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Mindbody problem nor interventionists receivers who stand at a great distance from the polis The pamphlet recommendedbasements and cavesIt recommended shelterand water and hope C The speaker of the poem cycle The Blue Book declares I sometimes imagine what sex would be like in a world without names p36 These poems evoke not through the linguistic machinations of many contemporary poets a sense of heightened rhetoric that recycles its explorations and erects a catalogue of spatiotemporal statements that ground our social and private lives Like the distances and betweens that are constructed throughout the book s poems we again return "to Moschovakis interest in relations Sex between two people contains a kind of "Moschovakis interest in relations Sex between two people contains a kind of Its meaning is both certain and changeable D When I enter the public domain I wonder who s gonna foot the bill Dependence Day Parade understands The dialogue isMalfunctioning and that one touchy subject led to another touchy subjectand we talked about itwhile sitting on our hands Moschovakis speaker through a variety of formal devices such as fragmentary sentences repetition and obliue shifts between thoughts and perceptions imagines the topography of dependence that eventually reads as another kind of catalogue for the social political and economic disparities between public and private Thinking I might like to writeAn optimistic poemI loaded a font calledUTOPIAIt crashed my computer E The Moschovakis poems sink in I don t need any convincing As one writer put it we are an administered population As this first book of poems makes clear through the topography of relational characters and institutions we can perhaps trance to Roman law it s easier to carry the museum on our back. Of our present real world Perplexed at the moment of certainty estranged at the moment of intimacy these poems illuminate amuse and provoke Plato would have loved them” Ann Lauterba. Uldn t uite get my head around the first time I look forward to bending back the cover as if anew each time I would love to hear our thoughts A I can t remember what it is I m supposed to "be doing declares Moschovakis speaker from the poem Untitled which begins her collection of poems What s rather spooky about "doing declares Moschovakis speaker from the poem Untitled which begins her collection of poems What s rather spooky about declaration it doesn t seem to erupt from the margins of self but is articulated as the crux of our new century s vocalized dilemma Words are mere plastic and perhaps we follow Yeats to where things fall apart the center cannot hold Mere anarchy is loosed upon the world The ironically speaking subject finally absolved of discrimination as mental action would like ethics to wilt however much the memory of ethical behavior remains in order to attend to a world of appearance Finally distinctions break down as in I wonder when kinky became pornographic and whether that aspect is subtractable The speaker doesn t tremble in her hyper vigilance but wants to be an abstract word with an inscrutable ending Postmodern we make up the rules as we go along B The last line between feeling and fact will choose a good point and end Flattery will continue to make us immortal in the difficult ears between the first word and the "Lost P6 The Function "p6 The function the word between acts throughout Moschovakis poems as a thread that taunts the surface of American life Space between individuals and occurrences are marked by the consumption of language devoid of conseuence where the conjuring of Plato s allegory of the cave suddenly appears to be the topography of our deepest dreams and our ideal fallout shelter In many of Moschovakis poems we are placed firmly in the idea of illusion We are not the guardians of our own. G at the real with precision and mystery” Ammiel Alcalay “Poetry reinvents itself in Plato’s cave where nothing can be seen but the mind’s agile resources climbing the walls. Plenty of good lines but the cohesiveness of the work slants away this may be because I prefer a narrative form of poetry but I often got lost waiting for delight rather than having it delivered the language is fantastic but the fireworks aren t as spectacular as I would have hoped Read that as 35 stars A collection that I was interested in than liked if that makes a sort of sense It is a collection very interested in the "workings and non workings ou could #Say Of Language In #of language In "and non workings ou could say of language In that definitely works Thought provoking Funny at points InterestingDoesn t grab ou by the heart though And that s refreshing from time to time The tiny poem I liked the most when many in the collection are uite long doesn t really exemplify the rest but regardlessA Brief History of American Dependenceone touchy subject led to another touchy subjectand we talked about itwhile sitting on our hands the blue book was the poem I likethe introduction of new concepts seems a progression but towards what Anna s poems are like a bright beautiful machine The poem is the garden of the propositional the result of this work in its variance disguised as
POETRY IT S THE GARDEN NEWSit s the garden news recently got stuck in the waiting room of a doctor s office for about three hours Even the staff had left for the day I was alone All alone I had Anna s book with me Thank god because I don t read German Elle typically The book is made up of several long poems in sections Dependence Day Parade and Preparations stand out for me but the whole thing is great Check it This collection of poetry keeps drawing me back It seems that Ms Moschovakis wants to get through to me Every time I return I get something humor that I missed the last time insights that I co. “A trailblazing work” Lewis Warsh “An auspicious debut Stripped of artifice and the mere effects of formal pyrotechnics these poems move by ear and intellect pushing and pullin.