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American Hybrid Poetics explores the ways that hybrid poetics—a playful blending of disparate formal and aesthetic strategies—have been the driver within the paintings of a traditionally and culturally diversified workforce of ladies poets who're a part of a powerful culture in contesting the dominant cultural order.
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