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The Transforming Self in Shara McCallum's Madwoman

Written by Brendan Egan for Shining Rock Poetry on Wednesday, May 10, 2017

The shapes and styles of expression that McCallum gives to the Madwoman are seemingly without limits, drawing on a rich variety of traditions befitting her Creole heritage.  Moreover, each new form is not only inherited, but put to her specific use.  It is a demonstration of mastery. 

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