DWU professor melds mechanics, personality to create poetry
One of Dakota Wesleyan's newest instructors has taken a profoundly personal approach to her poetry, ironically, by using machines.
Barbara Duffey, assistant professor of English at DWU, joined the English department this fall and had several poems published over the summer and fall, in which she uses mechanical metaphors to portray a personal connection between man and machine.
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