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Homeless in the Eighties book. In Homeless in the Eighties, Claire Burch begins with tough-talking free-verse that tells the facts and feelings of the homeless experience in a blunt but evocative style

Homeless in the Eighties book. In Homeless in the Eighties, Claire Burch begins with tough-talking free-verse that tells the facts and feelings of the homeless experience in a blunt but evocative style. She takes the reader on a thorough tour of homeless life the shelters, the soup kitchens, the crash pads, and gives the non-homeless an intimate glimpse of the bonding and conflicts between the drifters.

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Homeless in the eighties: poetry, photographs, and paintings (1989). Stranger on the planet: The small book of Laurie (1997). Homeless in the nineties: selected poetry (1994). Charles Darwin in Cyberspace: A Novel (1995). How I got out of jail and ran for governor of Indiana: the Jim Moore story as told to Claire Burch (1995). What really killed Rosebud? (2001). Burch, Claire, The Ghost of Haight Ashbury Meets Timothy Leary, Regent Press, retrieved 2017-03-12. "2008 Official Selections". Berkeley Video and Film Festival.

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Homeless in the Nineties : Selected Poetry. Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13: 9780916147198.

Homeless in the 90sPaperback – 1994. by Claire Burch(Author). International product from outside the United States. Book by Burch, Claire. Manufacturer warranty may not apply.

Tommy Wiseau gives us "Homeless In America" as it is, real people, real lives. I enjoyed watching this documentary about the homeless. I would like to see the homeless in the USA because this only showed homeless in one area. I am from an area where homeless are a dime a dozen and I would never even talk to them. This documentary makes me feel like I am having a conversation with the homeless. This wasn't as long and boring as I thought because I am not a fan of documentaries but this one was enjoyable to watch. It made me see homeless in a better light.

Homeless in Eau Claire, Eau Claire. I have a gentleman that relocated to Eau Claire in the last month, who is a Christian. He has had some health challenges over the last few years, and has not been able to work. He is working on getting his chiropractic license in Wisconsin, which is the work he has previously done in other states. We are looking for a Christian man/men or family, who may have a room for him to stay in, as he gets back on his feet.

A trust fund kid who thinks homeless people are 'lazy' discovers sleeping rough is harder than he thought after spending three days . Hardly anyone is going to be homeless if they've been brought up in the right environment

A trust fund kid who thinks homeless people are 'lazy' discovers sleeping rough is harder than he thought after spending three days posing as a vagrant. Hanif, 21, enjoys a life of riches in Norfolk, casually splashing the cash on expensive jewellery and designer clothes. He reveals he recently purchased four watches, each costing an eye-watering £33,500, because he thinks they are a 'good investment'. Hardly anyone is going to be homeless if they've been brought up in the right environment. Hanif, 21, from Norfolk, is heir to a massive fortune and tops up his personal trust fund by trading stocks. For three days, the trader will live rough on the streets.

In Homeless in the Eighties, Claire Burch begins with tough-talking free-verse that tells the facts and feelings of the homeless experience in a blunt but evocative style. She takes the reader on a thorough tour of homeless life the shelters, the soup kitchens, the crash pads, and gives the non-homeless an intimate glimpse of the bonding and conflicts between the drifters. Alternating between the voice of the poet and the voice of the street, Burch describes the situation and doesn't hesitate to place the blame. The rest of the book is devoted to her photos of people on the street, expanding on her themes. Like the poetry, the pictures are often angry and accusatory, but again there is warmth and humanity as well. The images show a range and depth of emotion, intercut with surreal paintings and collages in revealing juxtapositions. It is a spirited book. Perhaps sentimental, certainly poignant, but not at all a tear-jerker aimed at the soft touch. It's simply very honest and direct a strong expression of a knowledgeable view on a very human predicament, as complex as human predicaments always must be.
Homeless in the Eighties download epub
Author: Claire Burch
ISBN: 0916147096
Category: Arts & Photography
Language: English
Publisher: Regent Pr (January 1, 1989)
Pages: 30 pages