Fear itself: poems
Knopf, 1995/11/28 - 93 ページ
"In his new collection of poetry, Rice is an expert practitioner of the paranoiac-surreal . . . . His true subject is the uneasy equation between horror and beauty, the 'liquification of flame' and the 'liquid of order.' He is often capable of delivering the instructive surprises of the best poetry." --Graham Christian,Library Journal From the Trade Paperback edition.
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Review: Fear Itselfユーザー レビュー - Goodreads
I really think poor Mr. Rice got a bad rap from being in the shadow of his more commercially successful spouse. These are perfectly excellent poems.
Review: Fear Itselfユーザー レビュー - Sarahbeth - Goodreads
the only good poets are dead ones. 'tis true. but this one was one of the best. "and what is an angel but a ghost in drag?" -stan rice レビュー全文を読む