Year of Award


Document Type

Thesis - Campus Access Only

Degree Type

Master of Fine Arts (MFA)

Degree Name

Creative Writing (Poetry)

Department or School/College

Department of English

Committee Chair

Ed Skoog


death, mythology


University of Montana


This is a manuscript comprised of two yearsÕ reflection, in an advanced setting, on the roles of poetry and gender today, as might be expressed through old or ancient forms and tropes, as well as more contemporary poetic approaches. No specific narrative is established, but themes are iterated, and reiterated, in multiple settings with the intention of permitting the reader freedom in his or her interpretation. This intention has its place in the wilfulness of the Poet to explain the self, as it is experienced, how it is idealised, and how it may actually be in a controlled environment.

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