Way a Line Hallucinates Its Own Linearity

Way a Line Hallucinates Its Own Linearity

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Title: Way a Line Hallucinates Its Own Linearity
Author: Vogel, Danielle
ISBN: 9781597098212
Publisher: Red Hen Press
Published: 2020
Binding: Quality
Language: English
Condition: New


Poetry 1209567
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Danielle Vogel's newest collection creates a latticework for repair--the repairing of past trauma, the calling-into-presence of a dissociated self--but does so while keeping the material of this net of thinking in a fragmented, diaphanous state, glowing in the space between the poem and essay. Across three sections of "displacements," "miniatures," and "volume," Vogel initiates readers into the séance of the book; she asks the reader to hold vigil for the most crucial phase of its composition, which can only happen when the reader and she meet at the site of the page, within a "new, interrupted unity." In The Way a Line Hallucinates its Own Linearity, accord--writing with, reading with--is always a verb, always kinetic, alchemical, and alive. "It only takes one letter on the page," Vogel writes, "and we are already inside one another's lungs." To consent to walk through these spaces is to give up that part of you that wishes to remain anonymous and un-entrained. You will be grateful that you did.