Motion in Poetry

Motion in Poetry

Book - 2002
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Motion in Poetry charts a journey in language that is rich in contemporary African-Canadian rhythms. Invoking the spirit of Toronto's dub poet legends, Brathwaite makes a name for herself within the spoken word vernacular, while in other poems, strict, Standard English is put to the service of her unique and powerful storytelling. Motion in Poetry reads like a swaying ride through life, love, raw desire, political irony, fiery emotions about race, class and gender, touching sadness and sweet, dry humour.
Publisher: Toronto : Women's Press, 2002
Edition: 1st pbk. ed. --
ISBN: 9780889614017
0889614016
Branch Call Number: 819.16 Motio
Characteristics: 172 p

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