Third Voice

Third Voice Poetry African African American Studies Praising the power of lyric drama T S Eliot described the use of third voice as a means for characters to address and interrogate one another and second voice

  • Title: Third Voice
  • Author: Ruth Ellen Kocher
  • ISBN: 9781936797738
  • Page: 441
  • Format: Paperback
  • Poetry African African American Studies Praising the power of lyric drama, T S Eliot described the use of third voice as a means for characters to address and interrogate one another, and second voice as a way for characters to talk to the audience In this daring new book, the principal narrator presents as a caricature reflecting the tangible experiences of a dPoetry African African American Studies Praising the power of lyric drama, T S Eliot described the use of third voice as a means for characters to address and interrogate one another, and second voice as a way for characters to talk to the audience In this daring new book, the principal narrator presents as a caricature reflecting the tangible experiences of a disembodied I posed against absurd selfhood a voice imbued by sublime otherness Within a dismantled minstrel show, Ruth Ellen Kocher frames a female voice splintered and re figured as self and character The incomprehensible nature of the sublime emerges through a cast of other personages including Eartha Kitt, Geordi LaForge, Emmanuel Kant, W E B Du Bois, and Malcolm X THIRD VOICE asserts lyric beyond personal expression and drama beyond the stage, using the spectacle of minstrelsy as a deformation of mastery in an audaciously conceptual yet visceral performance.

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    • Joe says:

      among its much -- meditations on blackness & the sublime & "skits" w/Sun Ra, Geordi Laforge, Lieutenant Uhuru & Malcom X -- funny, heartbreaking, philosophically questing

    • Emily Pérez says:

      The book is at once a deeply intellectual and visceral look at minstrelsy. Loved the structure of this book. It is one I will have to read again--

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