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by Christopher Dewdney

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Radiant Inventories: A Natural History of the Natural Histories
http://www.uwo.ca/english/canadianpoetry/cpjrn/vol32/Bok.htm
"This compendium parodies two textual traditions simultaneously, not only operating within these traditions, but also operating against them: first, the romantic tradition that depicts nature as a pantheistic avatar of a benevolent deity; second, the scientific tradition that depicts nature as a subdivisible continuum of objective phenomena. Dewdney sustains a contradictory tension between these two traditions by affirming both of them even while denying both of them so that the relationship of the two traditions to each other in a hierarchy of value remains indeterminate and paradoxical."
Contains: Content Analysis
Author: Christian Bök
From: Canadian Poetry vol. 32
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