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A Several World review Ô 0 ↠ As in the title phrase—borrowed from a 17th century poem by Robert Herrick—in which “several” is used to individuate uestions of singularity and the plural of subjectivity and the collective pervade this dream uick poetry In A Several World there are glimpses of an “us down here”—in a city state in a valley towA valley town in an open clearing in the understory and by various projections there is freuent attainment of an aerial vantage a supervisory perspective The wish to be out of the weeds to imagine one can see the thing in whole and conversely the wish to be overseen even to be overlooked further animate the. Dense poetry Most of the time I don't know what to make of it and the vocab is insane I'm not sure how much this resonates with me but I definitely find it impressive and interesting

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Poetic shuttling between late pastoral and conceptual project Landscape here is spatial theater and blowing through like new weather a choreography recruits certain standalone selves solidarity beginning in an erotics of attunement catching likenesses “Pick me up can also be as freuency and antennae do?. tough cerebral poetry although somewhat unsatisfying a better actualization of what say a Perelman goes for viz getting theory to think poetryreread this again a few months later; not much has changed there were parts where it broke through but not to anywhere eminently inhabitable still a pleasure to wrestle with though but too many places where i still after 2 readings do not begin to know what blanchfield is up to

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A Several WorldAs in the title phrase borrowed from a 17th century poem by Robert Herrick in which “several” is used to individuate uestions of singularity and the plural of subjectivity and the collective pervade this dream uick poetry In A Several World there are glimpses of an “us down here” in a city state in. This is one of the most difficult and most obscure books of poetry I've ever read and my initial impression was negative but I gradually began to appreciate what the poet was trying to do even though I'm not sure I know exactly what that is