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Adam on the lam : the uses of impertinence

Author: Kilian McDonnell
Publisher: Waite Park, MN : Park Press, 2000.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Poetry : English
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Kilian McDonnell
OCLC Number: 45855546
Notes: College of Saint Benedict/Saint Johnʼs University notes:
Alcuin Library copy is no. 107 of 500.
Description: 60 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: Eve's version --
Perfection, perfection --
In the beginning --
As Adam knew Eve --
Adam on the lam --
The call of Abraham --
Yahweh's quest --
The birth of Isaac --
Jonah's flight --
The two voices of Isaiah --
You alone --
Presence --
God said everything at once --
Mary Magdalene the apostle --
Srebrenica/Guernica --
Cana, or not a perfect carpenter --
Must you mumble? --
Fatima Ysif bears a son --
Nelson Mandela : icon of hope --
African safari --
Flatbush obscenities in Zimbabwe --
Kilian does not have enough to do --
An ode to myself --
The pears of St. Augustine --
The monks of St. John's file in for prayer --
Stripping the altar --
The new song --
The death of my mother --
Toward my first hearing aid.
Responsibility: Kilian McDonnell.
Local System Bib Number:
000551199
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