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Fragments of an America, Volume 1


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A celebration of romance, eternity and the natural world, steeped in political satire and spiritual striving, McNally's poems take us on a mystical yet highly accessible journey through familiar places made strange -- the Senate chamber, where Jesus is grilled about his socialist tendencies, a classic old car driving backwards, a place called Town where JFK, Frank Lloyd Wright, Shakespeare and Plato live along a cobblestone street and a 19th century textile mill in Lowell, Massachusetts where two future lovers fiercely debate profits, free speech and the lost meaning of Eve and the apple. The poems travel from seeming hopelessness to revelation, and invite the reader to connect the vicissitudes of one's own path with the direction of a nation.

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Chris McNally
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