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Lights, Camera, Poetry! American Movie Poems, the First Hundred Years
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0156001152, Paperback)Anyone who loves the movies--almost any kind of movie--will find something to laugh about and to think about with this unique volume. A wealth of popular poets, including May Swenson, Jack Kerouac, and Frank O'Connor, contribute more than 90 poems on movies, movie stars, moviemaking, and the moviegoing experience.
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A collection of 100 poems on the movie industry by various writers. In Provide, Provide, Robert Frost writes: "The witch that came (the withered hag) / To wash the steps with pail and rag, / Was once the beauty Abishag, / The picture pride of Hollywood. / Too many fall from great and good / For you to doubt the likelihood."
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