[Reading] ➷ This Is What Happens When Talk Ends Author Gale Nelson – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk

This Is What Happens When Talk Ends Poetry There Are Eight Sets Of Eight Poems All Poems Within A Set Follow The Vowel Pattern Of A Particular Passage From Shakespeare They Could Be Called Homovocalic Translations Of Shakespeare Though They Ignore His Content While Trying To Build Toward Their Own Coherence The Sets Are Not Presented In Linear Succession Instead, The Poems Are Arranged In A Chess Pattern, The Earliest Surviving Knight S Circuit, Attributed To Al Adli Ar Rumi Of Baghdad And Presumed To Date From AD


10 thoughts on “This Is What Happens When Talk Ends

  1. says:

    Special dislike of this one I couldn t finish it or rather, I wouldn t finish it, because I can see that there is no need It is a conceptual procedural book, and reading it is miserable, but since the concept and procedure hold throughout, there is no hope of that misery lifting I made an effort to continue reading past the point of that identification, anyhow But it s stultifying The procedures were many, explained in a note, and involve vowel reconstructions of Shakespeare passages Bu Special dislike of this one I couldn t finish it or rather, I wouldn t finish it, because I can see that there is no need It is a conceptual procedural book, and reading it is miserable, but since the concept and procedure hold throughout, there is no hope of that misery lifting I made an effort to continue reading past the point of that identification, anyhow But it s stultifying The procedures were many, explained in a note, and involve vowel reconstructions of Shakespeare passages But the author mentions losing steam on the project, and he might well have taken note these are great examples of the limitations of procedure, even when the procedure itself is moderately interesting My question would be as a poet, why set your goals so low as It was a given that Shakespeare had found the perfect route my goal was simply to get somewhere else What would you demonstrate in doing so That by driving down the same highway two drivers see different things But if one has seen themradiantly, what s valuable in another seeing them incoherently or dully I m not sure


  2. says:

    Too much contrivance


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