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Aboriginal Adrienne Rich Alvarez American anthology appropriate argues assertion Australia barbarian becomes Bernard O'Dowd breaking English British Poetry canon Caribbean certainly chapter colonizing contemporary context course Crawford Creole cultural Davie's dictionary dominant discourse Dransfield Dunn Edwin Morgan Empire England English poetry essay Faber fact Fahey Fahey's female feminist Gaelic gentility Ginsberg glish guage Harrison Heaney Heaney's Hughes ibid identity imperial instance Irish Lady Lazarus language least Leonard linguistic literally literary Literature Lowell Lowell's MacDiarmid male metaphor Morgan Movement Mudrooroo notes notion O'Dowd Oxford PandP particularly patriarchal perhaps phallogocentric Philip Larkin poet poetic political Preoccupations quoted Rastafarianism reggae rhyme Rich's Rohlehr says Scotland Scottish Seamus Heaney seems significant silence spite standard English subversive suggests Sylvia Plath tactic Ted Hughes tells tion Tony Harrison tradition verse voice W. N. Herbert Walt Whitman West Indian Westindian-British Williams women words Yeats Yoogum