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Mama Dada by Jan Horner
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Mama Dada


$17.00

WINNER: Aqua Books/Lansdowne Prize for Poetry


Jan Horner’s poetry has always focused on extraordinary women and Mama Dada is no exception. Baroness Else von Freytag Loringhoven is perhaps her most outrageous subject yet.


WINNER: Aqua Books/Lansdowne Prize for Poetry

Jan Horner’s poetry has always focused on extraordinary women and Mama Dada is no exception. Baroness Else von Freytag-Loringhoven was called the “first American Dada” and could be considered a “proto-punk” or an early performance artist. Horner’s sharp and elegant poems reveal Else’s character and her rough and extravagant life through her eyes and the eyes of her suitors.

 

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