Liberating the Astronauts (2020)

Liberating the Astronauts Christina M. Rau Liberating the Astronauts From the Pointer Sisters doing the Neutron Dance to David Bowman s exclamation while traveling through the star gate near Jupiter from stealing Joan Didion s sadness to erasing F Scott Fitzgerald s Ga
  • Title: Liberating the Astronauts
  • Author: Christina M. Rau
  • ISBN: 9781619761278
  • Page: 359
  • Format: Paperback
Liberating the Astronauts Christina M. Rau From the Pointer Sisters doing the Neutron Dance to David Bowman s exclamation while traveling through the star gate near Jupiter from stealing Joan Didion s sadness to erasing F Scott Fitzgerald s Gatsby, this collection weaves its way through the awkward paradox of wanting freedom while fearing it A little science, a bit of sci fi, a little feminism, a bit of lit, inFrom the Pointer Sisters doing the Neutron Dance to David Bowman s exclamation while traveling through the star gate near Jupiter from stealing Joan Didion s sadness to erasing F Scott Fitzgerald s Gatsby, this collection weaves its way through the awkward paradox of wanting freedom while fearing it A little science, a bit of sci fi, a little feminism, a bit of lit, in Liberating the Astronauts, we see that not fitting in gives us the freedom to stand out.
Liberating the Astronauts Christina M. Rau

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  1. Peter

    Since the dawn of time, man has dreamed of visiting the stars and escaping the surly bonds of earth, and since the 1950s, space has been viewed as the final frontier to be explored by mankind Christina M Rau s new book is one of the most intriguing collections of poetry that investigates this instinctual call of discovery She examines outer and inner space, with poems that tap into science as depicted through fact, fiction, and fantasy Actual events and those of literature are used as her influe [...]

  2. Octavia Cade

    A solid three stars I do like the emphasis on science here, and there are some passages where the non science and the science poems reflect off each other, forming small series within the wider text that are really quite special I have less interest, however, in some of the technical poems, by which I mean the erasure poems which do tricksy things with form I mean, I can appreciate that these hold a great deal of interest for some readers but they re not for me, especially at the length that so [...]

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