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  • I shuddered a little on encountering the phrase "complex polyvocal, transhistorical schematic."

    Keeper of the Affirming Flame

  • No overriding answer had emerged to the question of why peace activists had come to Occupy Wall Street, which was in a sense appropriate, given the decentralized, polyvocal nature of the protest.

    Eamon Murphy: Opposing the Wars at Occupy Wall Street

  • No. 111 responds directly to the polyvocal discourse of the digital economy by sampling some of its longer passages from chatrooms and homepages found on the Internet.

    Quick Review 03 : Christian Bök : Harriet the Blog : The Poetry Foundation

  • She made an interesting point about the problems of writing an “official” history of a movement that was polyvocal, and suspicious of authority and linear narrative.

    Girls Studies Conference at SCSU « Knitting Clio

  • Melissa Buzzeo's body/language text, a polyvocal performance piece by Laura Elrick, and Myung Mi Kim's aerated text--all of the poets sharp and precise.

    Archive 2006-03-01

  • It's a polyvocal language - two entwined voices speaking at once, different sounds.

    Forbes.com: News

  • But I do think that it's fair to say that the polyvocal nature of the nucleus of sites that were gathered into PJM has become monotonous as they've striven for more authority, at the expense of authenticity.

    protein wisdom

  • An elegy for the author's father is followed by a polyvocal poem spoken by birds; a series on Andalusia, by the monologue of a Native American.

    iToot Stream

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