Language public and poetry
PORES: A Journal of Poetics Research, (5)
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This paper is a response to the collection of essays edited by Tony Lopez and Anthony Caleshu, Poetry and Public Language, based on a conference at the University of Plymouth in 2007. I argue that poetry is a slow politics, and we need to recognise the complexities of the politics in which poetry can engage, especially around discourses of public engagement
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