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Pizza and Chianti; The Philadelphia Poems By Phillip Henry Christopher
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The poems here are from a writer who places his ear to the ground, the sidewalk and the blacktop... there is free flow non-stop thought, vibrant pictures flash across the page, sounds tumble, and... More > memories fly like a real-time nostalgia. In line with Kerouac's list of essentials, he is "submissive to everything, open, listening" and in love with every detail of life. In the middle of the nineteenth century, Whitman wrote "Crossing Brooklyn Ferry." In the mid-twentieth century, Kerouac composed "October in the Railroad Earth." In Philadelphia, PA in the 1970's and 80's, Phillip Henry Christopher followed in their footsteps when he recorded these observations and remembrances of a city he had fallen in love with. Linda Pizzi Arcadia University Philadelphia< Less
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