The Jitters review Ô 103

  • Paperback
  • 88
  • The Jitters
  • Anne Cecelia Holmes
  • English
  • 20 October 2019
  • 9780990813941

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The Jitters

Anne Cecelia Holmes ☆ 3 review

Is an American “I” in the era of terror breaking it down in a tone whose wit is born of trauma and whose metaphors like lost children seek signification This collection is pitch perfect a sustained masterpiece of alienation and hunger Diane SeussThere’s a beautiful epigraph that invites us into The Jitters “ am I a monster or is this what it mean. The I read this book the I liked it All the Good in the World Starts Now had pride of place on the bulletin board outside my classroom as the New Year's poem of the day too

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S to be a person” The jitters the junk the pain the fortitude to remain here as “a new creature brave enough to be wounded” Anne Cecelia Holmes has the courage to say carefully and measure shrewdly; to sing sadly and sing boldly To paraphrase her hold your breath read this book Her poems don’t flinch or back away from our darkest thoughts Dara Wi. pretty but vacant

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Anne Cecelia Holmes’ The Jitters constructs an “I” that wobbles between a dangerous and endangered outer world and an estrangement from its own interior seeking to rebuild a past it can barely recall via maps it has forgotten how to read In clean ritualistic sentences that “travel by assembly line” the speaker announces the security breach This. I read this book and drank a cup of tea and it made me write a poem which is what Anne's tenderhearted gutsy poems have always made me want to do