Pick Up the House ebook
by Anselm Hollo
Pick Up the House book. Poets Ted Berrigan and Alice Notley named their son Anselm Berrigan after Hollo. Hollo died from post operative pneumonia on January 29, 2013 at the age of 7. .Books by Anselm Hollo.
Pick Up the House book. Mor. rivia About Pick Up the House. One of Anselm Hollo’s best books in a sort of middle period after the -Anselm Sojourner Microcosms & Finite Continued, his continuous songs from the early 60s onward. His transnational migration did American poetry a world of good even if the academics didn’t get the joke. My heart wears a big floppy hat, etc.
Anselm Paul Alexis Hollo (12 April 1934 - 29 January 2013) was a Finnish-American poet and translator. He lived in the United States from 1967 until his death. Paavo Anselm Aleksis Hollo was born in Helsinki, Finland. His father, Juho Aukusti (. Hollo, was professor of philosophy at the University of Helsinki, an essayist, and a major translator of literature into Finnish. His mother was Iris Antonina Anna (Walden), a music teacher and daughter of organic chemist Paul Walden.
Hollo's poetry continually confounds as well as exceeds the reader's expectations.
Select Format: Paperback. Hollo's poetry continually confounds as well as exceeds the reader's expectations. ISBN13:9780918273185.
Anselm Hollo’s Pick Up the House is a satisfying, lyrical mix of both old and new poems, including some from his highly praised Toothpaste Press chapbook Heavy Jars, gathered together in one volume. Hollo’s method is simple and direct. Pausing often, he allows us to catch the music and grace in the trivial and seemingly commonplace. This is reflective of Hollo’s real talent, a hand so sure and inviting that the reader can be led to the necessary conclusions.
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Moore picked up a book and pretended to throw it. But the rat did not move. It showed its great white teeth angrily, and its cruel eyes shone mercilessly in the lamplight. Without thinking, Moore picked up the nearest book and threw it. It missed, and the rat did not move. Why, you-' cried Moore. Me picked up the poker from the fireplace and jumped up. Before he could hit the rat, however, it jumped to the floor with a squeak. It ran up the rope of the alarm bell and disappeared in the darkness. So Moore again picked up the poker. Again the rat ran up the rope of the alarm bell. And once more the other rats started their scratching and squeaking.
Anselm Paul Alexis Hollo (12 April 1934 – 29 January 2013) was a Finnish poet and translator. He lived in the United States from 1967 until his death in January 2013. Hollo published more than forty titles of poetry in the United Kingdom and in the United States, with a style strongly influenced by the American beat poets. Paavo Anselm Aleksis Hollo was born in Helsinki, Finland
The Tortoise of History.
The Tortoise of History.