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Abiku

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Language: English

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This Handbook offers an authoritative and up-to-date collection of original essays bringing together ground breaking research into the development of contemporary poetry in Britain and Ireland. They thus iron out diversity and multiplicity by dividing the world into such binaries as us and them, real and unreal, authentic and fake, original and imitation, true and false, poet and poetaster, and shift the attention away from the local, toward the centre.

Pages: 142

Publisher: Vantage Pr; 1st edition (December 1983)

ISBN: 053305110X

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