Miss Understood

In her new book, “Miss Understood” Lynette Greenfield stakes out as firmly as ever, the position of poetry in a world where language’s registers have been largely mellowed by forces of oppression. Greenfield’s poems unfold in settings: her streets, cafes, and cities, yet these poems oppose grand pronouncements and renounce engagement.

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