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Sunday, October 30, 2005

The Poetry of Subtraction versus the Poetry of Accretion

via Jeremy P. Bushnell's raccoon: notes and scavengings:

I can think of a few literary works that use the aesthetic strategy of subtraction (Radi Os, Ronald Johnson's erased Paradise Lost; Srikanth Reddy's work-in-progress, which allegedly erases Kurt Waldheim's biography) but I'm having trouble thinking of ones that work consciously with the strategy of accretion in a way comparable to the Washburn assemblages I talked about last time.

1 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

silliman's Ketjak ?

4:23 PM, May 09, 2011

 

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