[KINDLE] ✓ Niceties: Aural Ardor, Pardon Me | By ↠ Elizabeth Mikesch

Niceties: Aural Ardor, Pardon Me By Elizabeth Mikesch,

  • Title: Niceties: Aural Ardor, Pardon Me
  • Author: Elizabeth Mikesch
  • ISBN: 9780983163398
  • Page: 359
  • Format: Paperback
  • Fiction Poetry NICETIES is a subversive text of lingual dissonance in which vocality precedes sense making operations Its phonics disrupt narrative through syntactical atonalities If you re weary of mild, obedient prose, try plunging into the pages of Elizabeth Mikesch s exuberant debut This book is witchcraft stories refreshingly loosely translated from the real byFiction Poetry NICETIES is a subversive text of lingual dissonance in which vocality precedes sense making operations Its phonics disrupt narrative through syntactical atonalities If you re weary of mild, obedient prose, try plunging into the pages of Elizabeth Mikesch s exuberant debut This book is witchcraft stories refreshingly loosely translated from the real by a mind that moves on its own Noy Holland It will hardly do the trick to say that NICETIES is a breath of fresh air In Elizabeth Mikesch s compressedly melodious prose, a reader inhales purifying drafts of something entirely unexpected in these literary dog days not some novelty intoxicant concocted as a careerist stunt but some rarer ether releasing itself at long last into the world to dazzle, yes, but also to clarify so much of what we had never dreamed clarifiable about the ecstasy of our human mess Gary Lutz
    Niceties Aural Ardor Pardon Me Fiction Poetry NICETIES is a subversive text of lingual dissonance in which vocality precedes sense making operations Its phonics disrupt narrative through syntactical atonalities If you re weary of m

    One thought on “Niceties: Aural Ardor, Pardon Me”

    1. Niceties Elizabeth Mikeschby Laura Creste Calamari 2014 Elizabeth Mikesch s debut Niceties, a wild and lyrical hybrid, is the rare exception in which the term poetic used to describe fiction isn t hyperbolic The stories feel like prose poems because they operate according to associative logic and sonic pleasures Because Mikesch prizes sound over clarity, indefinite pronouns abound The word it is chimerical and untraceable at times, as is the shape shifting addressee The opening piece When We Wer [...]

    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *