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Temporary Worker Rides a Subway (Green Integer)

by Mark Wallace

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A Temporary Worker Rides the Subway presents two long poem -sequences that explore and question contemporary language surrounding money and work. Using a widely varied set of poetic forms, Wallace highlights the inconsistencies and absurdities in contemporary notions about the degree to which money and work provide the value of people's lives. Selected by Nick Piombino, this book is the 2002 winner of the Gertrude Stein Award.… (more)

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A Temporary Worker Rides the Subway presents two long poem -sequences that explore and question contemporary language surrounding money and work. Using a widely varied set of poetic forms, Wallace highlights the inconsistencies and absurdities in contemporary notions about the degree to which money and work provide the value of people's lives. Selected by Nick Piombino, this book is the 2002 winner of the Gertrude Stein Award.

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