Notes for Echo Lake (2020)

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  • Title: Notes for Echo Lake
  • Author: MichaelPalmer
  • ISBN: 9780865470231
  • Page: 332
  • Format: Unknown Binding
Notes for Echo Lake MichaelPalmer None
Notes for Echo Lake MichaelPalmer

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  1. Rodney

    I sort of distrust Michael Palmer s poetry the way I distrust goth kids wearing cowls on summer days Is the world really so puzzling and impenetrable, language as full of smoke and aporia as Palmer s image horde suggests Or does he just like the clothes While not exactly ersatz, there s a feeling of something reverentially borrowed in his verse from Celan, from the French modernists and turned not to light a new room, but to mood light the one others have already shown us Still, like those summe [...]

  2. W.B.

    Half of this book is rather tepid throwback surrealism The other half varies from good to great poetry Palmer s position in the L A N G U A G E pantheon has always been rather marginal One wonders if the language poets were jealous of his assimilation into the culturewhich seems to have been much easier for him than for the inner cadre of formalistically intrepid writers This faster assimilation was no doubt due to the fact that he was basically writing in a received tradition and just importin [...]

  3. Phoebe

    My ears ache from all the echoing, the lake s illusions of depth and reflections and distortions As water below thought below object And the emptying voice The emptying words It s hard not to read the recurring spiral as something past its moment nearly everything else manages to avoid that sense for me.

  4. Cody

    Every time I take a look at this book, I m amazed at how one starts a book like this Michael would probably kill me for saying this, but it s much like Ginsberg in that he was taking his life and making it epic Michael does this in a much quieter way, a personal way, but it is no less demanding than Homer I m humbled and in constant awe A remarkable set of poems.

  5. Kate Cooke

    I have a tattoo of a line from from notes for echo lake 4 it says whose is the voice that empties It is wonderful reminder for me This book really meant a lot for me while I was struggling through some rough things in college.

  6. Jeremy Allan

    I have enjoyed other Michael Palmer books In this case, I became frustrated with a certain regularity of sentence structure Maybe I was just spoiling for a fight.

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