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The Poem As Other: Amy De’Ath on Lisa Robertson, Hélène Cixous & Jacques Rivette’s Frédérique

For her blog syndicat d’initiative, UK poet Amy De’Ath has penned a stellar short essay on Lisa Robertson, Hélène Cixous, and Frédérique, a character in Jacques Rivette’s 1971 film OUT1, played by Juliet Berto and described here by De’Ath as Kathy Acker’s “girl-pirate.” De’Ath’s first consideration is Cixous’s altering encountering with the other (“I do [...]
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