This brief epilogue summarizes the major conclusions of Left of Poetry and suggests how the book’s arguments might alter contemporary discourses about the intersection of poetry and left politics. The epilogue concludes with readings of Langston Hughes’s “Wait” and Muriel Rukeyser’s “Poem (I lived in the first century of world wars.”
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