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Introduction

The poems of THE CZAR by Mary Biddinger and Jay Robinson stand at the intersection of ironic political commentary and hyperbolic body currency. The Czar is an invented figurehead, all ceremony and...

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Original Title
The Czar
ISBN13
9781625579485
Edition Format
Paperback
Number of Pages
100 pages
Book Language
English
Ebook Format
PDF, EPUB

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The poems of THE CZAR by Mary Biddinger and Jay Robinson stand at the intersection of ironic political commentary and hyperbolic body currency. The Czar is an invented figurehead, all ceremony and artificial gestures, but is he provocative humor or allegorical heft? Who is the Czar of the Czar?

And what happens when power is passed to the powerless in a secret handshake th The poems of THE CZAR by Mary Biddinger and Jay Robinson stand at the intersection of ironic political commentary and hyperbolic body currency. The Czar is an invented figurehead, all ceremony and artificial gestures, but is he provocative humor or allegorical heft? Who is the Czar of the Czar?

And what happens when power is passed to the powerless in a secret handshake that's more tongue on tongue than tongue-in-cheek? THE CZAR dialogues with classic literature, and in doing so establishes its own neoclassicism. It shifts prosodies and perspectives, offers a revolution instead of a halftime show.

It breaks the fourth wall and sits in the audience's lap. The theater goes quiet, but the lights never dim in the hush. And at the heart of these poems is the rhythm and beat of the present tense, history's most unreliable narrator, no matter the king or kingdom.

"This book is not a book, it's treatise on empire, a manifest destiny, a pack of wild peasants outside the gate, a mesmerizing tour d'effluvia in its Czar not Czar, throne not throne, overthrown mistresses, Lady Czar is no Czarina, cappuccino foam isn't foam, revolution was a hoax, naming and renaming, unlearned cursive, unheard flute solo, empire under construction, not New York, not Sacramento, non-tabloids, non-violent non-women. Biddinger and Robinson rebuild our world and take it away piece by piece to show the conviviality of our destruction". –Elizabeth Colen, author of They Could No Longer Contain Themselves


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