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Something Sinister

Hayan Charara
Format
Book
Published
Pittsburgh : Carnegie Mellon University Press, 2016.
Language
English
Uniform Title
Poems
ISBN
0887486053, 9780887486050
Summary
These poems grapple with conflicts arising from a world in which the personal, political, cultural, and aesthetic are deeply entangled and often troubling. Charara does not shy away from the tensions, unease, doubts, regrets, or bafflement of this world; and his wide-ranging focus brings together people from all walks of life-a father obsessed with the boxer Muhammad Ali; a girl missing since the 1970s; a mother and daughter trapped in a submerged vehicle; and a suicide bomber, his witnesses, and victims.
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69 pages ; 21 cm
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