Busted

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Coach House Books, 2001 - Poetry - 110 pages
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Busted is a book about governance, and a catalogue of possible relations. It explores a litany of genres concerned with allegiance and refusal, and inhabits the array of ways we do or don't jive with self, group and governing relations. It is a polemic, it is a collage that interrogates how language and linguistic discourses contribute to shaping the relationship between the subject and polity.

 

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Contents

Section 1
62
Section 2
93
Section 3
112
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About the author (2001)

Nancy Shaw and Catriona Strang first met at the collective of the Kootenay School of Writing, and their collaborative work has appeared in many magazines, most recently in Big Allis and Raddle moon. Catriona Strang's Low fancy and Nancy Shaw's Scoptocratic were both published by ECW Press in 1993; they have also published several collaborative chapbooks. Catriona Strang lives in Vancouver, and Nancy Shaw is dividing her time between Vancouver, Montreal and New York.

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