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Some Kind of Cheese Orgy by Linh Dinh
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Some Kind of Cheese Orgy

by Linh Dinh

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Poetry. "The ever-precise and brilliant James Schuyler characterized Vladimir Mayakovsky's poetry as brimming with the 'intimate yell.' Frank O'Hara got that energy pulsing in his work, but was tenderer, while Linh Dinh is more preposterous and full of outrage than either. Imagine a concoction that mixes Shakespeare's Falstaff and Celine's Bardum, frank, rollicking humor and hair-raising disgust. After adding fish sauce, a smelly cheese and sexual sweat, shake vigorously. Out of the bottle rises Linh Dinh. God talks to him and he talks about everything, including the body parts that Renaissance painters left out. No one does it better"--John Yau.

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