False Memory is a major political poem, written through the events of the 1990s, representing the damaged world that we know in all its violence and inequality. Focusing on public language rather than private experience, False Memory is an hilarious collage of all the specialized jargons and advertised slogans that situate us in the postmodern world.
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Studies in Classic American Literature
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