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        Paginationxvi, 92 p. :
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Contemporary Latin American Poetry

The context of the subject matter is more important than the actual definition the term itself may have. Her poetry bursts out of the confines of the page, using images and objects to explore the history of Chinese medicine and bodies in diaspora. The manuscript travels through Africa, the Caribbean, and the USA, including cultures and varieties of English from all of those places. Actually, many people divide it into only two groups—traditional and modern or traditional and contemporary.

Contemporary American Ethnic Poets: Lives, Works, Sources

Who is the best American poet? I remember Addonizio talking about how she used these traditional forms to push herself creatively, but aside from that I do not recall any of them talking about haikus, sonnets, etc. But it is CONTEMPORARY AMERICAN POETS great consideration of the boundaries of a relationship.

The mock sounds of my death, the horsemen and the horsemanes and the horses are bolting over me… Now, the very first blow, now, the solid steel that is severing my breast, the intimate poniard blade planted in my throat. The poet is a little God. Armantrout reminds the reader about the importance of boundaries and the breadth of love. Her poetry is notable for its shifting between phrases, and the space between these points of language.

We often feel an emotional connection to poetry.