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Gass, meditation, aesthetics

Reading books like The Tunnel by William Gass or his Cartesian Sonata and Other Novellas may feel a tad taxing for readers who are not ready for the soporific rhythms of their flow. Admittedly, the term ‘soporific’ conveys an ambiguity … Continue reading

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lost in the egochamber

I guess what it all comes down to is the issue of validation. And clinging. And fleeing from emptiness and groundless, meaningless contingence. And stuff like that. We desperately seek validation. Desperately but mainly subconsciously. In the books that we … Continue reading

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