Starched is the fifth book by Raymond Farr. It furthers his assay of postmodern ouevres via the etched-in facts of each poem. The poems stem from utterance which recreates the act of utterance and deconstructs the act of writing which, on the surface, appears as the assemblage of lines and stanzas but on a deeper level. We hear utterance as it is written: "...therefore, a crow/not philosophy//or hammer." and "The mind is twice inhabited, a trapeze act."
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