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by Johannes Goransson

eBook A New Quarantine Will Take My Place epub
  • ISBN: 0979362717
  • Author: Johannes Goransson
  • Genre: Other
  • Subcategory: Humanities
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Apostrophe Books; 1st edition (December 1, 2007)
  • Pages: 126 pages
  • ePUB size: 1673 kb
  • FB2 size 1447 kb
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Johannes Goransson writes poetry like none I have ever read before.

Johannes Goransson writes poetry like none I have ever read before. His work carries a lot of pain, but I like the way he mixes it with humor and satire. He is the author of three books of his own writings – A New Quarantine Will Take My Place, Dear Ra and Pilot (Johann the Carousel Horse) – with one more forthcoming in 2011, The Entrance Pageant.

Goransson is also the author of A New Quarantine Will Take My Place, published by Apostrophe Books in late . Johannes offers here a very unique voice, going beyond criticism and offering a natural, fluid way of viewing the nation and big media.

Goransson is also the author of A New Quarantine Will Take My Place, published by Apostrophe Books in late 2007. Its style is varied, well-scoped, and it's just plain amazingly written. PLEASE read this book.

Put on your best pig smile and meet the gratuitous martyrs, Kublai Khan, Colin Powell, the jackle-hearted masses, Herman Melville, Egyptian dogs, and the Coca-Cola Cowboys. They're all in the burning barn at the Big Dance where the Ballad of the Pig Circus plays like a torso full of "October of birds.

Books by author Johannes Goransson: The Sugar Book, Haute Surveillance, Entrance to a colonial pageant, Pilot, Dear Ra, A New Quarantine Will Take My Place. Fiction Poetry Other . ″x7″, 208 p. paperback Tarpaulin Sky Press 2015. Fans of Göransson’s distorted poetics will find this a productive addition to his body of work (Publishers Weekly); Sends its message like a mail train. His end game is an exit wound (Geoffrey kle, Fanzine); As savagely anti-idealist as Burroughs or Guyotat or Ballard.

Home Goransson, Johannes A New Quarantine Will Take My Place. A New Quarantine Will Take My Place. Published by Apostrophe Books, No Place, 2007. Condition: Fine Soft cover. From Derringer Books, Member ABAA (Woodbridge, CT, . We sell all kinds of books, but specialize in 20th century art, literature and poetry. Visit Seller's Storefront.

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Informationen zum Titel A New Quarantine Will Take My Place von Johannes Goransson [mit . Goransson is angry, vulgar, and sometimes crude as he parodies and prods contemporary American poetry's insularity and factionalism– still hung up on Modernism.

Informationen zum Titel A New Quarantine Will Take My Place von Johannes Goransson Goransson is angry, vulgar, and sometimes crude as he parodies and prods contemporary American poetry's insularity and factionalism– still hung up on Modernism. Beauty becomes a riddle doused in gasoline in this epic sequence, often interrupted by Godard-like flashes of mottos and pithy jokes, mixes surrealist impulses with L A N G U A G E-esqe prosody.

Put on your best pig smile and meet the gratuitous martyrs, Kublai Khan, Colin Powell, the jackle-hearted masses, Herman Melville, Egyptian dogs, and the Coca-Cola Cowboys

Put on your best pig smile and meet the gratuitous martyrs, Kublai Khan, Colin Powell, the jackle-hearted masses, Herman Melville, Egyptian dogs, and the Coca-Cola Cowboys. Beauty becomes "a riddle doused in gasoline" in this Postmodern epic that mixes surrealist impulses with L A N G U A G E-esqe prosody.

Johannes Goransson, The Sugar Book: "Doubling down on trademark .

Johannes Goransson, The Sugar Book: "Doubling down on trademark misanthropic imagery amid a pageantry of the unpleasant (PUBLISHERS WEEKLY) .

Poetry. Welcome to Johannes "private genocide," ground zero for figurative language. Put on your best pig smile and meet the gratuitous martyrs, Kublai Khan, Colin Powell, the jackle-hearted masses, Herman Melville, Egyptian dogs, and the Coca-Cola Cowboys. They're all in the burning barn at the Big Dance where the Ballad of the Pig Circus plays like a torso full of "October of birds." Beauty becomes "a riddle doused in gasoline" in this Postmodern epic that mixes surrealist impulses with L=A=N=G=U=A=G=E-esqe prosody. Notions of genre are demolished and language itself seems relegated to a wildly impossible epistemological space that is something akin to "whispering in hammers" or "speaking in silhouettes." If this sounds confusing, don't worry, the poet has sewn it all together with a "travesty of stitches," and he has "left his body inside the allegory." The poet satirizes, prods, pastiches, and "grotesquerizes" until every assumption we have, cultural or personal, crumbles in re-invented idiom.
Comments: (2)
Karg
It's been a couple of years since I first read this book, but I can still feel the excitement of reading it. Johannes offers here a very unique voice, going beyond criticism and offering a natural, fluid way of viewing the nation and big media. Its style is varied, well-scoped, and it's just plain amazingly written. PLEASE read this book.
Lo◘Ve
This is the greatest book of poetry ever written. Be warned: its lines remove eye macula and sizzle the hair.
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