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Pacific Plainsong I-XIII Reviews
This is definitely one of the most interesting poetry collections I've read. Michelson manages to evoke the American frontier while criticizing the ethics it had that led to the subjugation of American aborigines (to borrow a phrase from Michelson). The poems can ramble at times, but the use of stream-of-consciousness lends itself to the rambling. One thing I found myself appreciating was the repetition of phrases across different poems because it gave the book a completeness I've rarely seen in themed collections/sequences.Pacific Plainsong I-XIII is worth a read if you're looking for a surreal interpretation of the American West and its violent history.