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Tenderness,...or a Foucault Moment at the Mental Health Tribunal single work   poetry   "The frumpy white woman complaining about the trains"
Issue Details: First known date: 2018... 2018 Tenderness,...or a Foucault Moment at the Mental Health Tribunal
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  • Epigraph: madness is the false punishment of a false solution, but by its own virtue it brings to light the real problem, which can then be truly resolved. ~ Michel Foucault

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    y separately published work icon The Lifted Brow no. 37 March 2018 13351020 2018 periodical issue

    'I lose followers every time I tweet about sports. But then again, Twitter is a shitty website, and sports bring me endless joy. Whether encountered in a local park or an arena, they’re settings for all kinds of incredible human achievements. They’re also rich in symbols that can be applied to all walks of life, or stretched to fit generic introductory statements.' (Justin Wolfers Editorial introduction)

    pg. 47
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