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Terrestrial Music
by John Bradley
Northwestern University Press, 2006
Paper: 978-1-931896-28-3
Library of Congress Classification PS3602.R3427T47 2006
Dewey Decimal Classification 811.6

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ABOUT THIS BOOK
The poetry in Terrestrial Music has been inspired by Pablo Neruda, Thomas McGrath, Muriel Rukeyser, and Martín Espada. In lyrics that explore issues that affect our daily lives, such as ecology, genocide, hunger, nuclear damage, and violence, John Bradley not only celebrates the beauty of earth and the redeeming power of nature, but also confronts social injustice and fully explores the impact of the industrial uses of radium with detailed historical anecdotes and documentation. These poems identify one common source of strength: The earth is part of our identity, our body, and our soul.

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