jazz after dinner review

jazz after dinner review - Jeremy Berger February 11, 2008...

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Jeremy Berger February 11, 2008 A Review of Jazz After Dinner This collection of poems is a great read that touches on the many deep emotions brought out by complex life experiences. Some themes of the book are religion, fighting injustice, and the need for freedom. The poems of the book display all conceivable emotions from sorrow to love. More than that, many different styles of rhyme and rhythm are used to convey advice about celebration of life and dealing with its hardships. One tribulation of life, discrimination is explored in the poem Overcharged. This poem plays out the experience of getting charged for four nights instead of three. The anger felt when “logic and explanation” fall on deaf ears. The manager refuses to acknowledge the “simple fact” that the customer is correct. The poem speaks of the need for justice, and longing to not have to deal with this type of “devilment”. Another incredibly emotionally charged poem from the collection is,
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