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Download Sonnets Shakespeare mobi ↠ 160 pages ò Bronwen Wallace Memorial Award winning poet Sonnet L'Abbé returns with her third collection a work that breaks open the sonnet and invents an entirely new poetic formHow in this current political moment do we grapple with how some cultures take the place of others? In Sonnet's ShakPian constraint and erasure poetries to harness the raw energies of her hyperconfessional trauma forged lyric voiceThis is a writer's magnum opus and mixed race girl's diary; the voice of a settler on aboriginal territory and a sexual assault survivor the mash up stylings of a Sylvia Plath and Public Enemy fan Touching on such themes as gender trouble and video games Indigenous resurgence the role of poetry and the search for interracial love this book is one that Shakespeare will forever sub utter a poetic achievement of massive scope and historical significance

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Ry she will inhabit Letter by letter she settles her own language into the white spaces of Shakespeare's poems until she overwhelms the original text and effectively erases Shakespeare's voice by assimilating his words into hers In each of the 154 dense new poems sits one colonized Shakespearean sonnet displaced spoken over but never entirely silenced L'Abbé invented the process to find a way to sing from a body that knows both oppression and privilege Think Christian Bök's Eunoia meets Claudia Rankine's Citizen L'Abbé has used the procedural techniues of Ouli

Sonnet L'Abbé ✓ Sonnets Shakespeare eBook

Sonnets Shakespeare Bronwen Wallace Memorial Award winning poet Sonnet L'Abbé returns with her third collection a work that breaks open the sonnet and invents an entirely new poetic formHow in this current political moment do we grapple with how some cultures take the place of others? In Sonnet's Shakespeare Sonnet L'Abbé decides to explore her own colonizing impulses turning them on the Bard intent on taking his place in the poetic canon In a defiant act of literary patricide and a feat of painstaking poetic labour the poet works with the pages of Shakespeare's sonnets as territo