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In Search of Dustie-Fute - by David Kinloch (Paperback)

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Who is Dustie-Fute? A vagrant, a hawker, a poet. A dustyfooted Scottish Orpheus. A stranger, a migrant, a ghost. In his search for Dustie-Fute, David Kinloch begins amid the Parisian floods of 1910: with the waters rising, a lonely giraffe speaks from the abandoned zoo, witness to what seems the end of the world. Other animals chime in, Dustie-Futes all, a hooved and humped chorus of watery sages. Elsewhere, two young college dudes quote Rilke at each other. Cain’s wife, the Virgin Mary and that eternal stepdad St Joseph draw on memories they didn’t know they had. In a series of feminist monologues, feisty biblical women seek revenge on their husbands and oppressors, before Dustie-Fute’s final incarnation as a Cavafy-reading Syrian refugee.
Who is Dustie-Fute? Many are, and many have been. A fellowship of strangers across time: free spirits, survivors. Kinloch’s bestiary of forgotten voices spans apocalypse and salvage, elegy and humour. Mythic and ******, his poems engage ecological disaster, LGBT art and politics, and that great resistance movement, love. 
Number of Pages: 79
Genre: Poetry
Format: Paperback
Publisher: Paul & Co Pub Consortium
Author: David Kinloch
Language: English
Street Date: September 1, 2017
TCIN: 52837983
UPC: 9781784103965
Item Number (DPCI): 248-48-9107
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