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English Fragments A Brief History of the Soul
Moving freely through poetry's pictorial fragmentariness and literal fragments of prose, with a streaming, equanimous, nondiscriminatory referentiality, Martin Corless-Smith proposes and confers with entities in "the janus-faced doorway" of antiquity and contemporaneity--the "experience and the coming-into-history of that experience."
Paperback, 120 pages
Published October 1st 2010 by Fence Books
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Mysteries and corn stand side by side.A little too 'project'-ey for my taste; that project being 'the soul' in this case; not that there aren't really great parts in there as well (esp. loved Mutability Chorus on p82). I didn't like when he related the body/soul thing to writing/literature. It seemed a bit too myopic.
The terrible thing about being a writer is that it is what I wanted.