Free E–pub (Nets AUTHOR Jen Bervin) BY Jen Bervin


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    Free E–pub (Nets AUTHOR Jen Bervin) BY Jen Bervin This fascinating and lovely book of erasure poems was created using the sonnets hence the name nets from sonnets The lines w

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    Read Nets AUTHOR Jen Bervin Free E–pub (Nets AUTHOR Jen Bervin) BY Jen Bervin Read ↠ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Í Jen Bervin In erasure there must be revelation and the presentation of these fine little poems emphasizes that black words plucked from the pale source the sonnets set upon the creamy page with nothing on the opposite page to distract the readerMany of t

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    Free E–pub (Nets AUTHOR Jen Bervin) BY Jen Bervin A fascinating book Shakespeare's Sonnets are printed in halftone and Bervin has chosen certain words and phrases to print in full ordinary black type So you can read the sonnet as a ghostly form behind the poem Bervin has created I don't think he has made full use of the meanings of the Sonnets but then again

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    Read Nets AUTHOR Jen Bervin Jen Bervin Í 8 Summary Free E–pub (Nets AUTHOR Jen Bervin) BY Jen Bervin Such a beautiful simple idea I'd wondered why it hadn't been done before After reading Nick Flynn's The Captain Asks for a Show of Hands I grew really interested in redactionserasures and at the recommendation of a coworker I picked up Nets Bervin has done a really masterful job pulling out new poems and unlike a few people here I

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    Free E–pub (Nets AUTHOR Jen Bervin) BY Jen Bervin Jen Bervin Í 8 Summary A must have Not just to read but to own Erasures of Wm Shakespeare's sonnets It does good things to the brain

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    Read Nets AUTHOR Jen Bervin Jen Bervin Í 8 Summary Free E–pub (Nets AUTHOR Jen Bervin) BY Jen Bervin Truly inspired Bervin does an erasure of Shakespearean sonnets that are not erasures at all living within the still readable text and jumping to the fore The poems that result are extremely spare but are gorgeous and thought

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    Free E–pub (Nets AUTHOR Jen Bervin) BY Jen Bervin Read ↠ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Í Jen Bervin Read Nets AUTHOR Jen Bervin rating A One of my Best Books of the Year for 2019hoisted sail transport me Bring me within your wake 117 I one of the best lines I have read this summer this year even Nets is a long light erasure of the majority

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    Free E–pub (Nets AUTHOR Jen Bervin) BY Jen Bervin I just LOVE this concept  Similar to blackout poetry Bervin finds poems within Shakespeare's sonnets yet chooses only to lighten the

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    Free E–pub (Nets AUTHOR Jen Bervin) BY Jen Bervin Read ↠ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Í Jen Bervin Jen Bervin Í 8 Summary My favorite graduation gift A beautiful addition to the sonnet tradition The tradition itself was built on the minute diffe

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    Free E–pub (Nets AUTHOR Jen Bervin) BY Jen Bervin Less thrilling and challenging than Bervin's Silk Poems yet still a pleasant scan of the Bard's sonnets

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  • Paperback
  • 150
  • Nets AUTHOR Jen Bervin
  • Jen Bervin
  • English
  • 27 September 2020
  • 9780972768436

Read Nets AUTHOR Jen Bervin

Nets AUTHOR Jen Bervin Free read Ï eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Ctively as verbal ones Bervin allows the discarded text to remain on the page as a ghostly presence while she highlights the marginal line numbers that allude to the sonnets' canonizatio. I just LOVE this concept Similar to blackout poetry Bervin finds poems within Shakespeare s sonnets yet chooses only to lighten the text she doesn t use so you get two poems in one Shakespeare s and hers I ve never seen anything like it in a published book and I m just so glad that my first experience with it was through Shakespeare In fact I d been meaning to reread the sonnets as well as find some new poetry to peruse and here this book was a perfect mixture of the two There were so many passages I underlined and poems that I put hearts around it s well worth reading Don t miss outReview cross listed here

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Nets AUTHOR Jen Bervin Free read Ï eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Hiseling away at the familiar lines to reveal surprising new poems while pointing obliuely at the unavoidably intertextual ground of writing Using visual compositional strategies as effe. Such a beautiful simple idea I d wondered why it hadn t been done before After reading Nick Flynn s The Captain Asks for a Show of Hands I grew really interested in redactionserasures and at the recommendation of a coworker I picked up Nets Bervin has done a really masterful job pulling out new poems and unlike a few people here I really did think they were all high uality beautiful pieces that could stand well on their own Though I m glad to have the palimpsest behind it as well One day I d love to see the original manuscript

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Nets AUTHOR Jen Bervin Free read Ï eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Poetry Jen Bervin has reimagined Shakespeare as our true contemporary Her little poems sing Paul Auster In NETS poet and artist Jen Bervin strips Shakespeare's sonnets bare to the nets c. In erasure there must be revelation and the presentation of these fine little poems emphasizes that black words plucked from the pale source the sonnets set upon the creamy page with nothing on the opposite page to distract the readerMany of these poems stand strongly on their own But it s not possible for me to divorce the poems themselves from the concept and the presentation so where some of the poems would perhaps not stand as well alone I open my eyes wider and take in the full text and the poem found inside it and all I can say is wow I don t buy the oft touted view that one must find something totally new in erasure poetry that the found poem should be completely independent of the source text If that s the case then why do erasure at all The source is going to offer possibilities and choices The source is at the poet s disposal and will set limits The source is not going to predetermine but it is going to influence I love Jen Bervin s note at the end of the book When we write poems the history of poetry is with us pre inscribed in the white of the page Here is an excerpt that should help you decide if you are interested in owning this book