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Orange Crush Muench s lush figures give great pleasure to both ear and eye, and her imaginative leaps can feel both mysterious and inevitable, in a way that recalls not only Desnos, but also Neruda The New York Times Book Review Her language is refreshing, musical, attenuated Anne WaldmanSimone Muench lives in Chicago. Read Orange Crush By Simone Muench – freeboooks.com

Ebook By Simone Muench ✓ Orange Crush  ☆ m f m Û Books Download – freeboooks.com
  • Paperback
  • 88 pages
  • Orange Crush
  • Simone Muench
  • English
  • 17 March 2018
  • 1932511792

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10 thoughts on “Orange Crush

  1. says:

    Also posted in Gapers Block Book Club Poetry is a sneaky beast a poem can mean one thing to one person and mean something completely different to someone else For me, Orange Crush is all about women their persecution, their struggle to become something, and their refusal to give up Simone Muench follows this arc in elegant little bursts of language that takes the reader from Fever damaged girls Spells and vixens and dead calico kittens to We were once lithographs smeared with ink chappe Also posted in Gapers Block Book Club Poetry is a sneaky beast a poem can mean one thing to one person and mean something completely different to someone else For me, Orange Crush is all about women their persecution, their struggle to become something, and their refusal to give up Simone Muench follows this arc in elegant little bursts of language that takes the reader from Fever damaged girls Spells and vixens and dead calico kittens to We were once lithographs smeared with ink chapped hands, now we are smooth and inscrutable as bone china Muench s collection starts with Record, a section devoted to the abuse of women each poem a tribute to their mistr...

  2. says:

    In her newest collection of poetry, Orange Crush, Simone Muench devotes an entire section to the Orange Girls According to the back jacket of the book, In the seventeenth century, the closest a woman ever got to a theater was just outside the door, selling sweet china oranges at sixpence each or maybe herself to the audience These girls, we later find out, were viewed as just a little better than common prostitutes For many readers including myself this bit of women s history is In her newest collection of poetry, Orange Crush, Simone Muench devotes an entire section to the Orange Girls According to the back jacket of the book, In the seventeenth century, the closest a woman ever got to a theater was just outside the door, selling sweet china oranges at sixpence each or maybe herself to the audience These girls, we later find out, were viewed as just a little better than common prostitutes For many readers including myself this bit of women s history is n...

  3. says:

    Fantastic These are the kinds of poems I aspire to write.

  4. says:

    A review by Mark Eleveld, published by BarnesNoble Review in 2010 Orange Crush by SIMONE MUENCH Simone Muench is a Chicago poet by way of Louisiana Her third book of poems, Orange Crush, sets its tone early with her opening lines Trouble came and trouble brought greasy, ungenerous things The tempting call in this poem, Hex, evokes a depravity which sets the stage for Muench s central characters London s seventeenth century orange girls, who sat outside theaters selling chin A review by Mark Eleveld, published by BarnesNoble Review in 2010 Orange Crush by SIMONE MUENCH Simone Muench is a Chicago poet by way of Louisiana Her third book of poems, Orange Crush, sets its tone early with her opening lines Trouble came and trouble brought greasy, ungenerous things The tempting call in this poem, Hex, evokes a depravity which sets the stage for Muench s central characters London s seventeenth century orange girls, who sat outside theaters selling china oranges for six pence each or,accurately, selling themselves to the audience, to the men, to the trouble to come The title of the volume plays on the soda pop, the fun in orange and the playfulness in crush whether a violence to something or a young love for someone The poems, divided into four sections Record, Rehearsal, Recast, and Redress are chock full of historical moments and tough views on the continued subjugation of women The poem Orange Girl Suite stands out as a passionate both loving and horrifying...

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    As is widely known, the U.S military is one of the last bastions of an aggressive masculine ethos in a society that collectively, if unconsciously, worships at the altar of feminism Or, so says the conservative pundits on a possible repeal of Don t Ask, Don t Tell Simone Muench s book comes in a timely fashion, as it is proof that these notions of a nation worshiping at the altar of feminism are unfounded and horrifying double think She explores As is widely known, the U....

  6. says:

    I have to start this review by saying I love Simone Muench, I love Sarabande Books, and I love the title Orange Crush Now that we re at full disclosure, I ll add that I enjoyed reading this collection, and it does deliver exactly what the blurb promises lightning associations Here are some of my favorites Is desire a viral captivity Or, a tender pourof milk into an infinite glass there are only two ways to peel an orange in fragments or in one coiling brightness the railroad a rusted I have to start this review by saying I love Simone Muench, I love Sarabande Books, and I love the title Orange Crush Now that we re at full disclosure, I ll add that I enjoyed reading this collection, and it does deliver exactly what the blurb promises lightning associations Here are some of my favorites Is desire a viral captivity Or, a tender...

  7. says:

    I am most of the way through this and have enjoyed Muench s adept ways with language but also been disappointed by certain elements of these poems.As beautiful as the imagery is here, I often feel that readers are not given muchthan beaut...

  8. says:

    Unfortunately for me , it seems as if nothing will overshadow my love for Muench s debut, The Air Lost in Breathing, which is as near to perfection as a book of poetry could ever hope to be With that said, Orange Crush is a glorious exploratio...

  9. says:

    This is a great book.

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