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Tackling issues comparable to globalization and political activism, this publication strains engaged poetics in twentieth century American poetry. Spahr presents a entire view of activist poetry, beginning with the good melancholy and the Harlem Renaissance and relocating to the Beats and modern writers resembling Amiri Baraka and Mark Nowak.

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