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Wild in the Plaza of Memory

By: Pamela Uschuk
Length: 112 pages
Release date: 04/01/2012
Available Formats: PDF, EPUB
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Summary of Wild in the Plaza of Memory

Blending the personal with the political, these poems explore the deleterious effects of adversity and trauma on a global scale, focusing on such subjects as immigration laws, environmental degradation, multinational corporate greed, and the effects of war on women and children. The poet makes unexpected connections between disparate things, drawing from wild nature for imagery while also passionately engaging the reader to become aware of injustice and suffering at home and abroad. The poems are crafted using lyrical language that is at once precise, figurative, and celebratory, creating a collection that is humanitarian and emotionally resonate.


 

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