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by Anne Marriott

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Re-visioning Documentary Readings of Anne Marriott’s The Wind Our Enemy
“Anne Marriott’s The Wind Our Enemy is shaped by a symbolic structure. Onto the particulars of the prairie dustbowl, Marriott superimposes a prophetic vision of the apocalypse. This vision is created through a montage of fragmentary images, disconnected dialogue, and incomplete description. Regardless of these modernist poetic techniques, however, until recently, The Wind Our Enemy is most often cited and studied as a documentary poem which powerfully portrays suffering in the Saskatchewan dustbowl of the nineteen thirties.”
Contains: Content Analysis
Author: Anne Geddes Bailey
From: Canadian Poetry vol. 31

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