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Product Description: A FICTION FOR OUR TIMES AND A RADICAL PROOF THAT "AMERICA WAS FABLE BEFORE IT BECAME FACT.""It is difficult to speak of Benjamin Hollander's masterpiece, so America, so like an inner emigration, as if we had all changed names...A book of this order comes very rarely to our consciousness; we are so censorious of new genres...read more

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9781566569279 | Interlink Pub Group Inc, April 1, 2013, cover price $15.00 | About this edition: A FICTION FOR OUR TIMES AND A RADICAL PROOF THAT "AMERICA WAS FABLE BEFORE IT BECAME FACT.

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Product Description: Poetry. A new collection from San Francisco poet Benjamin Hollander. Born in Israel, Hollander emigrated to New York in 1958, and to San Francisco twenty years later. His poetry reflects his shifting landscape, and this volume includes a discussion with John Sakkis and the poet's correspondence with Joshua Schuster...read more

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9781892184177 | Beyond Baroque Foundation, January 1, 2005, cover price $12.00 | About this edition: Poetry.

Product Description: Cultural Writing. A highly provocative and infinitely approachable book which confronts history with a generous act of imagination, as it presents us with a practical ethics for the present and for the future of the Israel-Palestine question...read more

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9780963932174 | Listening Chamber, January 1, 2004, cover price $12.95 | About this edition: Cultural Writing.

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Product Description: San Francisco poet Benjamin Hollander explores, through a negotiation with poets of the past and present such as Paul Celan, Edmond Jabes, and Anne-Marie Albiach, how to "project memory on stage." Recognizing poetry as a theatrical field, a performance so to speak, The Book of Who Are Was contemplates the process of poetic creation in which it is actually the reader's or spectator's memory that is projected upon the stage or text...read more (view table of contents, read Amazon.com's description)

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9781557132918 | Sun & Moon Pr, March 1, 1997, cover price $10.95 | About this edition: San Francisco poet Benjamin Hollander explores, through a negotiation with poets of the past and present such as Paul Celan, Edmond Jabes, and Anne-Marie Albiach, how to "project memory on stage.

Product Description: A rare publication of the work of the reclusive (young) master, Peter Culley, The Climax Forest includes the complete works "Gtterdmmerung", "Winterreise", "Gothic" (a collaboration with visual artist Sara Leydon), and a generous sampling from "Hammertown", Culley's long workinprogress about his hometown of Nanaimo...read more

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9781895679007 | Small Pr Distribution, December 1, 1992, cover price $8.00 | About this edition: A rare publication of the work of the reclusive (young) master, Peter Culley, The Climax Forest includes the complete works "Gtterdmmerung", "Winterreise", "Gothic" (a collaboration with visual artist Sara Leydon), and a generous sampling from "Hammertown", Culley's long workinprogress about his hometown of Nanaimo.

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