- Author:Lesley Wheeler
- Publisher:Barrow Street Press
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- Languages:English (Unknown), English (Original Language), English (Published)
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- Publication Date:June 1, 2010
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For philosopher Michel Foucault, heterotopia designates a real or imagined space of escape, transformation, or revelation. In Lesley Wheeler's prizewinning second collection, the heterotopia is Liverpool, England, during the middle of the twentieth century--a time and place defined by the Blitz and the privations that followed. Her imaginary Liverpool, however, has a complicated relationship to the real city and to her own life in the United States: it makes visible what was gained and lost in the transition from poverty to prosperity, from oral culture to print overload.
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