5. Natasha Trethewey’s poems suggest that the power of the past to make, unmake,

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5. Natasha Trethewey’s poems suggest that the power of the past to make, unmake,
and remake our selves is considerable, using her own (and sometimes a family
member’s) biographical details as an example. Do you think her poems suggest
that like the lyrical personae she constructs, we too, are in thrall to the past? Or is
there also hope that our past may define us, but ultimately we determine who we
want to be? Answer with reference to one or more of her poems.

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