Structures of Feeling by Hung Q. Tu

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Poetry. Asian American Studies. "Hung Q. Tu's poetic modules are not 'pieces' in the traditional sense--that is, staged, subjectively actored and assumedly audienced, they are more like an intelligent arraying of graffiti that you'd run into in a modern city's sub-throughway, perhaps a bit run-down, but with a shiny glass building across the street..."--Rodrigo Toscano. "Hung Q. Tu's poems push the mind into a nest of steel rods all hitting the surface of an unknown shape at the same moment: political and quotidian, in language demotic and arcane they acutely render the beauty of scorn"--Tom Raworth.

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Published January 1, 2003 by Krupskaya. 107 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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Following up on Verisimilitude (2000), Tu's eight formally spare and elegant assays hold globalism and first-world mindsets in a sort of suspended animation, like a punk-rock diorama, or a meditative counter-spectacle to a 24-hour cable news channel: "Teriyaki plains indians/ Napoleon rose to th...

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