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By Robert Wrigley
A strong new assortment from an award-winning poet.
on the center of Robert Wrigley's new booklet are the fears that locate us on the darkest instances and the hopes we upward push to every morning. those poems discover that time the place the sacred and the profane come jointly, that position of attractiveness contained in the ugly and the gruesome within what's attractive. The legislation of nature, the commandments of capitalism, and the principles of warfare are remodeled into songs of longing, patriotism, and dissent; we're additionally reminded of the grace living within the glimpse of a horse less than a whole moon or the preserved lock of a lover's hair. Elegiac and lyrical, playful and indignant, Beautiful Country bargains a imaginative and prescient of a rustic that's unflinching, challenging, and generous.
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A strong new assortment from an award-winning poet.
on the center of Robert Wrigley's new booklet are the fears that locate us on the darkest occasions and the hopes we upward thrust to every morning. those poems discover that time the place the sacred and the profane come jointly, that position of good looks contained in the ugly and the ugly within what's appealing. The legislation of nature, the commandments of capitalism, and the principles of struggle are remodeled into songs of longing, patriotism, and dissent; we're additionally reminded of the grace living within the glimpse of a horse lower than a whole moon or the preserved lock of a lover's hair. Elegiac and lyrical, playful and offended, attractive state bargains a imaginative and prescient of a rustic that's unflinching, challenging, and generous.
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The most obvious musical forms are not the most decisive: the sound music of the sentence can escape the blandness of ornamentation only by accompanying its intrinsic music, giving itself up to it. This merges in a rhythm which is essentially mute. Syntax itself is this rhythm. It is a cadenced order, a sequential hierarchy. The grammatical construction of the sentence is obviously rhythmical—it segments by giving value to each of its parts. But precise relations also exist from one term to another above and beyond the limits of the parts of the sentence and without reference to their grammatical organization: echo, nuance, opposition, trope, a relation of one term to an other whose absence is made known or to its own absence which is made known elsewhere, etc.
The measure is its very falling; it is not an exterior constraint, but the logical form in which the performance exhibits its own excess, the sequence that alone can deploy its paradox. Logical form does not set itself up against the performance’s outlandish excess; it measures its immoderation. ) And so each sentence constitutes an internal articulation of the performance. In its own manner each sentence affirms it, explains it, stops it, sets it into motion again. The sentence takes place when the spirited performance of proffering—its immoderation and its falling—becomes pulsation, or when a rhythmical disposition carries an affirmation.