The Start of Sentences
New article by me up at the Text Archive about reading Robert Grenier's Sentences in Bury Art Gallery's Text Archive.
Here's a snippet: As I read through I came across familiar faces, classics to me: “sun setting stands forth in greater relief opposite peaks” BUYGM:1533.36, as discussed by Barrett Watten in Total Syntax, “JOE/JOE” BUYGM:1533.160, as appropriated by Tim Atkins in his if p then q collection 1000 Sonnets, “we had bottles of Canadian beer” BUYGM:1533.53, as used by me in a lecture to exemplify modular units in minimalism, and “kept on going to the corner store” BUYGM:1533.12, as deliberated by Grenier and Ratcliffe in their conversations available at PENNsound.
Here's a LINK
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