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Who Owns the Words We Use? single work   essay  
  • Author:agent Peter Porter
Issue Details: First known date: 2004... 2004 Who Owns the Words We Use?
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This essay includes the texts of the poem 'The Man Who Spoke in Tongues' and an untitled translation of a Martial epigraph, both by Peter Porter. These two poems have not been published elsewhere and have therefore been indexed separately. The essay also includes Porter's 'Displacement' and Vicki Raymond's 'The People, No'. Both of these poems have been previously indexed from other sources.
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