Savora, Diana Karice
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Quivering Tongues is a collection of poems that examines the notion of history--real and imagined, personal and public--in order to create an elastic identity through different stages of life that is about as tangible as the White Rabbit in Alice in Wonderland. The methodology used for sectioning the pieces is chronological in appearance, based on life stages. The act of ordering is part of the framework used when repurposing and finding new meaning in old ways of understanding.