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05 November 2007

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Dillon

I don't think this fish is fried. At least not in the sense of death. I think the reconfiguration creates suspense, something the original does not do. The pauses and spaces in the new version are dramatic and create, to me, an element of spoken word poetry - which tickles me! I would love to hear this poem with some passion, as the ones we read in class were not quite...filled.

Dillon

I don't think this fish is fried. At least not in the sense of death. I think the reconfiguration creates suspense, something the original does not do. The pauses and spaces in the new version are dramatic and create, to me, an element of spoken word poetry - which tickles me! I would love to hear this poem with some passion, as the ones we read in class were not quite...filled.

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