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I Named Her--Annette Notebook
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An update on what I read. I love to read literature. Yes, the snobby kind mostly. No, not English Literature all the time.I only allow myself to smutt around his world for awhile (one novel a year). My first attraction to a novel--always character development. I love characters and I do distinguish them from people. Mainly, I hate people. Favorite female character: heroine of Kate Chopin's "The Awakening".
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Final Soliloquy of the Interior Paramour by Wallace Stevens
The High-Toned Old Christian Woman by Wallace Stevens
Wolf Cento by Simone Muench
Choke by Eileen Myles
Daddy by Sylvia Plath
Dead Horse by Thomas Lux
On Quitting by Edgar Guest
Shedding Skin by Harryette Mullen
The Distant Moon by Rafael Campo
the theory and practice of postmodernism — a manifesto [excerpt] by David Antin
what it means to be avant-garde [excerpt] by David Antin
David Antin
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