Last One Out by Deborah Richards

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Poetry. African American Studies. "Richards' diagrammatic readings of some classics in American cinema engage those ever present questions of race, identity, class, and culture with humor and chaos. Blowing apart the reading experience with boxes and columns that read both horizontally and vertically, and infusing each text with shadows and crevices from which retreat is impossible, Deborah Richards has created her own genre. Her own template, even"--Renee Gladman. "Richards' work can seem more like an information map for the mind, like the insights recorded in a study guide we create for ourselves before an exam. She creates a form in which to record and relive the moment of insight"--Ed Roberson. Published by Subpress/A'A Arts.

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Published September 1, 2003 by subpress. 96 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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From the Quarked-out textual imaginings of ""The Beauty Projection"" (where the so-called Hottentot Venus's history and legacy gain voice) and ""C'est L'Amour: That's Love"" (ditto the cinematic Carmen Jones), to the Tarzan-based deconstructions of Last One Out's title poem, Deborah Richards,...

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