What Looks Like an Elephant

What Looks Like an Elephant The book contains over poems dealing with ambiguities and paradoxes in experience especially how impressions of certainty and doubt affect everyday life Ed Nudelman author has tried to call on inf

  • Title: What Looks Like an Elephant
  • Author: Edward Nudelman
  • ISBN: 9781929878918
  • Page: 120
  • Format: Paperback
  • The book contains over 80 poems dealing with ambiguities and paradoxes in experience, especially how impressions of certainty and doubt affect everyday life Ed Nudelman author has tried to call on influences in his vocation he s a cancer research scientist in his other life as well as child and adolescent memories, and hopefully mixed in some humor and poetic metaphorThe book contains over 80 poems dealing with ambiguities and paradoxes in experience, especially how impressions of certainty and doubt affect everyday life Ed Nudelman author has tried to call on influences in his vocation he s a cancer research scientist in his other life as well as child and adolescent memories, and hopefully mixed in some humor and poetic metaphor.

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    • Grady says:

      'Reasonable Doubt: Now bring on the ghosts.' The world of Edward NudelmanEdward Nudelman is a poet of importance. It is likely that at some point in his career he will be at least short listed for Poet Laureate, so able is he to find those fragments of imagination, question, fear, doubt, and need for definition that poke temporary holes in our lives, leaving us with a choice of persistent uncertainty or a good guffaw as camouflage. Reading Nudelman's succinct poems is not unlike studying cells t [...]

    • PW Dowdy says:

      If you cannot always make sense of the world, if you sometimes ponder its ups and downs, then Edward Nudelman's What Looks Like An Elephant will offer great reading pleasure.In Nudelman's musings about everything from cockroaches to family life, this collection of fine poetry will help readers to see the world from a kinder point of view. In 'Malice Aforethought', readers will find compassion for the abandoned soul who, except for a TV news report, we might not have known:It may have been cocain [...]

    • Serena says:

      What Looks Like an Elephant by Edward Nudelman, published by Lummox Press, was the 2011 Indie Lit Awards Poetry Runner-Up. Initially, readers may fear the collection’s use of math and science, but Nudelman’s poetry makes these concepts accessible in most cases. Broken down into four sections, the collection explores the known and the unknown, that which we fear and that which we do not. There is a tension throughout the collection that will push and pull the reader with each poem’s explora [...]

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