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"Where on one’s naked body is there room for art, for artifice? And hadn’t poets been taking their clothes off, in some sense, for centuries before confessionalism? Like the Whitmans and the Wheatleys, and others so radical in their nakedness, we don’t remember their names? Not to mention religious poets like Herbert, Donne, Bradstreet—who were literally using the space of their poems to “confess” in the full glory of the word." Jake Orbison • Paris Review

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