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  • ISBN: 9780593300237
  • ISBN: 0593300238
  • Physical Description: print
    114 pages ; 21 cm
  • Publisher: New York, NY : Penguin Press, an imprint of Penguin Random House LLC, 2022.

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Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (page 114).
Formatted Contents Note: Bull -- Snow theory -- Dear Peter -- Skinny dipping -- Beautiful short loser -- Old glory -- You guys -- Dear Sara -- American legend -- Last dinosaur -- Rise & shine -- Last prom queen in Antarctica -- Dear T -- Waterline -- Not even -- Amazon history of a former nail salon worker -- Nothing -- Scavengers -- K├╝nstlerroman -- Reasons for staying -- Ars Poetica as the maker -- Toy boat -- Punctum -- Tell me something good -- No one knows the way to Heaven -- Almost human -- Dear Rose -- Woodworking at the end of the world.
Summary, etc.: "Ocean Vuong's second collection of poetry looks inward, on the aftershocks of his mother's death, and the struggle - and rewards - of staying present in the world. Time Is a Mother moves outward and onward, in concert with the themes of On Earth We're Briefly Gorgeous, as Vuong continues, through his work, his profound exploration of personal trauma, of what it means to be the product of an American war in America, and how to circle these fragmented tragedies to find not a restoration, but the epicenter of the break."--
Subject: Psychic trauma Poetry
Mothers and sons Poetry
Loss (Psychology) Poetry
American poetry 21st century
American poetry Asian American authors
Genre: Elegies (Poetry)
Poetry.
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