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Eleanor Wilner on: "Trying to Talk with a Man"
"Trying to Talk with a Man" (1971) is testing bombs in the desert, but it is she (not he) who refuses sublimation, who knows what these bombs mean: "ourselves / as if we were testing anything else."
From American Poetry Review (1975).
|Title||Eleanor Wilner on: "Trying to Talk with a Man"||Type of Content||Criticism|
|Criticism Author||Eleanor Wilner||Criticism Target||Adrienne Rich|
|Criticism Type||Poet||Originally Posted||03 Feb 2016|
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