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November
Year
1989
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Don't you realizo that by writing of women's words, by separating women's writings from men's, you are participating in the eitheror dichotomy you decry? This is tantamount to the horrid but-equal" doctrine of our own country's story. Female-ness does not have to be central to each and every woman's dentity in order to quality her as a woman poet - she is what she is: one who writes, who thinks, who feels, who plays, and who, ncidentally, has a vagina. The vagina does not make the writing, any more than the hair or the eyes or the intestinos do.

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