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Bridge and Tunnel: a Trip Through American Identity in Eight Voices 978-1400052554 ePUB iBook PDF
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  • Título Original: Bridge and Tunnel: a Trip Through American Identity in Eight Voices
  • Autor del libro: Sarah Jones
  • ISBN: 978-1400052554
  • Idioma: ES
  • Páginas recuento:176
  • Realese fecha:1998-10-09
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Bridge and Tunnel: a Trip Through American Identity in Eight Voices por Sarah Jones Libro PDF, EPUB

The Bridge and Tunnel cafe is the site for the third annual "I Am a Poet Toon" reading. The host is Mohammad Ali-no relation to the boxer, he's heard all the jokes-who brigs to the mic a multicultural stew of poets, young, old, male, female, and from all parts of the world, to share their stories and poems about coming to America. The poets include Lorraine Levine, an el The Bridge and Tunnel cafe is the site for the third annual "I Am a Poet Toon" reading. The host is Mohammad Ali-no relation to the boxer, he's heard all the jokes-who brigs to the mic a multicultural stew of poets, young, old, male, female, and from all parts of the world, to share their stories and poems about coming to America. The poets include Lorraine Levine, an elderly Jewish woman from Eastern Europe who recites her poem, "No, Please Don't Get Up"; Yahira, a 15-year-old Dominican, who nervously reads a poem about growing up in Harlem, a "daffodil at midnight"; Bao Dinh, a Vietnamese slam poet whose poem "won't fold your shirts/but may air your dirty laundry"; and Gladys, a Jamacian who explains that there are two career possibilities for Jamaicans in America: "One is to become the secretary of state. The other is to take care of children. Either way, it's the same". The poems and stories mix humor and pathos and sharp commentary into a brilliant, kaleidoscopic portrait of the new American dream. Also included here are two more of Jones's plays, Women Can't Wait and Surface Transit.