The Unsubscriber: Poems

By Bill Knott

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Eavesdroppers fearthe hermit's soliloquy.Wake up, wound, the knife said.--from "To Live By"Bill Knott's poetic manner--surreal yet vernacular, outrageous and tender--is unlike anything in contemporary American verse. In The Unsubscriber, he investigates cloning laboratories and spaceships, cemeteries and battlefields, talks to Damocles and pokes fun at Hamlet, witnesses th Eavesdroppers fearthe hermit's...

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April 18th 2006 by Farrar, Straus and Giroux

(first published 2004)

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