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Feb 18, 2020 - 08:02 AMBy John Stickler

What was it like in the decade after Hiroshima, for an impressionable student in the United States One young man, who graduated from High school in 1955, captured those youthful fears eloquently in a series of poems collected now in a 50 page volume entitled Growing Up Afraid Poems of the Atomic Age, 1953 1963 John C Stickler , a student at The Putney School and thenWhat was it like in the decade after Hiroshima, for an impressionable student in the United States One young man, who graduated from High school in 1955, captured those youthful fears eloquently in a series of poems collected now in a 50 page volume entitled Growing Up Afraid Poems of the Atomic Age, 1953 1963 John C Stickler , a student at The Putney School and then Yale University, has captured the anxiety, the anomie, of that era as only a pure, young intellect could Looking back today, it is surprising how dark a shadow was cast across American society by the mushroom cloud that ended World War II These insightful and moving poems offer a unique historical perspective into an entire post war generation Eleven of the 43 poems in the book were previously published in the The Yale Literary Magazine, The Yale Daily News, The Putney Magazine, Nugget Magazine and elsewhere The style ranges from formal sonnets to Haiku to risque ballads The volume provides a poetic glimpse of one young man s moral beliefs evolving and maturing into a cynical, yet humanistic, ethic.
  • Title: Growing Up Afraid: Poems of the Atomic Age, 1953-1963
  • Author: John Stickler
  • ISBN: 9780961581602
  • Page: 297
  • Format: Paperback

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Growing Up Afraid: Poems of the Atomic Age, 1953-1963 By John Stickler What was it like in the decade after Hiroshima, for an impressionable student in the United States One young man, who graduated from High school in 1955, captured those youthful fears eloquently in a series of poems collected now in a 50 page volume entitled Growing Up Afraid Poems of the Atomic Age, 1953 1963 John C Stickler , a student at The Putney School and thenWhat was it like in the decade after Hiroshima, for an impressionable student in the United States One young man, who graduated from High school in 1955, captured those youthful fears eloquently in a series of poems collected now in a 50 page volume entitled Growing Up Afraid Poems of the Atomic Age, 1953 1963 John C Stickler , a student at The Putney School and then Yale University, has captured the anxiety, the anomie, of that era as only a pure, young intellect could Looking back today, it is surprising how dark a shadow was cast across American society by the mushroom cloud that ended World War II These insightful and moving poems offer a unique historical perspective into an entire post war generation Eleven of the 43 poems in the book were previously published in the The Yale Literary Magazine, The Yale Daily News, The Putney Magazine, Nugget Magazine and elsewhere The style ranges from formal sonnets to Haiku to risque ballads The volume provides a poetic glimpse of one young man s moral beliefs evolving and maturing into a cynical, yet humanistic, ethic.

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