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by Lyn Hejinian
Critical sites about Oxota
- How Russian Is It: Lyn Hejinian's OXOTA
- "How, we might ask, do we reconcile the poetics of the language movement with the demands of narrative? If language games --paranomasia, paragram, epigraphy--and syntactic dislocations abound, if the reader can't even tell "what's going on," how can Oxota claim to be a novel? And how can Hejinian's ruminations on what she calls in Leningrad "juxtaposition, happenstance, double vision, vistas, and a flow of observations and expectations kept in suspense," bear comparison, parodic or otherwise, to the great Russian epic poem Evgeny Onegin?"
- Contains: Content Analysis
- Author: Marjorie Perloff
- From: Electronic Poetry Center http://wings.buffalo.edu/epc/
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Last Updated Mar 25, 2014