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Subject: COMIC STRIPS
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ANIMAL MAGNETISM; THE PSEUDO-PHILOSOPHER BAFFLED, by LAURENCE HYNES HALLORAN    Poem Text            
First Line: The invited guests in silent order sat
Last Line: He from her presence sneaked, completely humbled!
Subject(s): Comic Strips; Laughter; Philosophy & Philosophers


DICK TRACY'S YELLOW HAT, by PETER ORLOVSKY    Poem Source            
First Line: Dick tracy's yellow hat & blacksuit
Last Line: & her golden hair must be saved under %the dark sky
Subject(s): Comic Strips


FARM IMPLEMENTS AND RUTABAGAS IN A LANDSCAPE, by JOHN ASHBERY    Poem Text         Recitation by Author     Poet's Biography
First Line: The first of the undecoded messages read: 'popeye sits in thunder.'
Subject(s): Comic Strips


FARM IMPLEMENTS AND RUTABAGAS IN A LANDSCAPE, by JOHN ASHBERY    Poem Source             Poet's Biography
First Line: The first of the undecoded messages read: 'popeye sits in thunder.'
Last Line: It sure was pleasant to spend a day in the country
Subject(s): Comic Strips


I AM KEENLY DISAPPOINTED. I EAGERLY AWAIT, by JAMES SCHUYLER    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Zug. / zumph. These words
Subject(s): Farm Life; Comic Strips; Agriculture; Farmers


KATZENJAMMER KIDS, by JAMES REANEY    Poem Source            
First Line: With porcupine locks
Subject(s): Comic Strips


ORIGIN OF OLIVE OYL, by DENISE DUHAMEL    Poem Source             Poet's Biography
First Line: When olive was an embryo, she curled her thumbs
Last Line: Olive, so many dots of color, rearranging herself like nomenclature
Subject(s): Comic Strips; Popeye (comic Strip); Women


THE ORIGIN OF OLIVE OYL, by DENISE DUHAMEL    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: When olive was an embryo, she curled her thumbs
Last Line: Sometimes popeye smoked a pipe and sometimes he didnít
Subject(s): Comic Strips; Popeye (comic Strip); Women


THE TEN BEST ISSUES OF COMIC BOOKS, by ALICE NOTLEY    Poem Text         Recitation by Author     Poet's Biography
First Line: 1. X-men #141 & 142
Subject(s): Comic Strips