Review of Benjamin C. Dugdale's The Repoetic

Jérôme Melançon has reviewed Benjamin C. Dugdale's The Repoetic: After Saint-Pol-Roux for The Temz Review.

Melançon writes, "The Repoetic delivers poems that are just as ambitious in their refusal of straight and delineated form and thought, acutely aware of their cultural gesture, and in ceaseless and manifaceted interaction with everything that envelops and engulfs the experience of poetry in daily life."

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