review The Descent of Alette Poets Penguin õ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB

review The Descent of Alette Poets Penguin

Of Alette MOBI #243 In The Descent of Alette Alice Notley presents a feminist epic a bold journey into the deeper realms Alette the narrator finds herself underground deep beneath the city where spirits and people ride endle. I despise EVERYONE who has given this book LESS than 4 stars WHAT S THE MATTER WITH YOU Anyway there is no sliding scale for suffering here THIS BOOK will HAUNT you long after you ve finished reading it unlike ANY poetry Alice Notley creates new archetypes and gives new jobs to old ones Don t allow anyone to ruin it for you as most Notley fans can t help themselves but to blab about what and how this book unfolds Tell them to please be UIET Tell them this book is for YOU as much as anyone and it s your experience for the readingFor an interview with Notley

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The Descent of Alette Poets Penguin

Ssly on subways not allowed to live in the world above Traveling deeper and deeper she is on a journey of continual transformation encountering a series of figures and undergoing The Descent Kindle fragmentations and metam. Alice Notley how did you know what was happening down in my subconsciousmeditationdream space How did you dare write a book as unhinged and deep down as this This is a book of poetry about killing the Tyrant If you are a revolutionary read this before Marx or Mao because I think it takes the possibility of emancipation seriously than they did Also it has beautiful snakes

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Orphoses as she seeks to confront the Tyrant and heal the world Using a new measure with rhythmic units indicated by uotation marks Notley has created a spoken text a rich and mesmerizing work of imagination mystery and powe. I can t look at uotation marks the same way


10 thoughts on “The Descent of Alette Poets Penguin

  1. says:

    I despise EVERYONE who has given this book LESS than 4 stars WHAT'S THE MATTER WITH YOU? Anyway there is no sliding scale for suffering here THIS BOOK will HAUNT you long after you've finished reading it unlike ANY poetry Alice Notley creates new archetypes and gives new jobs to old ones Don't allow anyone to ruin it for you as most Notley fans can't help themselves but to blab about what and how this book u

  2. says:

    Epic and slow moving The Descent of Alette dramatizes a single woman’s battle against an ancient patriarchal force The no

  3. says:

    I played laser tag for the first time this week I navigated the strobe lit rooms like a disoriented grandmother spending half my time dazzled by the alien autopsy disco room and the other half crab walking down ramps to avoid slips and rug burns This book was a lot like laser tag The writing was awesome—as surreal tinseled as the autopsy

  4. says:

    This is an admirable novel in lyric It is endlessly creative furiously constructed and showcases a mind hard at work within the confines of the written word Not to suggest that the written word is inherently limiting but often than not I stop myself and say “it is only words How much can I expect from this?” This uestion was pus

  5. says:

    The Descent of Alette is a contemporary feminist approach to the traditional monomyth even following the 17 stages as per Joseph Campbell fairly closely What makes this myth slightly different and perhaps relevant is the female as hero and the man as villain Alette is on a journey to defeat the tyrant who repres

  6. says:

    Alice Notley how did you know what was happening down in my subconsciousmeditationdream space? How did you dare wr

  7. says:

    I took a day off from work to descend with Alette and find myself thinking about this epic and some of its lines days later Like everything Alice Notley touches The Descent of Alette is amazing Notley writes On a leaf or a petal a piece of black lettuce Like a temple tiny nearly transparent My mind floats my mind floats but ever downward — resonant lines but especially so during COVIDElsewhere Thus there was a woman

  8. says:

    I can’t look at uotation marks the same way

  9. says:

    i listened to alice notley's four hour reading of this and that brought me into wild states of stupor recommend

  10. says:

    My reaction to reading the text“I walked into” “the forest; “for the woods were lit” “by yellowstreet lamps” “along various” “dirty pathways” “I paused a moment”“to absorb” “the texture”