2 edition of The opposite of cabbage found in the catalog.
The opposite of cabbage
Rob A. Mackenzie
|Statement||Rob A. Mackenzie|
|LC Classifications||PR6113.A2645 O67 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||54 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||54|
|LC Control Number||2010399262|
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Mackenzie. Those same qualities are present in his collection The Opposite of Cabbage ; but these poems are also tougher, often bleaker. Mackenzie is equally unafraid of both Idea and Sentiment, and manages to handle both in poetry which is tight in its formal elements and wide-ranging in its scope.
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These poems cut away at convention and simmer with unsettling, dramatic images. Ironic and humorous, complex and engaging, you can't do without The Opposite of Cabbage.
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