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Fulton, Alice. "A Poetry of Inconvenient Knowledge." The Nation June 14, 1999. n. pag.

Lauterbach, Ann. "The Night Sky V." The American Poetry Review Nov/Dec 1997. n.pag.

Mullen, Harryette. "Imagining the Unimagined Reader: Writing to the Unborn and Including the Excluded." Boundary 2 Spring 1999. n.pag.

easily the essay I've assigned that's influenced -- and deeply so -- the most students

from books, as follows

Fraser, Kathleen. "Line. On the line. Lining up. Lined with. Between the lines. Bottom line." Translating the Unspeakable: Poetry and the Innovative Necessity. Modern and Contemporary Poetics. Tuscaloosa: The University of Alabama Press, 2000. 141-160.

Mackey, Nathaniel. "Palimpsestic Stagger." H.D. and Poets After. Ed. Donna Krolik Hollenberg. Iowa City: University of Iowa Press, 2000. 225-234.

Perloff, Marjorie. "Lucent and Inescapable Rhythms: Metrical 'Choice' and Historical Formation." Poetry On & Off the Page: Essays for Emergent Occasions. Chicago: Northwestern University Press, 1998. 116-140.

Spicer, Jack. "Excerpts from the Vancouver Lectures." Poetics of the New American Poetry. Eds. Donald Allen and Warren Tallman. New York: Grove Press, 1973.

Steinman, Lisa M. "'So As to Be One Having Some Way of Being One Having Some Way of Working': Marianne Moore and Literary Tradition." Gendered Modernisms: American Women Poets and Their Readers. Ed. Margaret Dickie and Thomas Travisano. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1996. 97-116.

Tabios, Eileen. "Arthur Sze: Mixing Memory and Desire." Black Lightning: Poetry-in-Progress. New York: Asian American Writers Workshop, 1998. 3-21.

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