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Portrait of My Body Phillip Lopate, Author Doubleday Books $ (0p) ISBN More By and About This Author But the book's most satisfying chapters reveal Lopate, the longtime. Phillip Lopate's richest and most ambitious book yet--the final volume of a trilogy that began with BachelorhoodandAgainst Joie de Vivre--Portrait of My Bodyis a powerful memoir in the form of interconnected personal essays. One of America's foremost essayists, who helped focus attention on the form in his acclaimed anthologyThe Art of the Personal Essay, Lopate demonstrates here just how far 4/5(1). The book ends with the author's own introduction to fatherhood, as witness to the birth of his daughter. A book that will engage readers with its conversational eloquence, skeptical intelligence, candor, and mischief, Portrait of My Body is a captivating work of literary : $ Topaz Winter’s portrait of my body as a crime i'm still committing is a book in which tenderness has given way to hunger, both literal and of the soul. Queer desire, mental illness, and loving a girl likened to the moon in poems sharp and explosive. The references to hallucinations, coupled with the poem about antipsychotics, and references to hospitals and other forms of mental illness /5.
A book that will engage readers with its conversational eloquence, skeptical intelligence, candor, and mischief, "Portrait of My Body is a captivating work of literary nonfiction. About the Author Phillip Lopate is the author of the essay collections Against Joie de Vivre, Bachelorhood, and Portrait of My Body. Portrait of My Body as a Crime I’m Still Committing was chosen as a finalist in the Gaudy Boy Poetry Book Prize by Singapore Unbound, & in the Broken River Prize by Platypus Press. This collection contains the poems “Guidebook for Wild Things Wishing to Be Tamed”, “Self-Diagnosis”, “Trigger”, “For H”, “But First 5/5(2). PORTRAIT OF MY BODY An Oxford Life in Books, offers a quick definition of poetry—“relates to language as music relates to noise. It is language made special”—before diving in to poetry’s vast history. In most chapters, the author deals with only a few writers, but as the narrative progresses, he finds himself forced to deal with. Portrait of My Body as a Crime I’m Still Committing was chosen as a finalist in the Gaudy Boy Poetry Book Prize by Singapore Unbound, & in the Broken River Prize by Platypus Press. You can talk about Portrait on social media using the hashtag #crimeimstillcommitting.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Lopate, Phillip, Portrait of my body. New York: Anchor Books, (OCoLC) Material Type. PORTRAIT OF MY BODY AS A BOOK the book of my body begins from the end chapter 1 [epilogue]: glory. /i am everything/ God ordained/ before the beginning. chapter 2 [conclusion]: a body rests/ in the Lord yea, though the dust eats my flesh into itself, i will fear no. About Portrait of My Body. Phillip Lopate’s richest and most ambitious book yet–the final volume of a trilogy that began with Bachelorhood and Against Joie de Vivre—Portrait of My Body is a powerful memoir in the form of interconnected personal essays. One of America’s foremost essayists, who helped focus attention on the form in his acclaimed anthology The Art of the Personal Essay. “Portrait of My Body,” by Phillip Lopate, appeared in MQR’s Fall issue. I am a man who tilts. When sitting, my head slants to the right; when walking, the upper part of my body reaches forward to catch a sneak preview of the street.