Rotc Kills: Poems by John KoetheRotc Kills: Poems by John Koethe

Rotc Kills: Poems

byJohn Koethe

Paperback | August 28, 2012

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“[A] visionary new book of poems and prose meditations.”
—Susan Stewart, author of Columbarium and Red Rover

“John Koethe’s poems…are profound meditations on time and the curious hold it has on the human psyche. In them, even the most extreme exertions of consciousness are transformed into the faultless measures of clear and beautiful speech.”
—American Academy of Arts and Letters

ROTC Kills is a lyrical and arresting new collection from renowned poet John Koethe, 2011 winner of the Arts and Letters Award and the Lenore Marshall Prize for the year’s outstanding work of poetry.  As typified by the provocative title piece—a wistful look back at the poet’s years at Harvard University in the late sixties—the poetry and prose within evoke the memories and dreams; the literature, popular culture, and philosophy of a generation through the lens of the poet’s personal history. In the grand tradition of Wordsworth, Wallace Stevens, and John Ashbery, ROTC Kills is an important work from a major American poet.

John Koethe is distinguished professor of philosophy emeritus at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and the first Poet Laureate of Milwaukee. His collections includeFalling Water,which won the Kingsley-Tufts Award,North Point North,a finalist for the Los Angeles Times Book Prize, andNinety-fifth Street,winner of the Lenore Marshall ...
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Title:Rotc Kills: PoemsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:96 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.27 inPublished:August 28, 2012Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:006213602X

ISBN - 13:9780062136022

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“I can think of no one whose company I’d rather keep-for Koethe writes in the water of his time, knowing all is temporary.”