SUBJECT AREA English Language
DOCUMENT TYPE Dissertation
CREATED ON 13th October 2018
COMPLETED ON 16th October 2018
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literary analysis of the poem "Kinky" by Denise Duhamel.

write a literary analysis of the poem "Kinky" by Denise Duhamel. Use "Framework for a Literary Analysis" on page 215 figure 11.1 to guide you. This is an informal writing, but pose an interesting question: that will make the writing more enjoyable.
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