The displaced of capital
- Anne Winters.
- data file
- Chicago : University of Chicago Press, ©2004.
- Physical description
- 1 online resource (61 pages)
- Phoenix poets.
- Winters, Anne.
- The mill-race
- The grass grower
- The displaced of capital
- An immigrant woman
- Cold-water flats
- The depot
- A sonnet map of Manhattan
- Wall and pine : the rain
- Houston Street : a wino
- East Fifth Street : a poster for the Oresteia
- Greenwich Street : sad father with a hat
- MacDougal Street : old-law tenements
- East Eleventh Street : three images
- Eighteenth Street : the brown owl of Ulm
- First Avenue : drive-in teller
- Sixty-seventh Street : Tosca with man in bedrock
- 100 Riverside : waking up at Mari's
- One Forty-sixth Street : my stepmother's chloral
- One Sixty-fifth Street : the currency exchange
- One Sixty-eighth Street : the armory
- One Seventy-fifth Street : the scout
- The first verse.
- Publisher's summary
Winner of the 2005 Lenore Marshall Poetry Prize.aThe long-awaited follow-up to "The Key to the City"OCoa finalist for the National Book Critics Circle Award in 1986OCoAnne Winters's "The Displaced of Capital" emanates a quiet and authoritative passion for social justice, embodying the voice of a subtle, sophisticated conscience. The displaced in the book's title refers to the poor, the homeless, and the disenfranchised who populate New York, the city that serves at once as gritty backdrop, city of dreams, and urban nightmare. Winters also addresses the culturally, ethnically, and emotionally excluded and, in these politically sensitive poems, writes without sentimentality of a cityscape of tenements and immigrants, offering her poetry as a testament to the lives of have-nots. In the central poem, Winters witnesses the relationship between two women of disparate social classes whose friendship represents the poet's political convictions. With poems both powerful and musical, "The Displaced of Capital" marks Anne Winters's triumphant return and assures her standing as an essential New York poet.".
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- Publication date
- Phoenix poets
- Winner of Lenore Marshall Poetry Prize 2005 9780226902333 20190206 (source: Nielsen Book Data)
- 9780226902395 (electronic bk.)
- 0226902390 (electronic bk.)
- 0226902358 (pbk. ; alk. paper)
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