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by Paul B. Janeczko
Author: Paul B. Janeczko
Publisher: Orchard Books (May 1, 1991)
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An anthology of poetry about being a teenager and adolescent problems and concerns.
Select Format: Hardcover. An anthology of poetry about being a teenager and adolescent problems and concerns. ISBN13: 9780531059012.
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Paul Bryan Janeczko (July 27, 1945 - February 19, 2019) was an American poet and anthologist.
Paul Bryan Janeczko (July 27, 1945 - February 19, 2019) was an American poet and anthologist. He published 40 books beginning in the 1980s, including poetry compilations, non-fiction guides for young writers, and books for teachers. Janeczko was born on July 27, 1945 in Passaic, New Jersey. He was the son of Frank John and Verna (Smolak) Janeczko. Janeczko was not a serious student when he was young. When he enrolled at St. Francis College in Maine he realized what he had missed
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By more than 80 authors, including Robert Penn Warren, Anne Sexton, Langston Hughes, and Herbert Scott, an anthology of recent (70's and 80's) poems plus a few nostalgic looks at long-gone youth, with references to W. .
By more than 80 authors, including Robert Penn Warren, Anne Sexton, Langston Hughes, and Herbert Scott, an anthology of recent (70's and 80's) poems plus a few nostalgic looks at long-gone youth, with references to WW II and earlier. Many relate sharply poignant stories or epiphanies, succinctly and powerfully recalled; Janesczko's familiar themes (. small-town life, Catholic angst) frequently recur.
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Janeczko's Preposterous: Poems of Youth is primarily a book about boys, boys who are not quite men but feel the pull of manhood nonetheless. The opening poem, "Zip on 'Good Advice'" by Gary Hyland, sets the tone for the entire book by calling into question the authority of parents and their good advice. From that point on Janeczko groups his poems around such themes as anger, budding sexuality, the loss of a friend, and the delight to be found in mischief