FABRIC: Preludes to the Last American Book

FABRIC Preludes to the Last American Book The complexities of alienation hybridize the mouth double the tongue The logic of Froude s syntax gives us mercifully the poetics of the divided tongue in the space between multiple possibilities

  • Title: FABRIC: Preludes to the Last American Book
  • Author: Richard Froude
  • ISBN: 9780982989609
  • Page: 306
  • Format: Paperback
  • The complexities of alienation hybridize the mouth, double the tongue The logic of Froude s syntax gives us, mercifully, the poetics of the divided tongue in the space between multiple possibilities, we are invited to trespass our own borders that we might finally hear and learn to speak radical change and transformation FABRIC is a remarkable and necessaryThe complexities of alienation hybridize the mouth, double the tongue The logic of Froude s syntax gives us, mercifully, the poetics of the divided tongue in the space between multiple possibilities, we are invited to trespass our own borders that we might finally hear and learn to speak radical change and transformation FABRIC is a remarkable and necessary book, a wonderful achievement Selah SaterstromOf FABRIC Accepting whatever its elegant sentences say, in their not conventional logic, I m convinced it contains whatever I need to understand it It says it s about memory, numbers sequence , consciousness And I guess it is, I really like reading it a big compliment Being in the fabric of it, though it is so mysterious an amazing book Alice NotleyI love Richard Froude s declarative, incandescently plain sentences, which at first seem like high stakes non sequiturs, then a study in perfect, surprising aphorism, then a deftly woven web of profundity The formal distillation and intellectual range of this book are impressive enough even so is Froude s gentle but insistent touching on questions of God, mortality, war, memory, family, intimacy, and history Froude sets up poetic shop in the fraught space between terror and fertility, and wrests from it this exceptionally beautiful, intelligent book Maggie NelsonThis is a British blurb, because we were both born in England Richard Froude is sort of brilliant To translate he is a complete and utter bloody genius I am thrilled to stand behind this gorgeous, fused book I remember when I met Richard, and we sat on some stairs at Naropa I tried to explain to him that he was doing something strange and beautiful in his writing, that was different to other kinds of writing I said Have you ever considered the possibility that you re actually a novelist He looked at me blankly, but now I think the prediction has come true What is a novel That s separate Ask Richard Ask the person who mutates the given form Bhanu Kapil

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