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Review:

"Judith Arcana’s 4th Period English is so wonderful, I feel privileged to have read it, and I wish it were part of every curriculum starting right now...This is absolutely terrific writing." — Alicia Ostriker

Review:

"These poems are amazing. Inside that strange, raw intersection where immigration and Americanism meet, Judith Arcana’s new collection brings to life a whole population in a typical American high school." — Diana Rico

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"Judith Arcana’s polyphonic collection is a labor of love and compassion...She makes her readers painfully aware of the ways our young people struggle between and among the myriad borders of this world." — Alicia Partnoy

Description:

This chapbook is a collection of poems about immigration and the always-related themes of racism, ethnicity, nation and borders. The characters are high school students in the USA, talking (and arguing) about these issues in their own lives.

Product Details

ISBN:
9780615281834
Publisher:
The Ash Creek Series/Judith Arcana & Ash Creek Press
Copyright:
Publication Date:
March 31, 2009

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4th Period English
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Product details pages The Ash Creek Series/Judith Arcana & Ash Creek Press - English 9780615281834 Reviews:
"Review" by , "Judith Arcana’s 4th Period English is so wonderful, I feel privileged to have read it, and I wish it were part of every curriculum starting right now...This is absolutely terrific writing." — Alicia Ostriker
"Review" by , "These poems are amazing. Inside that strange, raw intersection where immigration and Americanism meet, Judith Arcana’s new collection brings to life a whole population in a typical American high school." — Diana Rico
"Review" by , "Judith Arcana’s polyphonic collection is a labor of love and compassion...She makes her readers painfully aware of the ways our young people struggle between and among the myriad borders of this world." — Alicia Partnoy
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