Abstract

In “Japan” a speaker wrestles with the ambivalence of missing someone while relishing a return to the self in their absence.“Japan” takes the form of a postcard or a letter, but is in fact an “anti-epistolary” poem: it explores the expressive space that opens up when a text regards its addressee as a collection of Deleuzian attributes, rather than as an individual

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Additional Information

ISSN
2325-730X
Print ISSN
1046-3348
Pages
p. 151
Launched on MUSE
2016-07-17
Open Access
No
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