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The Tradition de Jericho Brown
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The Tradition (edição: 2019)

de Jericho Brown (Autor)

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"By some literary magic--no, it's precision, and honesty--Brown manages to bestow upon even the most public of subjects the most intimate and personal stakes."--Craig Morgan Teicher, "I Reject Walls: NPR 2019 Poetry Preview""A relentless dismantling of identity, a difficult jewel of a poem."--Rita Dove, in her introduction to Jericho Brown's "Dark" (featured in theNew York Times Magazine in January 2019)"Winner of a Whiting Award and a Guggenheim Fellowship, Brown's hard-won lyricism finds fire (and idyll) in the intersection of politics and love for queer Black men."--O, The Oprah MagazineFeatured in NPR's "I Reject Walls": A 2019 Poetry Preview" Named a Lit Hub "Most Anticipated Book of 2019"One of Buzzfeed's "66 Books Coming in 2019 You'll Want to Keep Your Eyes On"The Rumpus poetry pick for "What to Read When 2019 is Just Around the Corner" One of Book Riot's "50 Must-Read Poetry Collections of 2019"Jericho Brown's daring new bookThe Tradition details the normalization of evil and its history at the intersection of the past and the personal. Brown's poetic concerns are both broad and intimate, and at their very core a distillation of the incredibly human: What is safety? Who is this nation? Where does freedom truly lie? Brown makes mythical pastorals to question the terrors to which we've become accustomed, and to celebrate how we survive. Poems of fatherhood, legacy, blackness, queerness, worship, and trauma are propelled into stunning clarity by Brown's mastery, and his invention of the duplex--a combination of the sonnet, the ghazal, and the blues--is testament to his formal skill.The Tradition is a cutting and necessary collection, relentless in its quest for survival while reveling in a celebration of contradiction.… (mais)
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Título:The Tradition
Autores:Jericho Brown (Autor)
Informação:Copper Canyon Press (2019), 110 pages
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Honestly, I am not a big poetry reader, and as I listened to this I knew I was missing a great deal, that I did not have the foundation to read this. That said, I was not pulled in by the moments revealed, by the use of language, by the exploration of power and the willing abandonment of power whether by an abusive Black mother, or a White person living in the ease of their privilege. I was also troubled by Brown's exploration of subjugation, and his definition(s) of rape (I have a thing about using the term generally to describe the theft of a person's autonomy and personhood. Again, I am sure it is just me.) This is one of those bad match of book and reader moments. I never urge others to disregard my opinion but I sort of do in this case. ( )
  Narshkite | Oct 23, 2021 |
Summer 2021 (July);

I started a grand quest through a large assortment of poetry & short story collections recommended from my APSI (AP Summer Institute) for AP Literature, and this is one of the many as you will see.

A brand new piece by an author I'd not heard of yet, I found my experience with Jericho Brown's piece eye-opening and surprising. He has an amazing lyrical way with words, and I was moved toward tears during a few different pieces in this.
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  wanderlustlover | Aug 21, 2021 |
4 stars

I don't read poetry often, but was drawn to this collection. Jericho's writing is so beautiful that I even enjoyed reading the poems that I could not resonate with. ( )
  DanaManiac | Apr 5, 2021 |
A very powerful award winning collection of poetry that looks deeply into race, death and relationships. I can certainly see why the book received all the acclaim that it did. Some of my particular favorites are "Dark" a deeply personal self examination of the author himself, "Token" an insightful look into the differences between small towns and large cities and "Good White People" an unapologetic look at race .A wonderful collection from start to finish which you can reread and savor again and again. ( )
  muddyboy | Dec 1, 2020 |
Several of the poems in this book elicited audible reactions from me when I read them. Oh. Holy crap. Aaaah. "Ganymede," the first poem in the book, could have won the Pulitzer on its own, as far as I'm concerned. ( )
  jalbacutler | Nov 30, 2020 |
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"By some literary magic--no, it's precision, and honesty--Brown manages to bestow upon even the most public of subjects the most intimate and personal stakes."--Craig Morgan Teicher, "I Reject Walls: NPR 2019 Poetry Preview""A relentless dismantling of identity, a difficult jewel of a poem."--Rita Dove, in her introduction to Jericho Brown's "Dark" (featured in theNew York Times Magazine in January 2019)"Winner of a Whiting Award and a Guggenheim Fellowship, Brown's hard-won lyricism finds fire (and idyll) in the intersection of politics and love for queer Black men."--O, The Oprah MagazineFeatured in NPR's "I Reject Walls": A 2019 Poetry Preview" Named a Lit Hub "Most Anticipated Book of 2019"One of Buzzfeed's "66 Books Coming in 2019 You'll Want to Keep Your Eyes On"The Rumpus poetry pick for "What to Read When 2019 is Just Around the Corner" One of Book Riot's "50 Must-Read Poetry Collections of 2019"Jericho Brown's daring new bookThe Tradition details the normalization of evil and its history at the intersection of the past and the personal. Brown's poetic concerns are both broad and intimate, and at their very core a distillation of the incredibly human: What is safety? Who is this nation? Where does freedom truly lie? Brown makes mythical pastorals to question the terrors to which we've become accustomed, and to celebrate how we survive. Poems of fatherhood, legacy, blackness, queerness, worship, and trauma are propelled into stunning clarity by Brown's mastery, and his invention of the duplex--a combination of the sonnet, the ghazal, and the blues--is testament to his formal skill.The Tradition is a cutting and necessary collection, relentless in its quest for survival while reveling in a celebration of contradiction.

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