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Silt & Structure: An Annotation on Vincent W.J. van Gerven Oei’s Translations of the Poetry of Jean Daive

by Isaac Linder Poems of the Week
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Silt names that composition of little elements, little dangers, at the level of marks “below” that of the letter, which persist within the sanctioned space of the poem and threaten always to overturn the meaning of that sanctioned space.

How Perfect Obedience Destroys: Reflections on Falstaff, the Beats, and others

by Joe Weil Arts & Society
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No system can endure perfection.