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KL-18GE Thermal insulation electric kettle with color steel pot body, high-end quality, capacity 1.8L, convenient one-key open design, the use of strix thermostat, after 12000 switch test, the whole joint high-end electric kettle, 5 consecutive years of sales ahead, safe and healthy Good kettle, the preferred all-line brand
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Function & Features
1.Unique double enclosure insulation design
2.Easy to store the cable chassis winding device
3.Fashion hull design
4.Large Caliber Design
5.A key damping switch
6.360 ° split base, pick up and place more easily
7.SUS 304 food grade stainless steel
Application and use
Business organizations, supermarkets, large stores, chain stores, large sales, star-rated hotels, restaurants, travel agents, pharmacies.
Suitable for coffee, tea, milk, etc
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Thomas Lux was one of America’s liveliest and most wildly imaginative poets. Sadly, he died from lung cancer in February 2017, aged 70. Neil Astley filmed him reading his poems and talking about his life and work in November 2014 at Snape Maltings, Suffolk, where he was performing at Aldeburgh Poetry Festival.
Born in Northampton, Massachusetts, in December 1946, to working-class parents, he grew up on a dairy farm, helping his father with milk deliveries. He studied at Emerson College, Boston, and later, briefly, at the University of Iowa. He taught for 27 years at Sarah Lawrence College, and did spells of teaching at many other universities across the States before becoming Bourne Professor of Poetry and director of Poetry@Tech at the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta.
After starting out as a neo-surrealist American poet in the 1970s, Lux ‘drifted away from surrealism and the arbitrariness of all that. I got more interested in subjects, identifiable subjects other than my own angst or ennui.’ The later Lux writes more directly in response to more familiar but no less strange human experience, creating a body of work that is at once simple and complex, wildly imaginative and totally relevant. He uses humour or satire ‘to help combat the darkness… to make the reader laugh – and then steal that laugh, right out of the throat. Because I think life is like that, tragedy right alongside humour.’
Each of Lux’s multi-faceted poems is self-contained, whether it is musing or ranting, lamenting or lambasting, first person personal or first person universal. ‘Usually, the speaker of my poems is a little agitated,’ said Lux, ‘a little smart-ass, a little angry, satirical, despairing. Or, sometimes he’s goofy, somewhat elegiac, full of praise and gratitude.’
He published twelve collections of poetry. His “switchover” collection was Half Promised Land in 1986, which marked a sea change in his work. Split Horizon in 1994 won him the Kingsley-Tufts Award, making it possible for him to devote much more time and energy to his poetry at a crucial stage in the evolution of his work. His later books include New and Selected Poems 1975-1995, published in 1997, which shows the poet before and after his “recovery” from Surrealism, and was followed by The Street of Clocks (2001), The Cradle Place (2004), God Particles (2008), Child Made of Sand (2012) and To the Left of Time (2016). He published two books of poetry in Britain, The Street of Clocks – from Arc in 2001 – and his Selected Poems (2014) from Bloodaxe. He also edited I Am Flying Into Myself: Selected Poems of Bill Knott (2017).
Many poetry lovers in Britain and Ireland will have fond memories of his recent readings at Aldeburgh Poetry Festival, Cúirt International Festival of Literature in Galway, Newcastle Centre for the Literary Arts and Hull Literature Festival. The Cúirt event led to the publication of his first UK Selected Poems, from Bloodaxe in 2014 (bloodaxebooks.com/ecs/product/selected-poems-146). Special thanks are due to the Poetry Trust and Aldeburgh Poetry Festival. This film includes nine poems from his Selected Poems: ‘Wife Hits Moose’, ‘A Little Tooth’, ‘The People of the Other Village’, ‘An Horatian Notion’, ‘“I Love You Sweatheart”’, ‘Refrigerator, 1957’, ‘Cucumber Fields Crossed by High-Tension Wires’, ‘Plague Victims Catapulted Over Walls into Besieged City’ and ‘Tarantulas on the Lifebuoy’. It is one of 50 videos included in the DVD-anthology In Person: World Poets, filmed and edited by Pamela Robertson-Pearce and Neil Astley (Bloodaxe Books, May 2017): see bloodaxebooks.com/ecs/product/in-person-world-poets-dvd-book–1080
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