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"Penned by a night watchman, this collection of poems explores the netherworld of American society and offers a vision of modern decay and loss of values. Elements depicting the corruption of virtue and the separation of social barriers are fused with a wry and somewhat grotesque humor. A mixture of fantasy and double-entendre reveal a second level of meaning in ordinary objects and events, moving the criticism of darkness to a special appreciation of society's dregs. Particular focus is given to the complex choices made in the service of art."
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Robert Funt has worked as a factory worker, shipping clerk, office clerk, telemarketer, and security guard. He lives in Hollywood,Review:
"John Keats with jumper cables, the battered angel who reads every book, vaginas mysteriously replaced with alarm clocks--welcome to the wild imagination of Bob Funt, a writer of surpassing clarity and grace, possessed of a spiritual honesty that both sears and balms. The publication of Caldecott ends his reign as the best unknown poet in America." -- Jim Dodge, Novelist
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Book Description Higganum Hill Books, 2000. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0963518534