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The unsettling humour of Knox’s poems is a by-product of what Gabriel Gudding describes as her “satiric empathy.” The laughter her poems provokes is a kind of nervous laughter, at the “cultural horror she depicts with complicity as if she too were not entirely innocent of it” (to cite Bill Knott). Class and gender politics gnaw away in Knox’s poems: tangible, but kept complex, dissolved in the kitsch and weirdness[.]