Ecopoetics Along Shorelines


“Light in the Dark” and “The Concrete River”

April 6, 2018

Anzaldúa introduces “nepantla”, a place that is no place, as simultaneously an in-between space and a bridge that joins worlds (28-9). In Rodriguez’s Concrete River, what different worlds, realities, or consciousnesses do you find? What are their boundaries like, and what bridges or joins them?

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