Download PDF by John Veen: A Tether Tied to Space: Epigrams and Subversions

By John Veen

ISBN-10: 190866438X

ISBN-13: 9781908664389

A paradoxical, irreligious disagreement with the (almost) “unbearable lightness of being” is John Veen's description of his process. This unique selection of “epigrams and subversions” turns out to come back direct from a spring of fact, and not using a taint of what John calls “stolen items” or borrowed truths. John's mild and funny contact hides a fierce directness which leaves no flooring for us to face. learn this as poetry and knowledge and also you will not be disillusioned. learn it and very get it—then “you” should be blown away.

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