Susan Stanford Friedman on: "Trying to Talk with a Man"

By the early seventies, Rich firmly connected the public culture of violence with the politics of the personal and the system of patriarchy--as a poem like "Trying to Talk with a Man" (1971), set near a bombing test sight, vividly demonstrates.

From Signs (1983).

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Title Susan Stanford Friedman on: "Trying to Talk with a Man" Type of Content Criticism
Criticism Author Susan Stanford Friedman Criticism Target Adrienne Rich
Criticism Type Poet Originally Posted 03 Feb 2016
Publication Status Excerpted Criticism Publication Signs
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