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In these handwritten drafts of a poem titled "The Outer Banks," one begins to see the framework of the finished poem. Gone are the overt references to specific assassinations, such as Whitman's lilacs in commemoration of Lincoln's death and the image of Robert Kennedy's funeral train. Instead, the poem is framed with the speaks descent to the Outer Banks and her realization that "we must build more on less," arising out of a more generalized sense of loss and dissolution.
Patricia Goedicke; American literature--20th century
University of Montana--Missoula. Mansfield Library
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Patricia Goedicke and Leonard Wallace Robinson Papers, Mss 739
Series I: Works by Patricia Goedicke, 1945-2006
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Goedicke, Patricia, "June 1968 notebook entry" (1968). Patricia Goedicke and Leonard Wallace Robinson Papers. Series I: Works by Patricia Goedicke, 1945-2006. University of Montana--Missoula. Mansfield Library. Book 26.