Fuck You-Aloha-I Love You

Fuck You-Aloha-I Love You Juliana Spahr Uses Details To Explore Hawai I S Politics Of Location And Her Own Place In It As An Outsider A Hard Core Show Where The Singer Shouts Out Fuck You Aloha I Love You Over And Over The Pidgin Word Da Kine Native Hawaiian Rights To Gathering Palolo Stream The Similarities And Differences Between Hotel Rooms And Conference Rooms And Acrobats At A Las Vegas Style Floor Show In Waikiki Spahr Is Attentive To Specifics And She Draws From Documentary Poetics In These Five Interconnected Poems That Move Between Lyricism, Rhythmic Repetition, And Explanatory Prose Conceptually Provocative And Yet Moving At The Same Time, Fuck You Aloha I Love You Demands Reading And Re Reading. Fuck You Aloha I Love You by Juliana Spahr is a collection of poetry with a Hawaiian theme Spahr earned a BA in languages and literature from Bard College and a PhD in English from SUNY Buffalo Spahr s interests revolve around questions of transformation, language, and ecology Concerned with politics without being overtly political, Spahr s work crosses a variety of American landscapes, from the disappearing beaches of Hawaii to the small town of her Appalachian childhood She has taught at S Fuck You Aloha I Love You by Juliana Spahr is a collection of poetry with a Hawaiian theme Spahr earned a BA in languages and literature from Bard College and a PhD in English from SUNY Buffalo Spahr s interests revolve around questions of transformation, language, and ecology Concerned with politics without being overtly political, Spahr s work crosses a variety of American landscapes, from the disappearing beaches of Hawaii to the small town of her Appalachian childhood She has taught at Siena College and at the University of Hawaii at Manoa She is currently an associate professor of English at Mills College I first ran across Spahr s writing in a collection of alternative poetry I forgot what the poem was but, after reading it, it was enough to for me to order this collection Spahr s work is interesting and takes an original look at life and our
A noble project, but a little repetitive By the time I reached the lengthy poem that excerpts a tumbling manual, I was all, I GET IT The book is worth reading, if only for the third poem Switching This impossible position This position that does not even give
These five poems are experimental but surprisingly accessible while not at all simple , and I love how she subtly enters the ordinary, everyday messes of space in Hawai i She seems to translate the deeply ingrained colonialism of things like barriers to public access of Palolo Stream into beautifully radical, precocious children s stories She pulls cliched local catch phrases like da kine close to the chest again From her poem things There are these things and they are da kine to me They a These five poems are experimental but surprisingly accessible while not at all simple , and I love how she subtly enters the ordinary, everyday messes of space in Hawai i She seems to translate the deeply ingrained colonialism of things like barriers to public access of Palolo Stream
Juliana Spahr is good and she sort of knows that There s this quality in there, something going on in the knowing everything of it The poems should be a littlebrittle than they are, they could be as paul says leaky or something so as to put to use all of her talent and intellegence and make the whole thing a littlebrave and do it a little like we are humans and we are sort of talking.Ok The poems aren t really that impersonal, but she got on my very bad side when she said that nat Juliana Spahr is good and she sort of knows that There s this quality in there, something going on in the knowing everything of it The poems should be a littlebrittle than they are, they could be as pau
This only gets 1 1 2 stars from me Not my style at all. 4.5 Spahr s Fuck You Aloha I Love You is both an exploration of Hawaii s politics as well as a personal poem about finding the poet s identity as a foreigner Even the provocative title is a demonstration of repetition she pairs the American expletive Fuck You with the peaceful and affectionate Hawaiian term
This is a short book of poetry that I think demonstrates well the idea that a poet and her poems should teach the reader how to read her poetry The use of repetition and allegory, simple language, and returning to similar themes quickly trained me how to read the book In the process, I did find it occasionally too repetitive In these spots, I tried to enjoy the sound of the repetition, the same words again and again, sometimes with building variations, leading eventually to insight Also help This is a short book of poetry that I think demonstrates well the idea that a poet and her poems should teach the reader how to read her poetry The use of repetition and allegory, simple language, and returning to similar themes quickly trained me how to read the book In the process, I did find it occasionally too repetitive In these spots, I tried to enjoy the sound of the repetition, the same words again and again, sometimes with building variations,
Spahr s poems read like philiosophical arguments series of premises leading up to conclusions The effect is at turns pretentiously distant or urgently inviting The back of the book which you should definitely read, since it describes the subject matter of the several long poemsexplicitly than the poems themselves calls this documentary Poetics In Fuck You Aloha I Love You, she explores ideas of connection and place using the example of her home, Hawai i, and its complex environment Spahr s poems read like philiosophical arguments series of premises leading up to conclusions The effect is at turns pretentiously distant or urgently inviting The back of the book which you should definitely read, since it describes the subject matter of the several long poemsexplicitly than the poems themse
Seven long poem thoughts Echoes and repetitions of hellos and goodbyesI especially love her description of the pidgin da kine or the word you use when you don t use the word There are these things and theyare da kine to me They are the tear.The torn circle.There are these things and they arethe circle malformed, pulled tightin one place These things are thesymbol of all not being right Theyare da kine for me.Da kine for me is the moment whenthings extend beyond you and meand into the Seven long poem thoughts Echoes and repetitions of hellos and goodb

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  • Paperback
  • 96 pages
  • Fuck You-Aloha-I Love You
  • Juliana Spahr
  • English
  • 08 May 2018
  • 0819565253