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Bosston by Ed Barrett


by Ed Barrett

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Poetry. Red Sox pitcher Dice-K Masukaza, an MBTA Transit copy from Belfast, the Irish mob in Southie, Fan Pier development, the Institute of Contemporary Art, fallen politician and radio talk-show host Tom Finneran, the poet John Wieners, Ralph Waldo "The Rifleman" Emerson and Deborah Hussey Thoreau, Boston School Committee member and anti-busing advocate Louise Day Hicks, State Senator Diane Wilkerson, the ever present (and ever absent) mobster and FBI informant Whitey Bulger: BOSSTON completes Ed Barrett's trilogy of Boston-based prose poem novels that includes RUB OUT and KEVIN WHITE.

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