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Mega Sale! Save 26% on the Here by Brand: Dalkey Archive Press at Translate This Website. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. C. S. Giscombe's ''Here'' is a long, single poem that takes place in a progression of three settings, three unlikely locations: the edges of the urban


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C. S. Giscombe's "Here" is a long, single poem that takes place in a progression of three settings, three unlikely locations: the edges of the urban south, the edges--just beyond and just within the city--of rural Ohio, and the places where upstate New York forms the border with Canada, "the next country." "Here" is racial in its knowledge and acknowledgment of the great geographic archetype, the journey north; yet the work's nature denies the closure of destination. The poem's interest instead is in statement(s) of situation, in "the path traced by a moving point." First published by Dalkey Archive Press in 1994, now available again.

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