Undoing of the understanding of human psychology as has existed so far, in literature or philosophy or the "scriptures" of various "religions," or poor psychoanalysis, Freud's or... More > his as thought-incapable digressors and followers; William James and inheritors, Lacan and fools.< Less
A post-Platonic dialogue, a dialectical discourse, it may be, pretending to be a literary play, or it is a drama, a dream, that is mostly a dialectical discourse, but there is some relief of comedy... More > here and elsewhere.< Less
A medley and fantasy of non-fictional and fictional prose that may make them become a book whose subtitle is "The Most Subtly Characterized Creature in Literature", with literature in... More > italics.< Less
A work divided into two volumes,
vol. 1) "Stepping Into the Checkmate: a poem in a new verse form." An epic, completed in 2013, that is so radically original in versification, differing... More > from classic poets such as Keats, Milton, Eliot, Yeats and from modern poets, even the late Seamus Heaney, who write such slovenly verse as to make poetry marginalized in contemporary readers' interests, that it could not immediately find a home.
volume 2) "Poisoned and Lacquered Branches." An unrhymed prose poem best described by the lines as here,
Published in the year of some lord, 2014.
It will readily be understood by the reader that in translation the distinction between the two volumes will disappear.
To be fair, Dante is supposed to be sublime and profound in Italy, and Milton, read in English, has for long been considered as being an organ voice of a poet whose philosophy can be ignored.
Milton is then the greater poet.< Less