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Babylon in a jar

Andrew Hudgins

Babylon in a jar

new poems

by Andrew Hudgins

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Published by Houghton Mifflin in Boston .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Originally published in 1998.

StatementAndrew Hudgins.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPS3558.U288 B3 2001, PS3558.U288 B3 2001
The Physical Object
Pagination72 p. ;
Number of Pages72
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18256234M
ISBN 10061812697X
OCLC/WorldCa48625916

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The dust of Babylon in a jar is a metaphor that can relate to almost every poem in the book, the collection is not haphazard as someone has suggested and while After the Lost War remains my favorite Hudgins work Babylon in the jar has some excellent gems of poetry inside and is eminitely readable/5(9).

The poems in Babylon in a Jar extend the forceful explorations that Andrew Hudgins began with Saints and Strangers, his first book and a runner-up for the Pulitzer Prize in Since then, he has probed the nature of Southern experience, the conflict between religion and worldliness, the origins of poetry, the exaltations and perils of : Andrew Hudgins.

The poems in Babylon in a Jar extend the forceful explorations that Andrew Hudgins began with Saints and Strangers, his first book and a runner-up for the Pulitzer Prize in Since then, he has probed the nature of Southern experience, the conflict between religion and worldliness, the origins of poetry, the exaltations and perils of family.

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Gary Soto recommends Babylon in a Jar, poems by Andrew Hudgins: "Hudgins can't get over his Southern childhood, which he drags as lovely narrative poems into his adulthood in Cincinnati.

Perhaps the South does have manners, as Flannery O'Connor once said, but Hudgins's characters, mostly men, have such inconsistent manners: one moment they are brutes with. Babylon in a Jar: Poems: Andrew Hudgins: Books - Skip to main content. Try Prime EN Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Orders Try Prime Cart.

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The poem that stood out to me most upon this read of Babylon in a Jar was “We Were Simply Talking.” In this poem, a couple nearly crashes their car and the narrator realizes all that he loves and how much he does not want to die. The Richest Man in Babylon is a book by George S.

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Clason. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Babylon in a Jar: New Poems at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users/5. The poems in BABYLON IN A JAR extend the forceful explorations that Andrew Hudgins began with SAINTS AND STRANGERS, his first book and a runner-up for the Pulitzer Prize in In this volume Hudgins's poems revel in the "either/or" in life, reducing specific conflicts to the old, all-encompassing one between order and disorder.

The "spirit of babylon" motivates human organization and building with man at the head. It is the root behind all the world religions trying to reach heaven by human effort. The stories in the book of Daniel capture the essence of Gods people in the midst of Babylon.

The Book of Daniel begins with an introduction telling how Daniel and his companions came to be in Babylon, followed by a set of tales set in the Babylonian and Persian courts, followed in turn by a set of visions in which Daniel sees the remote future of the world and of Israel.

The tales in chapters 1–6 can be dated to the 3rd or early 2nd centuries BCE; it is generally accepted that Major shrine: Tomb of Daniel, Susa, Iran.

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96; July,Rochelle Ratner, review of Ecstatic in the Poison, p. Los Angeles Times Book Review, JanuHenri Coulette, review of After the Lost War: A Narrative. New York Times Book Review, May 4,Peter Stitt, review of Saints and Strangers.The stone that Seraiah put into the jar is fulfilled as a mountain (kingdom), and by linking these two metaphors, we see that Babylon was to be cast into the sea like a burning mountain.

Jer. says that no one would be able to use this stone, or even part of it, as a .