds, and trust that they are a friend to man In other words, their condition is Beckettian, but they speak like one of Sam Shepherd s dusty road angels.


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10 thoughts on “Thieves' Latin

  1. Zach Zach says:

    Shippy can do no wrong in my eyes.


  2. Valerie Valerie says:

    I liked Shippy s shorter poems in this bookthan I liked the longer poems I really liked a lot of Shippy s images and way of phrasing things, but I had trouble following how the images were connected to each other in the longer poems There were too many images, and I had trouble tying them together Overall the poems were witty, and I enjoyed the images in the poems being loosely tied together, there were just issues when the poem was longer, there were just too many and I couldn t keep t I liked Shippy s shorter poems in this bookthan I liked the longer poems I really liked a lot of Shippy s images and way of phrasing things, but I had trouble following how the images were connected to each other in the longer poems There were too many images, and I had trouble tying them together Overall the poems were witty, and I enjoyed the images in the poems being loosely tied together, there were just issues when the poem was longer, there were just too many and I couldn t keep track of them all.I liked the titles in the book Most were complex withthan one word They were compelling The line and stanza breaks were orderly They were either one stanza, or each stanza was divided evenly.My favorite poems in the book Bunnyman, an ElegyIt Ain t Boasting IfCrackM axEr nst


  3. secondwomn secondwomn says:

    some of these hang together much better than others for me at times the accumulations don t seem to add up to a greater whole but when they do, it s startling and lovely.


  4. Lynsey Lynsey says:

    He s one of my BFFs Buy it and read it.


  5. Allie Yantz Allie Yantz says:

    Great poetry by one of my former professors He s a swell guy His writing is on the abstract side.


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