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The Polymers [PDF / Epub] ✅ The Polymers By Adam Dickinson – Thomashillier.co.uk The Polymers is a bold new work from one of our most ambitious poetic minds Structured as an imaginary science project, the varied pieces in this collection investigate the intersection of poetry and The Polymers is a bold new work from one of our most ambitious poetic minds Structured as an imaginary science project, the varied pieces in this collection investigate the intersection of poetry and chemicals, specifically plastics, attempting to understand their essential role in culture Through various procedures, constraints, and formal mutations, the poems express the repeating structures fundamental to plastic molecules as they appear in cultural and linguistic behaviours such as arguments, anxieties, and trendsA wildly experimental and chemically reactive work, The Polymers thrills and provokes You ll never look at the world of a poem or the world itself in the same way again.

    Free Unlimited eBook behaviours such as arguments, anxieties, and trendsA wildly experimental and chemically reactive work, The Polymers thrills and provokes You ll never look at the world of a poem or the world itself in the same way again."/>
  • Paperback
  • 128 pages
  • The Polymers
  • Adam Dickinson
  • English
  • 06 March 2018
  • 1770892176

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10 thoughts on “The Polymers

  1. Philip Gordon Philip Gordon says:

    I m unsure about my final reaction to this collection On one hand, it s doing everything I hate in contemporary poetry obscurantism for the sake of obscurantism, refusal to address anything in the open or conversational, obliqueness and insistence upon being intellectual for its own sake On the other hand, Dickinson clearly knows what he s doing the showing of vocabulary, form, and thematics tying the whole book together is masterful, and I ve always had a soft spot for literary experiments I m unsure about my final reaction to this collection On one hand, it s doing everything I hate in contemporary poetry obscurantism for the sake of obscurantism, refusal to address anything in the open or conversational, obliqueness and insistence upon being intellectual for its own sake On the other hand, Dickinson clearly knows what he s doing the showing of vocabulary, form, and thematics tying the whole book together is masterful, and I ve always had a soft spot for literary experiments between content and presentation In the end, I think I m happiest landing somewhere in the middle If every book of poetry I read was like this, I d give up poetry for good That said, I think it s important to acknowledge an instance of mastercraft when it emerges, and perhaps it s only permissible because Dickinson is so good at it The way he s clearly considered every little facet of this project, layering it with cute touches of unification and playfulness, made it a treat to read, even if I felt some of it was challenging with no purpose other than to be challenging Sort of along the lines of Jake Kennedy, butso.That said, the opening poems blew me away, and even tho I lost my fervor somewhere in the middle, Dickinson managed to pull me back in at the end I d heartily recommend this book as a landmark in contemporary poetry, Canadian or otherwise, tho I d caution budding poets to think twice before trying to imitate what s between the pages

  2. Dani Dani says:

    3.5 Had adifficult time getting through this than Anatomic The last part of the book was super cool though Every time I finish one of Adam Dickinson s collections I go looking for another one.

  3. Adam Sol Adam Sol says:

    This is an impressive tour de force, combining prodigious scientific knowledge with a playful wit that can be downright dizzying It s a book of poems for the 21st century Eat it, or it will eat you.

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