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Interior with Sudden Joy: Poems
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  • Title: Interior with Sudden Joy: Poems
  • Author: Brenda Shaughnessy
  • ISBN: 9780374526986
  • Page: 392
  • Format: Paperback

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Interior with Sudden Joy: Poems

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  1. Craig Morgan Teichersays:

    Admitedly, I m biased

  2. Black Elephantssays:

    Per a recommendation, I picked up the work of Brenda Shaughnessy Her language made my head spin with its diversity and color I kept going to the dictionary, wondering what a cool word exactly meant But I didn t sense much significance and emotion beyond that Poetry that plays with language is excellent But poetry that plays with language while communicating something essential about truth, beauty, life and love is awe inspiring.Sample Still Life, with Gloxinia I will make something of you both p [...]

  3. Julietsays:

    I adored this collection.It is so unique and quirky and dark and sordid and titillatingIt is meaty even, except the meat is cut into tainted cubes and exotically florid squiggles.In a way, it reminded me of the music of Rasputina, a band I really like, but even better, because this is poetry.I really must secure her newest collection, ASAP.

  4. Dawnsays:

    s it is, she is sort of smooshy and they are all love poems and they try to be something in leather but really it s not that, it s sort of nothing they way the poems are and the way she was too young to have them in print when they were printed, so the book is ehh and ehh and oh well.

  5. Leannasays:

    The precision of the vocabulary and sound play is astonishing Truly a unique language she has invented this medieval, ice sharp, playful, erotic music Some of her poems go too far into the sound play for me to understand they get too obscure for me But overall, I really liked the originality, flair, subject matter, sounds this is a take on sex from a voice that is like a Victorian sonnet crossed with some sort of dungeon liquor Favorite poems Dear Gonglya, Rise, Fortune, Your One Good Dress, Epi [...]

  6. Helensays:

    Meh I really felt a lot of the word choices and imagery in these poems were really overblown and melodramatic It became a bit exhausting to read them all, with lines such as I will kill you with the blistering foods of a Crimean war,sluiced with a dura mater s soldier ration of tinymoistures, in this temple of my tryst with the daughterof the red god s red dogI mean, don t get me wrong I like poetry that uses large overblown imagery and big smart words Lots of other modern poets use imagery from [...]

  7. Erikaaaasays:

    Basically my favorite book of poems ever, I don t understand why I initially gave this four stars After reading it millions of times over the last couple of years infinite stars, infinite

  8. Samsays:

    There were lines that would occasionally surprise entice me, but this whole book is just too out there for me I couldn t connect to any of these poems, much less understand them What can I say I m not a critic, I m just a lady who likes who poetry a bit easier to understand and relate to If that makes me a terrible reader, then so be it.

  9. Stephaniesays:

    for me, the consistency of her tone and style ended up working against her, creating a uniformity that kinda precluded anything from sticking out or being memorable she s very talented, no doubt but her poems are very dense and often don t flow enough to make for an enjoyable read felt a bit like work to make it through, though when I followed closely there was a decent payoff.

  10. Heathersays:

    I wanted to like this book than I did I wanted from it, or maybe just less opacity There are moments where the play of words, the rhythm of them, feels perfect, and there are images that coalesce, but much of this collection stayed vague, just out of reach I loved Transpassional, though the whole last half of it, especially, is just about perfect, funny and plaintive and sweet.

  11. Cassiesays:

    I m not exactly sure how to rate this book because it has quotes in my make shift notebook than any other poetry book this year, but at the same time I didn t love it I think I recommend it, I think I can, I think I can Here is my review booksandbowelmovements.wordpre

  12. Melissasays:

    The language of this book is solid, the sort of words and syntax I appreciate having around in my head But maybe I object to the melodrama of it all It pulls linguistic and emotive tricks but I m left mostly unimpressed, unsympathetic It is an aggressive collection of poems, in a way, hard to puzzle, or to ignore.

  13. Nickky Faustine de Guzmansays:

    Is it just me or this book is hard to read, like a trying hard high brow poetry collection While I got the images and messages of some select poems, majority of them, however, were hard to grasp I guess I m just used to Lang Leav poetries that are so in your face.

  14. Kentsays:

    This is a book called desire machine As in the words of the sentences are turned on some metonymic or punning or definition axis so that they all are jump jumping off the page in a grand grotesque parade.

  15. Aransays:

    Deliciously thick.

  16. Katesays:

    At home in desire, desire is breadwhose flour, water, salt, and yeast,not yet confused, are still, at least,in the soil, the sea, the mine, the dead from Rise

  17. Cynthiasays:

    Shaughnessy is probably one of my favorite current She was born in 1970 poets She s hip, ultra sexual, and sharp I only wish the book were longer.

  18. Rebeccasays:

    Brenda s still a great poet, but unquestionably her second book Human Dark With Sugar, which I read first was way better.

  19. Gary McDowellsays:

    I like the list poem in here I can t remember the title My books are still in boxes.

  20. Johnsays:

    Exceptional

  21. Sarahsays:

    Pretty amazing for a first book, but I guess that s why she s published by FSG and not Pudding House.

  22. Zachsays:

    Sexy stuff.

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