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Silent Anatomies (Kore Press First Book Award for Poetry)


Silent Anatomies (Kore Press First Book Award for Poetry) by Kore Press at Charles Freeland Poetry. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Poetry. Art. Asian & Asian American Studies. 2014 Kore Press First Book Winner, selected by Joy Harjo. SILENT ANATOMIES is a poetic-visual hybrid


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Poetry. Art. Asian & Asian American Studies. 2014 Kore Press First Book Winner, selected by Joy Harjo. SILENT ANATOMIES is a poetic-visual hybrid that traverses the body's terrain, examining the phenomena of cultural silences. Whether it is shame obscuring the female body, the social stigma shrouding certain illnesses, or the cryptic stories of her ancestors, Monica Ong interrogates the agency of the daughter, who must decide whether or not to speak out. What happens to stories that go underreported, un-translated, or are completely erased?

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Manufacturer:Kore Press
Publisher:Kore Press
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EAN:9781888553697
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Item Size:0.25 x 10 x 10 inches
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Package Size:7.3 x 0.2 x 0.2 inches

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