American Smooth (poetry collection)
|LC Class||PS3554.O884 A77 2004|
|Preceded by||On the Bus with Rosa Parks|
|Followed by||Sonata Mulattica|
American Smooth is a poetry book by Rita Dove.
- All souls
- "I have been a stranger in a strange land"
- Fox trot Fridays
- Ta ta cha cha
- Heart to heart
- Cozy apologia
- Two for the Montrose drive-in
- Meditation at fifty yards, moving target
- American smooth
- The castle walk
- The passage
- Noble sissle's horn
- Alfonzo prepares to go over the top
- La Chapelle. 92nd Division. Ted
- Variation on reclamation
- The return of Lieutenant James Reese Europe
- Hattie McDaniel arrives at the coconut grove
- Samba summer
- Blues in half-tones, 3/4 time
- Describe yourself in three words or less
- The seven veils of Salomé
- From your valentine
- The sisters: swansong.
- Evening primrose
- Reverie in open air
- Sic itur ad astra
- Count to ten and we'll be there
- Eliza, age 10, Harlem
- Driving through
- Desert backyard
- Desk dreams
- Against flight
- Looking up from the page, I am reminded of this mortal coil.
- Edward Byrne (Fall/Winter 2004-2005). "RITA DOVE: AMERICAN SMOOTH". Valparaiso Review. Check date values in:
- EMILY NUSSBAUM (November 21, 2004). "American Smooth: Dance Fever". The NEw York Times.