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  • Author:
    Di Brandt,Tanis MacDonald
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    088920506X
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    978-0889205062
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    Wilfrid Laurier University Press; First Edition edition (April 17, 2006)
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Speaking of Power book.

Speaking of Power book. An afterword by Brandt completes the volume. Published April 1st 2006 by Wilfrid Laurier University Press. Speaking of Power: The Poetry of Di Brandt. 088920506X (ISBN13: 9780889205062).

MacDonald is the author of three books of poetry two chapbooks and a non-fiction guide to writing, as well as being a frequent contributor to literary and scholarly . Speaking of Power: The Selected Poetry of Di Brandt. Waterloo: Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 2006.

She won the Bliss Carman Poetry Prize in 2002. Her poems have been anthologized in A/Cross Sections: New Manitoba Writing and Best Canadian Poetry 2015 in Canada, as well as in The New Binary Press Anthology of Poetry in Ireland. The Daughter's Way: Canadian Women's Paternal Elegies".

Publisher:Wilfrid Laurier University Press.

Speaking of Power: The Poetry of Di Brandt introduces the reader to the lyric power and political urgency of the poetry of Di Brandt, providing an overview of her poetry written during a prolific and revolutionary twenty-year period. Publisher:Wilfrid Laurier University Press.

Tanis MacDonald is an associate professor in the Department of English and Film Studies at Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo

Tanis MacDonald is an associate professor in the Department of English and Film Studies at Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo. Country of Publication. Poetry Texts & Poetry Anthologies. Wilfrid Laurier University Press.

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Tanis MacDonald is an associate professor in the Department of English and Film .

Tanis MacDonald is an associate professor in the Department of English and Film Studies at Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo. Her book The Daughter’s Way: Canadian Women’s Paternal Elegies was a finalist for the 2012 ACQL Gabrielle Roy Prize for Literary Criticism.

Di Brandt (born Jan 31, 1952) is an award-winning Canadian poet and literary critic. Brandt was born Diana Ruth Janzen in Winkler, Manitoba. She was raised in Reinland, a conservative, separatist Mennonite village in Southern Manitoba. She is a twin; she and her fraternal twin sister are the middle children, born between an older brother and a younger sister.

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Di Brandt’s words touched me and I knew she would be the perfect choice for Women Unbound reading even though .

Di Brandt’s words touched me and I knew she would be the perfect choice for Women Unbound reading even though I’d lost touch with her work in the intervening years.

Speaking of Power: The Poetry of Di Brandt introduces the reader to the lyric power and political urgency of the poetry of Di Brandt, providing an overview of her poetry written during a prolific and revolutionary twenty-year period.

Beginning with her early poetic inquiries into the dynamics of gender, religion, and the politics of language, Brandt examines the use and abuse of power as a cultural issue, emphasizing cross-cultural and domestic relationships. Particularly engaged with questions of motherhood, the land, violence and reparation, feminism, and spirituality, Brandt explores ecopoetics, an ecology of poetry, as a possible antidote to the cultural despair of the twenty-first century.

Editor Tanis MacDonald’s introduction outlines the major movements of Brandt’s work, emphasizing the relationship of language to power and the value of a dissenting voice in a forceful cultural poetics. An afterword by Brandt completes the volume.