Tag Archives: William H. Gass

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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Bill Gass, the aesthetic is no mere stucco

Gass has balls. This is, in a nutshell, what I generally feel when I read William H. Gass. Besides an elegant and extravagant way with words, rather well renowned, Gass has guts. There is a fineness in his expression (which … Continue reading

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the creative momentum

I think it is fairly known that many artists and even thinkers and philosophers tend to describe the creative process they usually engage in in terms that conjure up the image of a kind of passive genesis wherein the artist … Continue reading

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