Fragmentary Introspective Observations : Animals, Emotions and Location in John Kinsella’s Poetry Issue Details: First known date: 2013... 2013
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  • Epigraph: At present, the version of history we are encouraged to consume is one that suits big corporations and their employees in our state governments. It is a history of conflict and consumption, of production and power that denies us elements of our very nature, as human animals. - John Burnside

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