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‘Reading Other Women’ at Boston Review

In the introduction to her new series, “Reading Other Women,” Rafia Zakaria discusses the series of articles’ primary goal: to “amend or supplement the literary cannon” on behalf of writers of color. Zakaria begins by looking at poet Atiya Fyzee, pictured at top: “I left a blank spot in my book of poetry, / When […]
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