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Writings for the Oulipo

by Ian Monk

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Poetry. "From the hilarious univocalisms of "Homage to Georges Perec" to the dizzying "information" provided in the literally falling "Twin Towers," Ian Monk demonstrates that Oulipo is by no means only--or even primarily--a French import; on the contrary, its possibilities for Anglophone poets are enormous. Monk's sheer inventiveness and intellectual agility, his verbal wit and prosodic skill will have you chuckling over his "Snowballs" and marveling at his anagrammatic threnodies. Writings for the Oulipo is a book to savor--good to the last drop!"--… (more)
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Poetry. "From the hilarious univocalisms of "Homage to Georges Perec" to the dizzying "information" provided in the literally falling "Twin Towers," Ian Monk demonstrates that Oulipo is by no means only--or even primarily--a French import; on the contrary, its possibilities for Anglophone poets are enormous. Monk's sheer inventiveness and intellectual agility, his verbal wit and prosodic skill will have you chuckling over his "Snowballs" and marveling at his anagrammatic threnodies. Writings for the Oulipo is a book to savor--good to the last drop!"--

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