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In Conversation

Karen Liebreich with John Reed

In 1646, the Piarist Order, which had introduced education to the masses—and not only an education in Latin but also an education in basic reading and arithmetic—was disbanded by Pope Innocent X.

In Conversation

James Sherry with Farnoosh Fathi

In regards to the tradition that Language poetry inherited—self-effacement in language, practicing language as a form of resistance, engaging in a delineation of the structures of language embedded in our consciousness—how do these stylistic choices distinguish Language poetry from other modes of political writing, poetry or otherwise?

Off the Shelves

James Baldwin and Sol Stein, Native Sons; Anthony Lappé and Stephen Marshall, True Lies; Tsipi Keller, Jackpot; Yusef Komunyakaa, Taboo


The Brooklyn Rail

OCT 2004

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