Six Found Poems
AbstractThis group of six found poems explores the interrelated themes of identity, hybridity and liminality. They grew from a period of reading that the author undertook in order to more fully understand her family’s Anglo-Irish identity, and the significance of her “accidental” discovery of a Jewish heritage – a long-buried family secret.
How to Cite
Pryer, A. . (1944). Six Found Poems. Language and Literacy, 7(2). https://doi.org/10.20360/G2DG69
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