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Free Read Dura - by Myung Mi Kim Juliana Spahr (Preface) Stephen Hong Sohn (Afterword) - Dura, Dura Poetry Reprint The politics and poetics of language culture and self all collide in Myung Mi Kim s DURA a contemporary classic of Asian American and experimental literature brought back into print

  • Title: Dura
  • Author: Myung Mi Kim Juliana Spahr (Preface) Stephen Hong Sohn (Afterword)
  • ISBN: 9780976718598
  • Page: 192
  • Format: Paperback

Free Read Dura - by Myung Mi Kim Juliana Spahr (Preface) Stephen Hong Sohn (Afterword), Dura, Myung Mi Kim Juliana Spahr (Preface) Stephen Hong Sohn (Afterword), Dura Poetry Reprint The politics and poetics of language culture and self all collide in Myung Mi Kim s DURA a contemporary classic of Asian American and experimental literature brought back into print by Nightboat Books on the tenth anniversary of its original publication This edition features a preface by Juliana Spahr and an afterword by Stephen Hong Sohn Also availabPoetry Reprint The polit Free Read Dura - by Myung Mi Kim Juliana Spahr (Preface) Stephen Hong Sohn (Afterword) - Dura, Dura Poetry Reprint The politics and poetics of language culture and self all collide in Myung Mi Kim s DURA a contemporary classic of Asian American and experimental literature brought back into print

  • Free Read Dura - by Myung Mi Kim Juliana Spahr (Preface) Stephen Hong Sohn (Afterword)
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About "Myung Mi Kim Juliana Spahr (Preface) Stephen Hong Sohn (Afterword)"

  1. Myung Mi Kim Juliana Spahr (Preface) Stephen Hong Sohn (Afterword)

    Myung Mi Kim born December 6, 1957 is a Korean American poet noted for her postmodern writings.Kim and her family immigrated to the United States when she was 9 years old She holds a Masters of Fine Arts from the University of Iowa and lectured for some years on creative writing at the San Francisco State University She is currently Professor of English at the University at Buffalo from

117 Comments

  1. I can t remember the last time I read a book so awful According to the translator s introduction, this book is about the politics of language, but you would be hard pressed to find textual evidence to support that amidst what seem to be a hodgepodge of words thrown together at random Not recommended to anyone except for folks who love vague post modern drivel.


  2. This poetry collection is a challenge, but I like it still It has a playfulness with language that seductively carries the reader along, often so fragmented that certain word groupings can appear meaningless However, over the course of the text, the political undertones of the collection cannot be ignored This work is about the brutal force of capital and its attendant collateral damage over an amazing sweep of time, not simply limited to the conflation of the author Myung Mi Kim with her person [...]


  3. I told Donato this will hurt your brain in a good way in very few words He said, like the Tractatus Plus diaspora.Language shaped into substance and bursting with ideas A fulcrum in the progressive awakening This will always be a radiant exemplar for me.


  4. and the unremarkable become the stuff of dust listen with your eyes because here you cannot decipher what is said out of the effort of mouth


  5. An incredible piece of work, one that should be mandatory for all translators, certainly A stunning and able re imagining of the politics of the English language.



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