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"If most of American culture is kitsch, as [Linh] Dinh seems to believe—Vietnamese culture too—one naturally wonders what he makes of poetry (and 'poetry culture'). His title poem suggests an answer: 'As soon as I got off the boat, I stepped on a slice of cheese. / The cheese is cheesier here, the non-cheese also cheesier.'" Keith Tuma • Chicago Review

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