Hillary Clinton Haiku: Her Rise To Power, Syllable By Syllable, Pantsuit By Pantsuit by Vera G. ShawHillary Clinton Haiku: Her Rise To Power, Syllable By Syllable, Pantsuit By Pantsuit by Vera G. Shaw

Hillary Clinton Haiku: Her Rise To Power, Syllable By Syllable, Pantsuit By Pantsuit

byVera G. Shaw

Hardcover | October 27, 2015

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An illustrated parody marrying America's favorite pantsuit-wearing politician with an ancient poetic form.
The poetic form of the haiku is pretty old, widely known, and occasionally kinda funny. In these ways it resembles Hillary Rodham Clinton. Now this insightful collection of poetry distills the essential details of HRC into seventeen syllables where thousands of articles and biographies fall short--or, rather, long. HILLARY CLINTON HAIKU will not only help you make the right, informed decision at the polls--whatever that may be--but it will also help make the vast contemporary machine of politics, glass ceilings, and scandal a little easier to swallow.

Vera G. Shaw was born in the United States, but her soul resides in a Japanese garden. By day, she chops wood and carries water; by night, she weds the complexity of haiku to the simplicity of American politics. A poet of many shifting selves, layered as a lily blooming on a still pond, she lives in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn, with two cat...
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Title:Hillary Clinton Haiku: Her Rise To Power, Syllable By Syllable, Pantsuit By PantsuitFormat:HardcoverDimensions:112 pages, 7.25 × 6.12 × 0.5 inPublished:October 27, 2015Publisher:Grand Central PublishingLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1455531677

ISBN - 13:9781455531677

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Rated 2 out of 5 by from meh Thought this was a cute idea but it was seriously lacking any depth. The shortness made it easy to read but it wasn't really grabbing me. I guess I'm not sure what I expected with 17 syllables a page.
Date published: 2017-01-01