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Terminal Intelligence (pdf ebook)

eBook (PDF), 87 Pages
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The second volume of Richard Truhlar’s collected poetry, Terminal Intelligence draws together work written between 1977 to 2010, overlapping with his previous collection Dynamite in the Lung (The Mercury Press, 1999) that represented works written between 1975 and 1985. In this volume, true to his eschewal of a personal style, Truhlar explores poetic terrains as disparate as the layered lyric, oblique aphorism, and photolinguistic translation. THE CRITICS: “Do not hesitate towards Richard Truhlar's homolinguistic translations of Albert Giraud, in Moon Dice, for the poems are tiny and clever, miniature imagery etched on the eyes.” — Barry Dempster, Poetry Canada Review “If poetry is condensed language, then Moon Dice is condensed poetry... [and] brings about a surreal ambiguity in the reader’s mind. Confronting these images gives this reader feelings of mystery and melancholy as well as a glimpse of a strange beauty.” — Rudi Brunell,... More > Toronto Arts News< Less
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Product Details

Edition
Pdf Ebook Edition
Published
December 26, 2011
Language
English
Pages
87
File Format
PDF
File Size
331.27 KB
Product ID
18780804

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