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Paperback, 144 pages
Published June 1st 1982 by Littoral Books
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I think this is the book where people turn into anemones and get into taxis. And somewhere the quote: "She asked We wondered why you don't speak What are you thinking? It's fine but we just wondered. And throughout saying nothing. / Wandering home, the cars pouring up the street where crossed - with a note pinned to the chest of not speaking."
Camille Martin
The following is an essay about the work of Leslie Scalapino, in which I discuss this and other books of hers:
Reading the Minds of Events: Leslie Scalapino’s Plural Time
Stephen Kirbach
I'm always [re]reading Scalapino and like to return occasionally to this earlier material. She consistently delamimates the language from the false sense of representation like nobody else.
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