"My phenomenology waits": Death and Rebirth in Joanne Kyger's Phenomenological

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Coffey, Daniel
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Joanne Kyger's literary career is soon to come full-circle, with the imminent re-publication of the legendary Japan & India Journals, which predates her first published collection of poems. When this happens, there is likely to be a reinvestigation of her "travel journal" publications, and this essay is my vote for Phenomenological, published in 1989 by The Institute For Further Studies, as the most deserving of critical attention.

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This review was published in Jacket 11 (2000): http://jacketmagazine.com/11/kyger-coffey.html. Posted with permission.

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