Title

Road Noise

Date of Award

1-1-2012

Document Type

Campus Access Thesis

Department

English Language and Literatures

Sub-Department

Creative Writing

First Advisor

Kwame Dawes

Abstract

Road Noise is a collection of fifty poems addressing the relationship between history and place. Specifically, the collection engages ways in which places become artifacts and ways in which artifacts become places in which to dwell, through forms representative of history and tradition as relics and of technology and virtual artifact.

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