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'In speaking of parody, I venture into an area that has, since Bakhtin, been theoretically mapped by Doug Muecke, Wayne C. Booth, Margaret A. Rose, Linda Hutcheon, and countless others. While their exercises in taxonomy are of particular interest to literary theorists, they may seem too arcane to be worth applying with close attention to poets for whom parody and satire have porous boundaries.' (Introduction)
For Australiai"Behold I am lean, O Lord, and all my ribs are numbered of the Devil.",D. M. W.,
single work poetry