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In my father's house /

David Kinloch.

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Main Author: Kinloch, David P.
Published: Manchester [England] : Carcanet, 2005.
Topics: Fathers and sons - Poetry.
Genres: Poetry.
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245 10|aIn my father's house /|cDavid Kinloch.
260 |aManchester [England] :|bCarcanet,|c2005.
300 |a90 pages ;|c22 cm
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504 |aIncludes bibliographical references.
520 1 |a"From a quick-tempered singing grandmother to a performance of The Mikado in an African village: David Kinloch's exploration of his relationship with his father is both unexpected and affectionate. An extended sequence of poems moves from personal memory to reflections on the values embodied in such cultural father-figures as David Livingstone and the Irish patriot Roger Casement. Translations of poems by Paul Celan and others into vivid Scots illuminate the disturbing connections between patriarchy and twentieth-century violence. In contrast, moving and humorous 'dissections' of adult relationships evoke images of the body both scientific and spiritual."--Jacket.
650 0|aFathers and sons|vPoetry.
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776 08|iOnline version:|aKinloch, David P.|tIn my father's house.|dManchester [England] : Carcanet, 2005|w(OCoLC)607589605
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