A Language Dark Enough by Tony Whedon
Essays on Exile (First Series: Creative Nonfiction)

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In eighteen essays collected under a title from Dante's Inferno, poet Tony Whedon travels the world in search of a language that describes "home." Through music, words, movements through time and space-all that speaks on canvas, stone, and film-the voices of exiles "here bear witness.

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Published March 1, 2004 by Mid List Pr. 245 pages
Genres: Travel, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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A former professional jazz trombonist turned professor of writing at Vermont's Johnson State College, Whedon draws on his musical background and passion for literature in this collection of personal ruminations, wild travel tales and riffs on poverty and political oppression.

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