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Read & download à The Europe of Trusts Î PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ☆ [KINDLE] ✿ The Europe of Trusts Author Susan Howe – The Europe of Trusts contains three brilliant landmark books which Susan Howe first published in the early 1980s The LiEy O'Brien put it is a voyage of reconnaissance in language a sounding out The Europe PDFEPUB or of ancient hiding places and it is a voyage full of risk 'Words are the only clues we have ' she has said 'What if they fail us'. Initially found this less accessible than the others I'd read but after two readings I think Pythagorean Silence is one of the most amazing poems I've ever read

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Evious decade Hinge Picture Chanting at the Crystal Sea Cabbage Gardens and Secret History of the Dividing Line which established Howe as one of America's most interesting and important contemporary writers Her work as Geoffr. Overall I liked this book a lot She definitely has done some very interesting things with poetry Many of her images and world choices are uite compelling In some of her experimental ie less traditional poems though it seemed like she was just listing interesting words none of which connected in a coherent way to any of the others There was also one play like poem which didn't grab me as much

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The Europe of TrustsThe Europe of Trusts contains three brilliant landmark books which Susan Howe first published in the early s The Liberties Pythagorean Silence and Defenestration of Prague These are the books following her volumes from the pr. One of the most striking features of Howe's poetry is how affective and effective the language There are a great deal of moments in her poetry where Howe's language doesn't make syntactic or narrative sense but still conveys a certain rhythm or implacable meaning Howe's work did not always make complete sense to me but the construction and intricacy struck meThis collection showcases some of the breadth of Howe's experimental style particularly with the inclusion of The Liberties This collection features an examination of female suffering at the hands of tyrannical patriarchal figures particularly centering around Cordelia from King Lear and Stella a major figure in Jonathan Swift's life The poetry shifts between dramatic form and poetic form adding to the complexity of the performative aspects of Howe's poeticsOne of Howe's strengths as a poet comes with her attention to polysyllabic sonic textures Her works are always attentive to a sense of hearing the work even if they are not necessarily meant to have a musicality to them The sense of interrelation between lines stanzas and images also comes from her sonic sensibilitiesHer work is above all intriguing It provokes thought and consideration and is particularly helpful for poets who are beginning to look towards experimental forms and experimental language Howe provides a point of entry for writers and readers to recognize the power of individual words and the work they do