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"What gets [Anne] Wilkinson out into the sunshine, however, is the manner in which she shakes Thomas’s ghost. Because even as she welcomes the apocalypse, she is frustrated by it, turning and twisting the prophetic with a shake of her head. Hers is what Northrop Frye called a “parody-apocalypse”." Evan Jones • Poetry Review

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