New York, NY: Roof Books/ The Segue Foundation, 1990. First Softcover Edition. Softcover. "The relation of poetry to public policy is usually assumed to be tenuous or secondary. Poems are imagined primarily to express personal emotions; if political, they are seen as articulating positions already expounded elsewhere. In contrast, poetry can be conceived as an active arena for exploring the most basic questions about political thought and action. The particular.....[Item #3168]
JULY FEATURE: Politics, Protest Literature & Activism
Featuring 35 timely selections from LEROI JONES/AMIRI BARAKA, TED JOANS, DUDLEY RANDALL, ETHERIDGE KNIGHT, SUN RA, GARY SNYDER, ED SANDERS, JACK HIRSCHMAN, JERRY RUBIN & more.
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