I, too, dislike it

I too dislike it Poetry For me this book is a companion an aria to bodily discomfort and impossibility I want to say about the body of the writing as being Korean American post colonial female no woman s globalize

I, Too, Dislike It In fact, you could say conflict of interest is the mother s milk of poetic invention in Mia You s I, Too, Dislike It If you drew a sui generis line from Frank O Hara to Theresa Hak Kyung Cha, with many specific stopovers on the way involving diapers, the Harvard Faculty Club, obstetric close ups, dissertations, K pop, ad lib spatial I, too, dislike it by Mia You Poetry For me this book is a companion, an aria to bodily discomfort and impossibility I want to say about the body of the writing as being Korean American, post colonial, female no, woman s globalized high capitalist, but Mia You s lyrical list goes on, like all I, Too, Dislike It Slate Magazine I, too, dislike it Marianne Moore s famous opening words in her poem Poetry might apply also to the designation of April as Poetry Month The avowal of dislike comes with an implied Yes Poetry, I too dislike it Southerly This comment from Michael Hofmann from September I found very puzzling, I, too, dislike it, are the immortal beginning words of Marianne Moore s poem Poetry , and they seem to me to be the only possible credentials for a poet and a reader of poetry. I, too, dislike it doverpublications Medium Marianne Moore s poem, Poetry begins with the astonishing confession I, too, dislike it But since this anti poem sentiment is the first line of a poem, we can assume that Moore Beyond Metrophobia, or I, too, dislike it Free I, too, dislike it, or at least I find too much of it bromidic and unrhymed, muffled in a fog of cottony prose, frightened of shadows or stepping on toes Leithauser s indebtedness to Marianne Moore is evidentnot only in her inclusion of the poet s well known admonishment I, too, dislike it there are things that are important beyondall this Read the excerpt from Poetry I, too, dislike it there I, too, dislike it there are things that are important beyond all this fiddle Reading it, however, with a perfect contempt for it, one discovers in it after all, a place for the genuine Hands that can grasp, eyes that can dilate, hair that can rise if it must, these things are important not because a high sounding interpretation can be put Poetry Poem by Marianne Moore Poem Hunter I, too, dislike it there are things that are important beyond all this fiddle Reading it, however, with a perfect contempt for it, one discovers in

  • Title: I, too, dislike it
  • Author: Mia You
  • ISBN: 9780990633259
  • Page: 340
  • Format: Paperback
  • Poetry For me this book is a companion, an aria to bodily discomfort and impossibility I want to say about the body of the writing as being Korean American, post colonial, female no, woman s globalized high capitalist, but Mia You s lyrical list goes on, like all that is required, limitless in its container Enter, without caution Rachel Levitsky

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    1. Although this poetry looks very experimental at first sight, it's very accessible upon reading. It's a collections of mainly personal poems about the position of the lyrical subject as a woman of Korean parents in America and the Netherlands, as a woman in a literary world and university setting dominated by men, as a woman giving birth to a baby in a medical environment that's alien and hostile to her (and again with a man in a noxious role), as a world citizen without a real home, as an intell [...]

    2. Leesnotities: eigenlijk weet ik niet zo goed wat ik van deze bundel vind. Ik had het gevoel vooral deelgenoot te zijn van een 'lief dagboek', maar dan wat minder lief. Intiemer en kwetsbaarder. Bozer ook. Maar hoe het ook zij: de emotie weet de auteur goed over te brengen, komt helder en duidelijk binnen.

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