Hearts and Minds: Bodies, Poetry, and Resistance in the Vietnam Era
During the Vietnam war, a stream of poetry writing occurred in the US as a tool in the struggle for cultural revolution. This study offers criticism of these poems against cultural theories. It surveys poems written in the context of Black Liberation, Women's Liberation and GI Resistance activism.
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