Way of Whiteness

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Wings Press, 2000 - Poetry - 72 pages
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Deeply personal as well as visionary and funny, this collection is reminiscent of both Plath and Thoreau.

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Contents

Taking a Language
5
Of Mice and Men
11
The Bottom
18
Generation
29
Facing Masks
36
Mermaids the Singing
42
Ill WAY OF WHITENS
51
Practicality Foam and Nighties
57
Inheritance
64
Way of Whiteness
71
Copyright

About the author (2000)

Wendy Barker is the author of numerous books of poetry and criticism and is an acclaimed critic of Emily Dickinson. She is also a Fulbright lecturer, award-winning translator, and NEA fellow.

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