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by Frederick Pollack

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ISBN:
1885266588
Author:
Frederick Pollack
Category:
Poetry
Language:
English
Publisher:
Story Line Press; First edition. edition (April 1, 1998)
Pages:
156 pages
EPUB book:
1752 kb
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1978 kb
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1124 kb
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Rating:
4.4
Votes:
444


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Sir Frederick Pollock, 3rd Baronet PC, FBA (10 December 1845 – 18 January 1937) was an English jurist best known for his History of English Law before the Time of Edward I, written with . Maitland, and his lifelong correspondence with US Supreme Court Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes. He was a Cambridge Apostle. Pollock was the eldest son of William Frederick Pollock, Master of the Court of Exchequer, and Juliet Creed, daughter of the Rev, Harry Creed

Happiness A Novel in Verse.

Happiness A Novel in Verse.

Happiness by Frederick Pollack. Happiness is the rare science fiction tale told in verse. It looks at an attempt at a utopian revolution that goes about as well as those usually do. The universe turns inside out when Stephen Hawking creates a space-time inversion called X-Day. In this rollicking YA novel, David Elliott retells the tragedy of the Minotaur in a way that allows for both the bawdy humor and the pain that can be found in adolescence.

Frederick Pollack was born in Chicago; he lived for many years in California but i. A Poverty of Words, by Frederick Pollack (Prolific Press Inc. 2015), is an important and relevant publication of American Poetry by one of the finest living poets today

Frederick Pollack was born in Chicago; he lived for many years in California but i. 2015), is an important and relevant publication of American Poetry by one of the finest living poets today. Frederick Pollack was born in Chicago; he lived for many years in California but it didn't take. He now lives and teaches in Washington, DC. Pollack's books, "The Adventure" and "Happiness," are both book-length narrative poems (Story Line Press). More of his work can be found in various journals and publications each year

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This novel in verse, like Frederick Turner's The New World and Harry Martinson's Nobel Prize-winning Aniara, introduces science fiction to narrative poetry. On X-day the universe turns inside-out, leaving an extensive Zone to the controls of a leftist cabal. An able-bodied Stephen Hawking - the mastermind - lurks in the margins. His henchman heads a posse of enforcers who dispense Dante-esque rewards and punishments.

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  • Unde
In Happiness, as well as in his past work, Pollack manages to do the virtually impossible: create something which is exciting, entertaining as well as intellectually stimulating as well as staggering. Reading Happiness excited me tremendously. The reader can approach it from any one of a number of different directions and always hit the target dead on. A very important book.
  • Munimand
Maybe we just live in clunky times...and poetry embodying ideas as Happiness does just isn't every phillistine's cup of tea, I'd guess. Sorry, but I found that my own reading of Happiness offered me a compellingly open set of visions for possible human futures, along with fiercely unsparing critiques of revolution, cultural, political, and metaphysical. We need poetry, these days, to dialogue with perennial values beyond the relativities of sensuality and The Self - that's Mr. Pollack's classical edge. But he's also an Outsider, a beat revolutionary, I imagine, not so much in retirement as in tactical retreat. This isn't an easy poem - book length narrative poems sort of can't be - but its rewards are, well, revolutionary...
  • Ceck
Clunky and inept; I'm surprised that this work was hyped. Even the Kirkus commercial review presented here is honest about it....