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by Michael Ondaatje

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“This long sequence of poems is a complex work, interesting in its own right, and a pivotal book in Ondaatje’s development. It is with the man with seven toes that we first see him moving toward the longer and more experimental form that will become characteristic in his two major works. And although the man with seven toes does not go as far as they do in the direction of a temporally discontinuous form, nevertheless, aspects of its style and struc ture clearly anticipate the later developments.”
Contains: Content Analysis
Author: Sam Solecki
From: Canadian Poetry vol. 6

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