HIV, mon amour: poems

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Sheep Meadow Press, Dec 1, 1999 - Poetry - 93 pages
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Tory Dent's is a voice like no other. Her use of language is virtuosic, complex, and plangent. These are daring poems that also dare the reader. HIV positive, Dent writes out of her own experience and profound refusal to look away or suspend feeling or turn from love. When her first book of poems, What Silence Equals, appeared in 1993, it was recognized as "immediately one of the great, necessary books to come out of the AIDS crisis, flinging its challenge in the face of death." With HIV, Mon Amour she moves further into the whirlwind -- as witness, lover, and observer.

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Stylistically one of the most daring books to be published in recent years, Dent's astonishing cri de coeur is also emotionally one of the most challenging: in detail as harsh, exacting, and whitely ... Read full review

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I give the first, long poem in the book a 5/5, the rest, unfortunately 1s and 2s. Read full review

Contents

Fourteen Days in Quarantine
3
Magnetic Poetry Kit Poems
17
Clash
32
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