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Still Thirsting for Milk: Danielle Dubrasky’s “Legacy”

Anthology Poet Highlight 40/82: Danielle Beazer Dubrasky, “Legacy” [Audio clip: view full post to listen] (My reading of “Legacy”) In Danielle’s sonnet, the poet explores an intergenerational relationship—and the rippling effects thereof—among three women and one man: the poet, the poet’s grandmother, the grandmother’s brother, and the poet’s great-grandmother. This complex relationship is narrated from the poet’s point of view… Read more »