Tuesday, December 04, 2012

News at Eleven: Read literally, these words make a bad impression;

the attitudes that got the guy in trouble when drunk are just as much in evidence when sober.

[Alan] Feuer, however, offers us a poem.  The linguistic structures identified in rendering the text into verse catch the language subverting itself, letting us see directly deeper forces at play. The lineation (line breaks and placement) breaks up the text using a mix of parsing and end-stopped lines.

from The New York Times: Philosophy and the Poetic Imagination


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