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The Days Run Away Like Wild Horses over the Hills
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Poems delving into such sensitive issues as bodily harm toward bellboys; hilarious and pathetic.



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Translated by Audie E. Bock. "A first rate book and a joy to read.... It's doubtful that a complete understanding of the director's artistry can be obtained without reading this book.... Also indispensable for budding directors are the addenda, in...



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Like Shaking Hands with God
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In Like Shaking Hands with God, two distinguished writers—separated by age, race, upbringing, and education, but sharing common goals and aspirations—talk about the place where the lives they lead meet the art they practice. That these two writers...



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Cities I've Never Lived In
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Like a Dog
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"[Like a Dog] announces a singular new voice in American fiction—one which is deeply alive, hard-hitting, and tender."––Maggie Nelson