The Day the World Ends: Poems

The Day the World Ends Poems From one of the most inventive and celebrated filmmakers of the twentieth century and co creator of such classics as Fargo No Country for Old Men and True Grit a collection of poems that offers hu

  • Title: The Day the World Ends: Poems
  • Author: Ethan Coen
  • ISBN: 9780307956309
  • Page: 228
  • Format: Paperback
  • From one of the most inventive and celebrated filmmakers of the twentieth century, and co creator of such classics as Fargo, No Country for Old Men, and True Grit, a collection of poems that offers humor and insight into an artist who has always pushed the boundaries of his craft.Ethan Coen s screenplays have surprised and delighted international audiences with their hilarFrom one of the most inventive and celebrated filmmakers of the twentieth century, and co creator of such classics as Fargo, No Country for Old Men, and True Grit, a collection of poems that offers humor and insight into an artist who has always pushed the boundaries of his craft.Ethan Coen s screenplays have surprised and delighted international audiences with their hilarious vision and bizarrely profound understanding of human nature This eccentric genius is revealed again in The Day the World Ends, a remarkable range of poems that are as funny, ribald, provocative, raw, and often touching as the brilliant films that have made the Coen brothers cult legends.

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  • Ethan Coen

    Joel Coen and Ethan Coen, known together professionally as the Coen brothers, are four time Academy Award winning American filmmakers For than twenty years, the pair have written and directed numerous successful films, ranging from screwball comedies O Brother, Where Art Thou , Raising Arizona, The Hudsucker Proxy to film noir Miller s Crossing, Blood Simple, The Man Who Wasn t There, No Country for Old Men , to movies where genres blur together Fargo, The Big Lebowski, and Barton Fink The brothers write, direct and produce their films jointly, although until recently Joel received sole credit for directing and Ethan for producing They often alternate top billing for their screenplays while sharing film credits for editor under the alias Roderick Jaynes They are known in the film business as the two headed director , as they share such a similar vision of what their films are to be that actors say that they can approach either brother with a question and get the same answer.


  • I am not typically a fan of poems but I do appreciate someone who writes poetry. I mean true poetry without having to make sure that every line rhymes.The poems in this book range from the really short to the long like:Self-AssessmentIn his heart a young fighter expects no defeats, Every ham can play Hamlet, all poets are KeatsAnd all women are Garbo and men Cary Grant, Being each of us all his own best sycophant.The Day the World EndsThe day the worlds endsThere will be the sound of a long, whi [...]

  • (Poems)By Ethan CoenBroadway Paperbacks, 121 pgs978-0-307-95630-9Rating: 2The Day the World Ends (Poems) is a thin (literally and figuratively) collection of poetry brought to us by Ethan Coen, celebrated writer of screenplays for movies such as Fargo, The Big Lebowski and Raising Arizona. What most of us don't know is that Mr. Coen has also published volumes of short stories and poems such as Gates of Eden: Stories and The Drunken Driver Has the Right of Way: Poems.I have been a fan of Ethan Co [...]

  • I am a huge fan of the Coen Brothers. I love their wicked sense of humor and range in filmmaking. Their ideas are creative and full of different kinds of fun and their movies are worth it. They're also kind of weird - the brothers and the movies. I like weird.I didn't expect to review a book of poems by Ethan Coen, but April is National Poetry Month and when the copy was offered to me I couldn't resist. I figured this would be a good book to let hang around the house in various locations so I co [...]

  • Does wisdom fret at what's in storeAnd boggle at what's gone before--Or rather does it not, like us,Do what it must, and nothing more?And is there credo any knowMore sound than that--to just adjust,adjust, adjust, adjust, adjust,And every trouble, worry, woe,Ignore, ignore, ignore, ignore?That's the second stanza of Coen's first poem (titled "We Sheep") in this short collection and not at all what I had expected. I thought it beautiful, Eliot-esque even.From there it degenerates ("degenerates" s [...]

  • As I have mentioned before, I am not a frequent reader of poetry. In fact, I couldn't remember the last time I had read any poetry before this month. I was a little apprehensive above agreeing to review this collection of poetry but was willing to give it a try when I saw who the poet was and also remembered that April was National Poetry Month. So, first, the poet. Ethan Coen. One half of the Coen Brothers who are responsible for some of my favorite movies: Fargo, Burn After Reading, Raising Ar [...]

  • I won this book in a giveaway, since I'm a big fan of the Coen brothers.These poems are mostly humorous. The humor mainly revolves around sex, women, and toilet jokes. About half of them are witty poems that work their way up to the punchline. There are also dozens of limericks and poems that are quite short and crude throughout. All of them would be perfect for entertaining the drunken.Not all of them are entirely funny. One poem entitled "My Father's Briefcase" is a solemn recollection of a h [...]

  • Prior to reading this book, I was unaware that the author was a writer of such classics as "The Big Lebowski" and "Raising Arizona." While I enjoyed these movies, I was disappointed in the quality of poetry this book provided.I have been a fan of poetry for several years, and my personal tastes are geared towards classic poetry, which many modern reviewers consider to be "high-brow." I am always interested in poets who break new ground with their writing; unfortunately, I believe the contributio [...]

  • The Day the World Ends by Ethan Coen, one half of the Coen Brothers film making team with great films under their belt like Brother, Where Art Thou? and No Country for Old Men, is a twisted and unexpectedly thoughtful collection in places. The limericks are bawdy and remind me of Christopher Moore‘s humorous prose, but less in the smart and sassy humor and more in the low-class bathroom humor sense. Necromancy Never Pays stated that the poetry in the volume is geared toward a male audience, an [...]

  • I won this book from a giveaway hosted by booksake check there site out.One half of the Coen brothers, famous for their movies; Fargo and The Big Lebowski one of my favorite movies. I decided to give poetry another try.Ethan uses one of my favorite languages "Bad Language" with his poetry of sad, happy, funny and how the world may end. Kinda reminds me of the rock bands song "Tool - Aniema" This will definitely give some laughs and wants to read to others. I have one of his other collection of p [...]

  • I received the book for free through First Reads. It feels like I could have written everything in here, which is both the strength and weakness of this book. Coarse, sophomoric, and at times humorous, the whole thing reads a bit like the collection from a 2nd year English major. There are moments of beauty and insight, but they are so far apart they seem a bit like an aberrationbut really, who doesn't like farts?

  • Another delightful collection of poetry from Mr. Coen. I think what I like most about his work is the way he crafts the most ridiculously themed poems while strictly adhering to the rules of the various poetic forms. I mean, there's one carefully constructed multiple verse poem dealing with the views of various countries and nationalities regarding the fart. Also, he's once again included pages and pages of the most bawdy and irreverent limericks ever.

  • This was the first book I received from a giveaway and I was really excited to find it in the mailbox. I tore right into it. The poetry is at times thoughtful, at times fippant, and mostly shocking to the senses - especially after the first poem was heartfelt and calm. The difference between poem one and two is not for the faint-hearted. Overall I enjoyed the book and found myself reading the poetry aloud to my husband on many occasions.

  • I won this book as an ARC read from Good reads. I am a fan of the Coen brothes i was pleased to win a copy. there are some good and funny poems. I especially liked Star a peom about a bull's perspective at a bull fight I was on the bull's side am amusing take on turning 50. I would warn readers this book can be pretty crude. lot's of sex jokes dealing with male and female body parts. i did like some of the poems though. If you are a Coen brother's fan. you may like Ethan Coen's book.

  • I won this on giveaway and I have to say that I didn't really enjoy the book all that much. I hate to write a bad review but I have to. The only poem that I liked was "Each to Each" and the limericks were funny. The book felt like it was written by a high schooler. I love the movies that he makes with his brother, but not this. Sorry.

  • I expected this to be closer to other off-beat writings that I've read from ethan coen but found this new book of poetry to be a much more sincere and overall a genuine poetry collection with some profound wordplay.

  • Mostly an overly bawdy and trite collection of poems that could have been written by a sex crazed middle schooler.k out the few gems " to the English language," "the one that got away," "can you explain," and "to a moth"

  • giveaway win.I wasn't really sure what to expect at first and as I read, I noticed that these poems were random, interesting, and intriguing. I didn't really know what to think about it all, on the other hand, I enjoyed them all--some more than others.

  • I'm only so interested in scatological poetry, but a few gems like the one about therapy make this worth at least 2 stars.

  • I won this book from giveaway. There were a few poems that I liked and some I found funny. Some a little bit too much for me but overall, it's a great book.

  • Decent book. Not your boring plain poetry. Quick read. Once I started the book, I didn't put it down till done!I received the book for free through First Reads.

  • This book was super perverse and I was shocked by how obsessed the author was with sex. Also, not the best written piece I've ever read. I found myself incredibly bored.

  • In the vein of Roth and Updike, middle aged fascination with bodily functions, mortality, and sex. There's some gems, and there are some long winded elegies to middle age.

  • Some of the poems were really dry. probally would not have bought it if i did not win it on first reads giveaways

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