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Ada Limón

Ada Limón

Limón, Ada
Title: Ada Limón
Reading Date: Thursday, February 20, 2020

Welcome-28586

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by Diana Delgado

Opening Presentation-28588

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by Lola Rainey 

Introduction-28590

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by Sarah Gzemski

Opening Remarks-28592

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by Ada Limón

"The Three Deaths"-28594

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"Made in America"-28596

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"The First Lie"-28598

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"Contact Rules"-28600

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"What Is Caged Is Also Kept From Us"-28602

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"Cleaning House"-28604

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"The First Snow Without Him"-28606

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"Myths"-28608

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"The Whole Picture"-28610

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"Additional Information"-28612

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"She Begins to Feel Like a Doorway"-28614

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"At Blackburn Thoroughbred Retirement Farm"-28616

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"Maybe It's Best Not to Think That Way"-28618

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"Contrapuntal for Good Behavior"-28620

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"What It Looks Like After the Rain"-28622

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"She Makes a List for the Night's Replay"-28624

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"One: Permitted Items for Visitors"-28626

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"The News She Does Not Give Him"-28628

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"Mostly She Can Contain Herself"-28630

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"Prison Wife"-28632

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"Contrapuntal: The Myth They Made to Survive"-28634

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Question and Answer Session-28636

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Reading Date: Thursday, February 20, 2020
Series: Art for Justice
Sponsor(s): UA Poetry Center
Location(s): UA Poetry Center

Ada Limón reads from her poetry manuscript What Is Caged Is Also Kept From Us, commissioned by the Poetry Center as part of the Art for Justice series. Lola Rainey gives an opening presentation focused on pretrial detention.

Ada Limón

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