Marjorie Perloff  

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Marjorie Perloff (1931 — 2024) was a an American academic and poetry critic and professor. Her work has been especially concerned with explicating the writing of experimental and avant-garde poets and relating it to the major currents of modernist and, especially, postmodernist activity in the arts, including the visual arts and cultural theory.

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