Nolan is a Mexican kid from LA. The Nolan poems chronicle his journey across Southern California and Mexico. Jonathan Ezequiel Donabo builds a world in magical realism to explore family, identity, death, and all the things poets talk about, through a coming of age story for a boy in the system. Throughout the Nolan collection, Jonathan Donabo parodies multiple literary personas such as T.S. Eliot's J. Alfred Prufrock, John Berryman's Huffy Henry, and James Joyce's Bloom--and thus transfiguring them through Nolan.
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