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GUEST POST: James Bader Explores Cohesive Narrative in a Fractured Manner in Leon Rooke’s Rank Songbirds

Rank Songbirds is the latest work by Canadian author Leon Rooke, and its structure is unlike any I have encountered before. The work is comprised of a series of poems of varying lengths, and it ends with a sonatina, which … Continue reading

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