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Phantom Noise

by Brian Turner

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Published by Alice James Books in Farmington, USA .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementBrian Turner
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPS3620.U763 P46 2010
The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24490049M
ISBN 109781882295807
LC Control Number2009048264
OCLC/WorldCa456178522

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A phantom noise is the result, a background noise that is always present and is sometimes oddly dominant at the damnedest times. His beautifully crafted poem, "At Lowe's Home Improvement Center," gives us the returned combat veteran reacting to the common sights and sounds of a typical American hardware store, sights and sounds that /5(14).

Phantom Noise is a fine follow-up collection to Brian Turner's first book, Here, Bullet. This book follows a soldier's experience in the Middle East with memories of growing up in the s.

At first, this may seem like a rather odd juxtaposition of subjects, until we think a bit more about the content/5. Phantom Noise is an emotionally engaging and intellectually refreshing volume of modern poetry.

I enjoyed this collection because the collection, as a whole, finds a balance between the poems that focus on the war and the poems that focus on the life of the culturally re-assimilated solider, while even finding room for a few poems that stray entirely from Turner's central war-based themes/5(14).

Phantom Noise - There is this ringing hum this. Brian Turner, known for his writing about the Iraq War, is the author of Phantom Noise (Alice James Books, ), which was shortlisted for the T.

Eliot Prize. Phantom Noise by Brian Turner | Editorial Reviews. Paperback $ Paperback. $ NOOK Book. $ View All Available Formats & Editions. "Turner's second book, Phantom Noise, continues to bear witness looking on with equal parts courage and concern, Brand: Alice James Books.

“Phantom Noise is an enlightening and intriguing contribution to contemporary poetry that reaffirms the talent readers first observed in Brian Turner’s debut book. This rich and resonant new volume proves Brian Turner now has firmly earned a position as one of the nation’s more valuable poets.”.

Phantom Noise by Brian Turner in CHM, DJVU, TXT download e-book. Welcome to our site, dear reader. All content included on our site, such as text, images, digital downloads and other, is the property of it's content suppliers and protected by US and international copyright laws%(). Brian Turner's first book of poems, Here, Bullet, was a harrowing, first-hand account of the Iraq War by a soldier-poet.

In Phantom Noise he pumps up the volume as he faces and tries to deal with the traumatic aftermath of war. Flashbacks explode the. Shortlisted for the T.S. Eliot Prize. Brian Turner's first book of poems, Here, Bullet, was a harrowing, first-hand account of the Iraq War by a Phantom Noise he pumps up the volume as he faces and tries to deal with the traumatic aftermath of war.

Flashbacks explode the daily hell of Baghdad into the streets and malls of peaceful California, at the same time sending. In the aftermath of best-selling Here, Bullet, Brian Turner deftly illuminates existence as both easily extinguishable and ultimately enduring.

These prophetic, osmotic poems wage a daily battle. "In Phantom Noise, the speaker recognizes the degree to which language is a co-creative of reality and as such, these poems begin to interrogate the speaker’s entanglement in acts that he had heretofore largely only recorded.”The American Poetry Review "[Turner's] writing is crisp, reportorial, earnest [He] challenges us to experience war at its worst and confront its human costs.

"In Phantom Noise, the speaker recognizes the degree to which language is a co-creative of reality and as such, these poems begin to interrogate the speakers entanglement in acts that he had heretofore largely only recorded.” The American Poetry Review "[Turner's] writing is crisp, reportorial, earnest [He] challenges us to experience war at its worst and confront its human costs.

His second, Phantom Noise, also bristles with war's devastations, but here conflict appears in flashbacks set against the backdrop of the poet's Californian home. Turner's is. Get this from a library. Phantom noise. [Brian Turner] -- A collection of poems by award-winning poet Brian Turner inspired by his experiences with the 3rd Stryker Brigade Combat Team in Iraq.

Phantom Noise by Brian Turner,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(). Author: Brian Turner Publisher: Alice James Books ISBN: Size: MB Format: PDF, Mobi View: Get Books.

Phantom Noise Phantom Noise by Brian Turner, Phantom Noise Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download Phantom Noise books, A soldier struggles to reintegrate, exploring the foundations of the psyche and how history instructs identity.

Phantom Noise, shortlisted for the T.S. Eliot Prize, is a book everyone should read in these times of carefully controlled information and sanitized pictures of death. While an MFA candidate at The University of Memphis, JP Reese won the Graduate School Creative Writing Award and was on the editorial staff of River City.

The book’s title poem, “Phantom Noise”, eloquently explains, like phantom pain, an irrational ache felt in a limb even after is has been severed from the body, that there is a noise behind the language, a sound for what he’s seen and what it is to be at war. His previous book, Here, Bullet, (one of the finest collections in recent memory) dealt exclusively with his time in Iraq.

Phantom Noise is a broader examination of the new American war. Soldiers now spend much more time identifying enemies than fighting enemies, they are on patrol through marketplaces more than they are on point in combat, and. Brian Turner's first book of poems, Here, Bullet, was a harrowing, first-hand account of the Iraq War by a soldier-poet.

In Phantom Noise he pumps up the volume as he faces and tries to deal with the traumatic aftermath of s:. Phantom Noise by Brian Turner reader, KB Overview: In the aftermath of best-selling Here, Bullet, Brian Turner deftly illuminates existence as both easily extinguishable and ultimately enduring.

These prophetic, osmotic poems wage a daily battle for normalcy, seeking structure in the quotidian while grappling with the absence of forgetting.“Phantom Noise is an enlightening and intriguing contribution to contemporary poetry that reaffirms the talent readers first observed in Brian Turner’s debut book.

This rich and resonant new volume proves Brian Turner now has firmly earned a position as one of. Tinnitus, odd neurochemical mix-up in brain, afflicts over 50 million Americans, causing them to hear phantom noises from time to time; some 20 percent of people with tinnitus find pinging or.