Dwell

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Talonbooks, 1993 - Poetry - 98 pages
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A long poem that blends and bends the lyric, procedural poetry, the travelogue and extended forms, Dwell lives in, or dwells on, the interaction of a restless subjectivity with the seemingly transparent, yet identifiable, social codes that encase us.

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Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
18
Section 3
19
Section 4
20
Section 5
23
Section 6
25
Section 7
29
Section 8
32
Section 9
46
Section 10
48
Section 11
50
Section 12
106
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About the author (1993)

Jeff Derksen Jeff Derksen's poetry and critical writing on art, urbanism and text have been published in Europe and North America. He collaborates on visual art and research projects (focusing on urban issues) with the research collective Urban Subjects. Derksen's Down Time won the 1991 Dorothy Livesay Poetry Award at the BC Book Prizes. Jeff Derksen Jeff Derksen's poetry and critical writing on art, urbanism and text have been published in Europe and North America. He collaborates on visual art and research projects (focusing on urban issues) with the research collective Urban Subjects. Derksen's Down Time won the 1991 Dorothy Livesay Poetry Award at the BC Book Prizes.

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