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Installations by Nicole Brossard


by Nicole Brossard

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Award-winning poet Nicole Brossard interrogates the nature of subjectivity and articulates the unsayable, paying close attention to those transitory moments when passions lodge themselves in metaphor. The intimacy of writing and the body speak together here, for to be able to say requires trembling against the grain of the skin. This brilliant new translation by Erin Mour and Robert Majzels makes available in English the original, sparse, and highly evocative fragments of Installations, poems that trace and retrace the spiralling movement of language in its eroticism, its longing, and its excesses.… (more)
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