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Experimental/Innovative Poetry, 1990-93av Liz Waldner169
These poems are explorations into the personal, social, and political nature of speech. While this poet speaks of the identity as a product of class, gender, history, and language, she nonetheless demands attention be paid to the individual as a constellation of these speaking agencies.
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