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Tupelo Quarterly book review

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” … the speaker teems with sexuality and absorbs energy from the male gaze … This collection as an interrogation of womanhood leads to the discovery that as women: ‘We are scientist and subject, / and our experimental outcome: / Oh, we want,'” writes Tupelo Quarterly of L.J. Sysko’s The Daughter of Man.

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