The Sophist

The Sophist❰KINDLE❯ ❅ The Sophist Author Charles Bernstein – Jobs-in-kingston.co.uk A pivotal book for Bernstein, The Sophist demonstrated his great range of subject matter, style, and genre By contrasting wildly different approaches to poetry, Bernstein not only questions the intrin A pivotal book for Bernstein, The Sophist demonstrated his great range of subject matter, style, and genre By contrasting wildly different approaches to poetry, Bernstein not only questions the intrinsic value of any given form but also provides a model for his later heterogeneous books, including My Way and With Strings. A range of poetic pieces, from a poem made up for three line stanzas compiled from Word Frequencies in Spoken American English by Hartvig Dahl I and The , pg 59 , to a play that takes as its characters Liubov Popova, Jenny Lind, and John Milton Entitlement , pg 19 And everything in between MiltonFor still she prospects, yet mopes and sprawlsA crystalline confusion to confer these Stalls,Which I not willing, storedWhat could I, a piece of chalk, but scribbleIn determined fright, or sta A range of poetic pieces, from a poem made up for three line stanzas compiled from Word Frequencies in Spoken American English by Hartvig Dahl I and The , pg 59 , to a play that takes as its characters Liubov Popova, Jenny Lind, and John Milton Entitlement , pg 19 And everything in between MiltonFor still she prospects, yet mopes and sprawlsA crystalline confusion to confer these Stalls,Which I not willing, storedWhat could I, a piece of chalk, but scribbleIn determined fright, or stand enmazed PopovaYet by force of space delineatedmade nets to catch a fallthemselves that trapped us LindBatty as the day is thronged, loopsEyelids like a sabre from its sheathMoaning like an apple fraught with frost PopovaAnd turning spin, and spinning die Entitlement pg 25 That is, in prose you start out with the worldand find the words to match in poetry you startwith the words and find the world in them Dysraphism pg 49 I and theto that youit of aknow was uhin but isthis me aboutjust don t mywhat I m likeor have soit s not thinkbe with he well do foron because reallyas at ifwhen had all I and The pg 59 E U a peg on which to hang D O X U Sthe orderliness of letters a gloom of shellacof the gravity of the fog There are some solid facts that are indisputable The order of pg 85 A heart as bigas a sewer and abrain as big as but comparisonsare innocuous the first liereplicates itselfin an isolatedword Judge less you notbe judged the word slipby unknownyou to itit to you Foreign Body Sensation pg 85 From the Ministry of Psychological Science Normal minds never run adrift when there are no environmental factors to poison them Exposure to big businessmen, right to life Christians, military officers, career managers, and New York Times cultural editors causes otherwise healthy young people to become perverts These types, motivated by greed for money and power and authority belong to the lower human strata They are classed as moral imbeciles They are all, or most of them, antisocials with a pronounced defective aesthetic sense It is not uncommon, however, to find them brilliant and nimble witted But they are plausible and ready liars They lie even when the truth might beserviceable Lifestyles that would arouse horror and repugnance in normal personas are sought after by such individuals People of this type resent being spoken to courteously they want to be addressed roughly Even among those classed as intelligent, they derive actual gratification in exposing their ignorance to one another Many have anesthetic consciences pricks with needles cause no pain Orgasms can only be achieved by this type of pervert by enacting or fantasizing racist, sexist, ageist, or authoritarian acts Having once been an unwilling witness to conversation between two such individuals, I can say it is the most disgusting, absolutely the most nauseating, spectacle one cane imagine Amblyopia pg 114 Many people have trouble with everydayactivities, such as speaking, thinking,responding, dreaming, eating, sleeping A crutchshares the weight of burden, protectingwithout shielding, but should not be usedwithout specific instructions Amblyopia pg 114 Where are the blue sputter ofyesteryear SometimesI think I heara mosquito but it turns out to be theRefrigerator It s not sobad once you get usedto it Safe Methods of Business pg 134 For instance,according to Bostonmagazine, Oliver WendellHolmes oncecalled the city the hubof the solar system Safe Methods of Business pg 135 is like a is a its one has a conceptionlooks wants somehow stares at that it some kind of who is not allowing for that they be there everything one must it s a very A Person Is Not an Entity Symbolic but the Divine Incarnation, 15 pg 152 Are you happy, Jack A Person Is Not an Entity Symbolic but the Divine Incarnation, 16 pg 152 On a side not, Bernstein overtly attacks Allen Ginsberg s dictum first though, best thought in one of his poems, making clear the departure of the L A N G U A G E poets from the Beat poets who preceded them One want almost to shudder yawn, laughin disbeliefat the hierarchization of consciousness in such a dictumas first thought, best thought m as if recoverywere to be prohibited from the kingdom for anyway first thought is no thinkingat all There is no actual space of Soquiet you can hear the clouds gather The Simply pg 13

The Sophist PDF ¿ Paperback
  • Paperback
  • 200 pages
  • The Sophist
  • Charles Bernstein
  • English
  • 06 March 2019
  • 1844710009