Doug Barbour said,
>& the old ways will remain strong, as the audience for authors remains
>strong, it seems, as well as for their 'straight,' & traditional
>representations of feelings of the self...
Yes, Doug. But let's not forget that Poetry, in its institutional
expressions, has played a central role in consolidating such ideological
Thus, my question: How can poets begin to effectively *poeticize the
institutional structures of ideology*, rather than merely accept them as
natural and beyond poetry's aim?
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