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R's Boat by Lisa Robertson
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I wanted narrative to be a picture of distances ringed in purple. Then I wanted it to be electronic fields exempt from sentiment. Then I wanted it to be the patient elaboration of my senses. The boldly original Canadian poet Lisa Robertson has received high praise for the uncompromising intelligence and style of her poetry. In "R's Boat", she brings us to the crossroads of poetry, theory, the body, and cultural criticism. These poems bring fresh vehemence to Robertson's ongoing examination of the changing shape of feminism, the male-dominated philosophical tradition, the daily forms of discourse, and the possibilities of language itself. Praise for Lisa Robertson's "The Men": 'In "The Men", as in much of her work, Robertson makes intellect seductive; only her poetry could turn swooning into a critical gesture' - "Village Voice". 'Robertson writes both from within and against the tradition-splitting, seeding, and suturing the cracks in each ideational edifice...Her occupations with past forms lead not to a backward-looking poetry but forward to a fresh field of inquiry, an imaginatively created utopia' - "Boston Review".

Author Biography

Lisa Robertson is the author of The Apothecary; XEclogue; Debbie: An Epic, nominated for the Governor General's Award in 1998; The Weather, awarded the Relit Poetry Prize; Occasional Work and Seven Walks from the Office for Soft Architecture, a Village Voice top book of 2004; Rousseau's Boat, which won the bp Nichol Chapbook Award; and Lisa Robertson's Magenta Soul Whip.
Release date Australia
March 2nd, 2010
Country of Publication
United States
Illustrations
1 b/w photograph
Imprint
University of California Press
Pages
96
Dimensions
152x203x9
ISBN-13
9780520262393
Product ID
4047614

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