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Title Atomic ghost : poets respond to the nuclear age / edited by John Bradley ; introduction by Terry Tempest Williams.

Imprint Minneapolis : Coffee House Press, 1995.


Location Call No. OPAC Message Status
 Axe 2nd Floor Stacks  811.5408035 At71 1995 c.2  ---  Available
 Axe Kansas Collection Tate  811.5408035 At71 1995    ---  Lib Use Only
Description 330 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Note Includes index.
Includes the Tate poem, "Land of little sticks, 1945" (p. 19).
Summary An anthology on the 50th anniversary of the dropping of the A-bomb on Japan. In When We Say Hiroshima, Sadako writes: "When we say Hiroshima, / do people answer, gently, / Ah, Hiroshima? / Say Hiroshima, and hear Pearl Harbor. / Say Hiroshima, and hear Rape of Nanjing. / Say Hiroshima, and hear of women and children / thrown into trenches, doused with gasoline, / and burned alive in Manila...Say Hiroshima, / and we don't hear, gently, / Ah, Hiroshima."
Subject Atomic bomb victims -- Poetry.
Antinuclear movement -- Poetry.
Nuclear warfare -- Social aspects -- Poetry.
American poetry -- 20th century.
Added Author Bradley, John, 1950-
Tate, James, 1943-2015. Land of little sticks, 1945.
ISBN 1566890276 (pbk. : acid-free)
9781566890274 (pbk. : acid-free)
Standard No. YDXCP 1204318
NZ1 3064295
AU@ 000011142859

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