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By Z. Skoulding

This ebook makes a speciality of the function of town, and its methods of mutual transformation, in poetry by way of experimental ladies writers. Readings in their paintings are positioned within the context of theories of city house, whereas new visions of the modern urban and its worldwide relationships are drawn from their recommendations in language and form.

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