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The ecstatic and ghoulish poetry of Lucie Brock-Broido is stitched together from fragments of poetic history. In this case, she writes a whole suite of poems from titles that Wallace Stevens listed in a notebook but never used. How does she arrive at her very original voice when quotation and appropriation are her constant strategies?
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