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Atomic ghost : poets respond to the nuclear age / edited by John Bradley ; introduction by Terry Tempest Williams.

Other author/creatorBradley, John, 1950-
Format Book and Print
Publication InfoMinneapolis : Coffee House Press, 1995.
Description330 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Supplemental Content Table of contents
Abstract An anthology on the 50th anniversary of the dropping of the A-bomb on Japan. In When We Say Hiroshima, Sadako writes: "When we say Hiroshima, / do people answer, gently, / Ah, Hiroshima? / Say Hiroshima, and hear Pearl Harbor. / Say Hiroshima, and hear Rape of Nanjing. / Say Hiroshima, and hear of women and children / thrown into trenches, doused with gasoline, / and burned alive in Manila ... Say Hiroshima, / and we don't hear, gently, / Ah, Hiroshima."
General noteIncludes index.
Other formsAlso issued online.
Issued in other formOnline version: Atomic ghost. Minneapolis : Coffee House Press, 1995
LCCN 94029816
ISBN1566890276 (pbk. : acid-free)
ISBN9781566890274 (pbk. : acid-free)

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Joyner General Stacks PS595.A84 A66 1995 ✔ Available Place Hold

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