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Claudia Rankine and Space in Don’t Let Me Be Lonely: An American Liver

Reading Rankine‚Äôs unique work, I was struck by her frequent references to different prescription drugs, the television and the liver. As I read on, I felt that this was more of an Autobiography of America from a certain perspective in … Continue reading

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Don’t Kill My Embodiment

Don’t Let Me Be Lonely seems to be the wrong title for Claudia Rankine’s lyric about American life. I would suggest something more along the lines of Don’t Die on Me. Or, if that’s too cliche, perhaps something more subtle … Continue reading

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