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'Open secrets': Masculine subjectivity and other men's bodies in some late twentieth-century British poetry (2011)
Journal Article
Kennedy, D. (2011). 'Open secrets': Masculine subjectivity and other men's bodies in some late twentieth-century British poetry. Textual Practice, 25(1), (87-107). doi:10.1080/0950236X.2011.537551. ISSN 0950-236X

Stephen Heath has asked in 'Male Feminism', 'Do I write male? What does that mean?' Contemporary British poetry likes to imagine itself as ideologically innocent, particularly in terms of male subjectivity and masculinity. Masculinity becomes, theref... Read More about 'Open secrets': Masculine subjectivity and other men's bodies in some late twentieth-century British poetry.