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Poems that explicate Westerns by examining the hidden history in popular culture.
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In How The West Was One, Maggie Jaffe, one of the most clear-voiced, clear-sighted poets of our time, exposes the truth behind the media presentations which shape young minds into the bog of uncritical, unemotional, cultural and racially supremacist thinking. This book should be in motel rooms, instead of Gideons Bible, to help citizens see the tangled web they help to weave.
Maggie Jaffe is a recipient of a 1998 California Arts Council grant and is Poetry Editor of Cedar Hill Review. Her publications include Continuous Performance, How The West Was One, 1492: What Is It Like To Be Discovered?, a collaboration with the artist Deborah Small, and 7th Circle, which won a San Diego Book Award for Poetry.
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Book Description Burning Cities Press. Paperback. Condition: Fair. Ex-Library Book - will contain Library Markings. Seller Inventory # G1885215193I5N10
Book Description Tucson, AZ: Viet Nam Generation & Burning Cities Press, 1997, Tucson, AZ, 1997. Paperback. Condition: VG+. Small, Deborah (illustrator). Paperback. VG+. ISBN:1885215193. 93 p. Previous owner's name on title page. Seller Inventory # 109226
Book Description Vietnam Generation, Tuscon, AZ, 1997. Paperback. Condition: Very Good+. Paperback. 93 pp. B&W illustrations. Collection of poetry; Small 8vo; 93 pages. Seller Inventory # 30850
Book Description Burning Cities Press, 1997. Paperback. Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Fine. , PB, -----------------------SIGNED by Author w/inscription----------------------------, Poetry. Signed by Author(s). Seller Inventory # 004163