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Blanche, Two Chaucers and the Stanley Family

Rethinking the Reception of The Book of the Duchess

Simon Meecham-Jones

spurious) discourses and the accumulation of post-hoc speculation, wish fulfilment and error. None of Chaucer’s poems has suffered more grievously from such distracting obscuration than The Book of the Duchess (hereafter BD), but it is clear, also, that

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Stephan Dudeck

.95 (paperback). ISBN 978-1-941830-38-3 This small book of 78 pages including short essays and a few poems could easily escape attention if one did not recognize the authors’ powerful message. In short form, they present the essence of what unites indigenous

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Elizabeth Mazzola

What meanes shall she out seeke, or what wayes take How shall she know, how shall she finde the man? —The Faerie Queene 3.3. 25.2–3 Catching himself looking away is a regular impulse in Spenser’s poems, recording the whereabouts of his gaze a habit

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Tomaz Šalamun, Pia Tafdrup, and Yehoshua November

Abraham Abulafia

6 poems from Tarkovsky's Horses (2006)

Walking Already I Feel Like an Old Man

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“Something Good Distracts Us from the Bad”

Girls Cultivating Disruption

Crystal Leigh Endsley

, used her poem to inform us that desire and violence co-exist where she comes from because “down here, we will kiss and then kill you” (Fieldnotes, April 2016). Clarsey complicates the controlling narrative with more context in her following spoken line

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Lolita Speaks

Disrupting Nabokov’s “Aesthetic Bliss”

Michele Meek

child incest victim. In this article, I examine several revisionary texts that present Lolita’s voice as a first person narrator, such as Kim Morrissey’s Poems for Men Who Dream of Lolita (1992) ; Pia Pera’s Lo’s Diary (published in Italian in 1995

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George Dundas, Roger Craik, and John Lucas

Leros Summer 1939 GEORGE DUNDAS

Friday Night De Toog Eetcafe, Amsterdam ROGER CRAIK

Found Poem Thorn Gruin’s Sorrowful Sonnet JOHN LUCAS

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Theophilus Kwek

All titles (in bold), and some lines in the poem are taken directly from the Flash Report of the OHCHR’s Mission to Bangladesh, ‘Interviews with Rohingyas Fleeing from Myanmar since 9 October 2016’, published on 3 February, 2017 and available at

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Ronald de Rooy

episode, motif or character. Because of the illustrations’ specific character and their large number (a total of three hundred for only one canticle), Vincenzo Salerno has argued that this edition is a hybrid, halfway between illustrated poem and graphic

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Matthew Zarnowiecki

different ways of presenting, or rather representing, this book. These choices inevitably accrue into an overall understanding of the poems, presented to the reader explicitly in the introduction or other accompanying text, and foisted onto the reader