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    Karen Green ↠ 5 characters Read & Download ó PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ↠ Karen Green Pdf/E–book [Bough Down] Ñ Karen Green This is the other side of the curtain for me the mourning rather than the mourned that outnumber me ten to one Lots of other little things work for those mentally alike myself but this right here for me is it The end all argument The intractable inexorable eternal fail safe of I will never put another person through this Ever I can't say that I'd die before doing so but for any who have existed inside major dep

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    Pdf/E–book [Bough Down] Ñ Karen Green I confess to reading this book because it is written by Karen Green David Foster Wallace's widow But the experience become so much tha

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    Pdf/E–book [Bough Down] Ñ Karen Green Karen Green ↠ 5 characters Karen Green approaches her loss from so many angles anger Freckled thing don’t fuck with the psych patients shame I call the doctor I am suffering it’s embarrassing and I need I need I need guilt you left the house the

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Free read Bough Down

review õ Bough Down å PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Read & Download ó PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ↠ Karen Green Free read Bough Down With fearlessness and grace Bough Down reports from deep inside the maelstrom of grief In this profoundly beautiful and intensely moving lament artist and writer Karen Green conjures the inscrutable space of love and loss clarity and contradiction sense and madness She summons memory and the machination of the interior mind with the emotional acuity of music as she charts her passage through the devastation of her husband's suicide In crystalline fragments of tex. This is the other side of the curtain for me the mourning rather than the mourned that outnumber me ten to one Lots of other little things work for those mentally alike myself but this right here for me is it The end all argument The intractable inexorable eternal fail safe of I will never put another person through this Ever I can t say that I d die before doing so but for any who have existed inside major depressive disorder andor any other breed of self annihilating impulse you know how death pales beside the barbed wire vagary augury of this Supervivere Latin from super of in addition to vivere is to live You would not believe the ballast that small structure givesI found DFW after he was dead good avoiding any chance of too true empathetic shock and bad the fuckery of the career path I m still patching up because who switches from 35 years of Engineering to English and a waste of timemoneypatienceenough that counselors lie to your voice and education begs to institutionalize Good I apply my Engineering work ethic to English and wonders never cease bad no matter how many phone calls I make or deadlines I achieve or occasions I socialize this is it till I trust the medsthe docsthe healthcare system with the contents of my skull Good in that like Woolf and so many others Wallace was writing in transit between one point and that much sensationalized next and it is evidence of such that next to the person I live for I trust above all elseI don t think people sing much at funerals in my country I don t think there are many dirges or pieces of mourner s poetry maybe an organ or a choir or work like this in the bluest of blue moons but grief What is grief in the USA I see people thinking Green s capitalizing off her husband s death I think about women and women of color and people of color writing slave narratives and mysteries to feed and medicate their children I look at the intersection between capitalism and writing and death Due to my experiences with reading Infinite Jest I cannot forgo the importance of literature like so many are comfortable able or forget that what works for me will not be nearly as effective for someone else due to barriers of whiteness heteronormativity cisnormativity gender class grief Grief To mourn with ships and gold and human sacrifice with songs and drugs and poetry with something that forbade me from uoting any of this because out of context is not for what is to be found here with a four star rating cause that s how I feel it is I write enough to escape the boundaries of that line of shapes above but boundaries are what I need Freedom s a fall in my line of thoughtYou get such a heavy confluence of contextualized word and you wonder about coincidental matters in the vein of fate and hubris One could say cult but I hope not One could say circle but that s rather unfeeling to my Judgement Day trained sense One could say I and so many others are here today because of Green and DFW and that would be true

Read & Download ó PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ↠ Karen GreenBough Down

review õ Bough Down å PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Read & Download ó PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ↠ Karen Green Free read Bough Down T Green's voice is paradoxically confessional and non confessional moments in her journey are devastating but also luminous exacting in sensation but also ambiguous and layered in meaning Her world is haunted by the unnameable and yet she renders that world with poetic precision in her struggle to make sense of not only of death but of living In counterpoint tiny visual collages punctuate the text each made of salvaged language and scraps of the material world pa. My 1 favourite read of 2020Video ReviewKaren Green s Frail Sister is my favourite poem of all time And I see only now that its poetic structure was first devised in Bough Down an elegiac response to David Foster Wallace s deathThe way we talk about death has changed a lot in the last decade The generation before me find it taboo to discuss causes of death This is especially true of suicide I am one of very few people in the world studying suicide and I suspect this is largely due to its legalization in Canada It remains illegal in some forms in many parts of the world and that makes it especially hard to talk about That also makes it hard to understand The problem then is that it is hard to know how to grieve someone who dies by suicide This is why I think Bough Down is beyond being a spectacular poem It is a uniuely real and close journey through a peculiar occurrence of grief both in its discovery and its particular subject Sure it s undeniable that it serves as an excellent poem in and of itself were it fictional with it s surrealist construction and a style rolling with human longing wit humour hope and chaos But its honesty humble and raw expression is what set it apart It takes guts and love to write like this Karen Green s Bough Down rivals and contrasts greatly with Anne Carson s Nox Both are turning the book as an object into a very personal form a diary you feel you should not have been able to access And only when this is done can we get close enough to appropriately convey to the closest conscious feelings we could ever write Original ReviewReview coming soon for this fantastically fing sad elegiac masterpiece I need to gather myself

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review õ Bough Down å PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Read & Download ó PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ↠ Karen Green Free read Bough Down Ges torn from books bits of paper refuse drawings and photographs old postage stamps and the albums which classify them Each collage and the creative act of making it evinces the reassembling of life A breathtaking lyric elegy Bough Down uses music and silence color and its absence authority of experience and the doubt that trembles at its center to fulfill a humane artistic vision This is a lapidary keenly observed work awash with the honesty of an open hear. This is pretty amazing It s a sort of grief memoir by the wife of David Foster Wallace an attempt to explore several aspects of her grief She s an artist and writer though this is her first book She alternates postage stamp sized collages with what seems to be prose poems or free verse I ll call it poetry It s elliptical writing she s not writing for us as much as for herself sometimes angry sad mystified all the things you d expect but not in any sort of analytical or any other kind of order Green s writing never names Wallace but is often directed to him I wondered if I would be at a disadvantage since I had not read any of Wallace s works yet but he is in some sense at least as writer somehow beside the point She doesn t talk about him as a writer He was her lover This is a soul writing and art making and it is passionate and strange and sometimes distancing and sometimes intimate It is never warm and inviting and clear about what is going on It is a series of fragments which matches her failure to make sense of this act It is not about getting over grief or conuering it It is about living it and trying to make sense of it It is an amazing book rich with language and observation

  • Hardcover
  • 186
  • Bough Down
  • Karen Green
  • English
  • 10 May 2018
  • 9781938221019