Poetry/ War, commodities, and the body link together this often intensely autobiographical series of poems. Michael Davidson's most recent collection represents a stunning exploration of the uneasy relation between public and private, pain and pleasure, in our puzzled and puzzling end of the millennium culture. --Susan Howe
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