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Dante's Unintended Flight

Published by NYQ Books in New York, NY .

About the Book

Dante's Unintended Flight is series of linked prose poems, inspired by Vogel's two-week hiatus in Florence, Italy, in the summer of 2014. It contends with the complexities of gender—particularly womanhood, which Vogel weaves as being a maelstrom of contradictions, quandaries, and conundrums. It is set across a span of time in the city of Florence, and alludes to both history and modern society. These poems also give a nod to feminist theory in the context of fragmented story. The complicated and sometimes incendiary relationship between "man" and "woman" is illustrated here in a very surreal and introspective narrative, which extends as if a prolonged dream, amid what would be the almost "drugged" haziness of summer in perpetual flight.

The Physical Object

Format Paperback
Number of pages 80
Dimensions 8.5 x 5.5 x inches

ID Numbers

Open Library OL26222324M
ISBN 13 9781630450465
LC Control Number 2017931331

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February 7, 2017 Edited by Raymond P. Hammond Added new cover
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