By Steven Zultanski

Agony is the 1st in a trilogy of lengthy confessional poems. It makes use of semi-rigorous mathematical and logical constraints to view the author's lifestyles and physique, telescopically, as little bits of time and house. every little thing written this is as real as attainable – that's to assert, beautiful precise. It makes an attempt autobiography as a refutation of autobiography, and an elevation of the self as self-effacement. Love pops up as a topic quite a lot. So does self-mutilation, and so forth. there are various numbers, yet don't be concerned, it truly is extra approximately politics and myth than numbers, although, as traditional, they appear far and wide. similar to items of your physique after you've got minimize them off and scattered all of them over the realm, after which exit searching for them back, for a few reason.

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