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by Lyn Hejinian

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How Russian Is It: Lyn Hejinian’s OXOTA
“How, we might ask, do we reconcile the poetics of the language movement with the demands of narrative? If language games –paranomasia, paragram, epigraphy–and syntactic dislocations abound, if the reader can’t even tell “what’s going on,” how can Oxota claim to be a novel? And how can Hejinian’s ruminations on what she calls in Leningrad “juxtaposition, happenstance, double vision, vistas, and a flow of observations and expectations kept in suspense,” bear comparison, parodic or otherwise, to the great Russian epic poem Evgeny Onegin?”
Contains: Content Analysis
Author: Marjorie Perloff
From: Electronic Poetry Center http://wings.buffalo.edu/epc/

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