2 edition of Children of the house afire found in the catalog.
Children of the house afire
D. H. Melhem
|Statement||D. H. Melhem.|
|LC Classifications||PS3563.E442 C5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||81 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||81|
|LC Control Number||76055950|
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Like Notes on 94th Street, Children of the House Afire ranges the lives and locale of the area and remains as a social as well as aesthetic document of situations and places that no longer exist. It is included (with revisions) in New York Poems ().
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The family is eccentric to say the least and Phyllis has this strange little ability to breathe fire/5. It chronicles the life of Phyllis Sorin, a 14, turn year old girl who lives in a large house with her aunts and the various characters that they board. The family is eccentric to say the least and Phyllis has this strange little ability to breathe fire.
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She examines her city from the World Trade Center disaster to the present to the city’s future. New York Poems combines her seminal book of poetry, Notes on 94th Street, with her second volume about the neighborhood, Children of the House Afire, whose emblematic title poem describes a tragic fire she witnessed from her second-floor window.
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See more. by Taylor Henning Writer D.H. Melhem was born to Lebanese immigrant parents in Brooklyn, New York in During her career she authored eight books of poetry including Notes on 94th Street, Children of the House Afire (later turned into a music drama), Rest in Love, Country: An Organic Poem, Poems for You, Conversation with [ ].
by Taylor Henning. Writer D.H. Melhem was born to Lebanese immigrant parents in Brooklyn, New York in During her career she authored eight books of poetry including Notes on 94 th Street, Children of the House Afire (later turned into a music drama), Rest in Love, Country: An Organic Poem, Poems for You, Conversation with a Stonemason, New York Poems, and Art and .A turn-of-the-century fire station becomes a stylish home.
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