What Stirs Margaret Christakos

ISBN: 9781552452042

Published: October 14th 2004

Paperback

120 pages


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What Stirs  by  Margaret Christakos

What Stirs by Margaret Christakos
October 14th 2004 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, ZIP | 120 pages | ISBN: 9781552452042 | 3.54 Mb

Where does the fragile, robust self reside when personal voice is sent out online into an ironic masquerade ball of alias identity and wanton proxy? What stirs us? Can there be anything authentic about feeling anything anymore?In What Stirs,MoreWhere does the fragile, robust self reside when personal voice is sent out online into an ironic masquerade ball of alias identity and wanton proxy? What stirs us? Can there be anything authentic about feeling anything anymore?In What Stirs, Margaret Christakos looks at our primal appetite for attachment through the modern norms of codependency and co-existence, understanding that the postmodern digital era has created an atmosphere where the vulnerability and tenderness of the individual is both profanely exposed and brazenly reinvented in the arrival of virtual identity.Often playful but never trifling, Christakos’s work layers the ecstatic possibilities of lyric poetry, the mundane and intimate extremes of motherhood, and her continued curiosity with experimental poetics in a thoughtful collection of sensual, language-focused, and wonderfully aural poems.



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