Vacation of a Lifetime

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Salt, 2001 - Poetry - 130 pages
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This volume gathers poems from Brady_s sequence, Liberties, with many singular works published in journals or previously uncollected. It presents the first opportunity to survey the territory of her concerted effort to write out the substance, body and system, which conducts and resists the transmission of recent US power surges.

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About the author (2001)

Andrea Brady was born in Philadelphia in 1974. She studied at Columbia University and wrote a doctoral thesis at the University of Cambridge on Renaissance funerary elegy. She now teaches English literature at Brunel University. With Keston Sutherland she runs Barque Press, whose titles include 100 Days, an anthology of dissent against the Bush administration. Laws in Mourning: English Funerary Elegy in the 17th Century is forthcoming from Palgrave in 2005.

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