Walking back up Depot Street : poems /
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Walking back up Depot Street : poems /

A collection of poetry that is both the story of the segregated rural south and the story of a white woman who is leaving that home for the postindustrial north.

Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Pratt, Minnie Bruce
Format: Online Book
Published: Pittsburgh : University of Pittsburgh Press, ©1999.
Series:Pitt poetry series.
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Table of Contents:
  • Shades
  • Central prison
  • Bust of Martha Mitchell to be unveiled
  • Swingblade
  • Painting her fingernails red
  • Button
  • Red string
  • The blue cup
  • A cold not the opposite of life
  • Out of season
  • Strange flesh
  • The white star
  • The A & P
  • The possum eats out of the graveyard
  • On the silver coast
  • What the cat knows
  • At deep midnight
  • The road to Selma
  • Second sight
  • The gate
  • The petrified woman
  • The subway entrance
  • Bone day
  • Snake eyes
  • The shrine
  • Fighting fire
  • The ferry
  • The great migration
  • Trash
  • Eating clay
  • The remnant shop
  • Cost and use
  • The other side.