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DUPLICITY, from George Elliott Clarke’s Gold

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My double visage suits my double tongue—

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The Many Hues of George Elliott Clarke

in #82 Winter 2016/Features/Poetry by

Henceforth, no one in Canada may pretend that white settler poetry is somehow “neutral” or unmarked, or that our colonial history may be simply resumed in a tale of two founding nations.

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