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All the Whiskey in Heaven: Selected Poems

by Charles Bernstein

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0374103445, Hardcover)

A NEW RETROSPECTIVE OF ONE OF AMERICA’S MOST INNOVATIVE POETS

All the Whiskey in Heaven brings together Charles Bernstein’s best work from the past thirty years, an astonishing assortment of different types of poems. Yet despite the distinctive differences from poem to poem, Bernstein’s characteristic explorations of how language both limits and liberates thought are present throughout. Modulating the comic and the dark structural invention with buoyant soundplay, these challenging works give way to poems of lyric excess and striking emotional range. This is poetry for poetry’s sake, as formally radical as it is socially engaged, providing equal measures of aesthetic pleasure, hilarity, and philosophical reflection. Long considered one of America’s most inventive and influential contemporary poets, Bernstein reveals himself to be both trickster and charmer.

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Collects a series of poems in varied forms in which the poet explores how language both limits and liberates thought.

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