Things Are Disappearing Here Poems (Karen and Michael Braziller Books) by Kate Northrop

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Published by Persea .

Written in English

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  • American - General,
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  • General,
  • Poetry

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Number of Pages64
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8232010M
ISBN 100892553340
ISBN 109780892553341

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I dont have much experience in this genre, but I would recommend for fans that enjoy that type of setting. The main things that bothered me about this book: There were too many narrators. Now, I typically enjoy books that have multiple POVs. It makes things interesting.

This/5. Northrop has a sixth sense for where the mundane and the uncanny pass too close for comfort--and no place more so than in the book's haunted centerpiece, a visceral rendering of a sixteenth-century Hungarian countess with certain insatiable appetites. Gorgeous and strange, "Things Are Disappearing Here" is an imaginative tour-de-force.5/5(1).

Northrop has a sixth sense for where the mundane and the uncanny pass too close for comfort—and no place more so than in the book's haunted centerpiece, a visceral rendering of a sixteenth-century Hungarian countess with certain insatiable appetites.

Gorgeous and strange, Things Are Disappearing Here is an imaginative : Kate Northrop. Things Are Disappearing Here Kate Northrop. Editor's Choice, New York Times Book Review Finalist for the James Laughlin Award of the Academy of American Poets.

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