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By Ron Silliman

Between the Age of Innocence and the Age of expertise comes The Age of Huts. This e-book brings jointly for the 1st time all the poems in Ron Silliman's Age of Huts cycle, together with Ketjak, sundown Debris, The chinese language laptop, and 2197, as good as key satellite tv for pc texts, Sitting Up, status, Taking Steps, and BART. Each poem bargains a extensively varied procedure towards utilizing language to discover the area. one of many founding works of Language Poetry, The Age of Huts is approximately every thing, roughly actually, as every one sentence, even each one word, embarks by itself narrative, linking jointly to shape a wide polyphonic research of up to date lifestyles. From Ketjak, one of the 1st poems to hire "the new sentence," to 2197, a serial paintings that scrambles the vocabulary and grammar of its sentences, The Age of Huts questions every little thing we have now recognized approximately poetry on the way to see the realm anew.

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