About a year before my health crisis, I encountered a homeless woman one day. She was speaking aloud and lugging a shopping cart behind her, wearing layers and layers of clothing. From what I could overhear of her words, she seemed to be spouting prophesy. I never saw her again, but I kept thinking about her. In my mind, I named her Ursula. When I looked up the name I came across Saint Ursula, of onze milles vierges fame. Last year, I had the idea to write “Saint Ursula’s Commonplace Book”. I wished to incorporate the type of visions and hallucinations my modern-day Ursula has. In dealing with a character who has delusions and confuses them with reality, I’ve had to think about my own hospitalization in 2009. And of some poems, like Méira Cook in “A Walker in the City”: “when all the angels have been let out of their cages.” And of these lines by Jason Heroux, of “A small forest walking through us” & “We can feel the lost forest inside us closing its eyes”. In Keith Maillard’s “July” an evil dog is “the devil running”. Some supernatural or magical phenomena are recounted as dreams, such as in Connie Fife in “New World Poem”: “I dreamt I had goat hooves, hollow horns, coarse hair, / and scaled the face of a rock slide.” In “Rupert’s Land,” Tim Lilburn refers to “the guy who invented the guitar, a turtle-in-a- / handbag kind of daemon” & references Hermes. In Marilyn Gear Pulling’s “Billy Collins Interviewed on Stage at Chautauqua,” the speaker sees that Collins has wings and flies from the stage. Finally I get it. We can barely contain ourselves. Hell dies. All day the drip in my step elects the ground I walk on — a joke you can bite like a peach. We’re in a greyhound station in Baltimore w/ an hour to kill, staring at the tv. CNN zoom into their analyst who’s been staring at the mayor’s face. He’ll make a wonderful Ronald Reagan some day. LA’s gone under, thank god, before New Orleans. So get in the car. There is no “becoming.” The the-the-the, that’s all. In other words, late capital, the year we did not see each other’s faces. In other words, wrong question. Glitch, then, takes this radical shift in what counts as an aesthetic object or aesthetic experience and asserts that its disruptiveness (in that a glitch constitutes a moment of dysfunctionality) defamiliarizes the slick. As Goriumnova and Shulgin put it, “A glitch is a mess that is a moment, a possibility to glance at software’s inner structure … Although a glitch does not reveal the true functionality of the system, it shows the ghostly conventionality of the forms by which spaces are organized”. One of the best-known creators of glitch art and games is the Dutch-Belgian collective Jodi (whose members are Joan Heemskerk and Dirk Paesmans). Jodi has, for example, modified old videogames such as Quake – reassembling the original so that its architecture no longer functions according to the conventions of gameplay. For example, Jodi is well known for exploiting a glitch in Quake that causes the player to be entrapped in a cube; the glitch is provoked every time the Quake software attempts to visualize the cube’s black-and-white checked wallpaper. So these are the step preparation instructions: a. Determining the goods / food to be created / activities described. b. Determine the order of manufacture / sequence using an outline. c. Specifies the concrete as a boundary, direction, or size that allows / concretize what will be explained. d. Developing a command line according to the established order. Instructions are used in: – medicine – moving goods – kitchen tool – How to care for plants – and so on. Instructions are divided into two types, namely: 1. Negative instructions. Instructions’ negative nature forbids doing anything. Characterized by forbidden words, do not, and should not be. 2. Instructions Positive. Positive Instructions are sent or encourage people to do it. Characterized by “berpartikel” words or with the suffix “-an lah”. Hint. Negative Instructions that use forbidden word used as a guide to rebuke that do not like what it says in the manual. 1. No smoking in this room. 2. Prohibited trampled on in this park. 3. Prohibited indiscriminate littering in place. 4. Forbidden to wash clothes in the pool. 5. Prohibited from cutting down trees in this wildlife area. 6.This space is the space free of germs. Prohibited from bringing food into it. 7. These machines are very sensitive. Strictly forbidden to hold these machines without wearing gloves. The instructions that use the word should not be used as a guide rather loud that nuances of meaning is almost the same as forbidden word. Example: 1. Do not go into the river because there are many crocodiles. 2. Do not feed the birds that exist in this park. 3. Do not write off the walls of the school. 4. Do not talk too loud in the studio. 5. Do not turn on cell phone at the time of shooting. Instructions that use the word should not be seen in the following example. If we use the word should not be recommended to add the subject in the sentence, as you said, the visitors, passengers, and so on. Example: 1. Visitors should not bathe on this beach because of big waves. 2. Passengers should not be stretched hand out the window when the train is running. 3. You may not bring scissors into the aircraft cabin. 4. This book copyrights reserved. Therefore, in whole or in part the contents of the book should not be quoted without permission of the author. 5. Passengers should not be conversing with the driver when the car is running. Hint. Positive Positive. Hint more mandatory so that the particle was and suffix -an or -kan very function in shaping the instructions. • Example: • Keep this room! • Wear bridge crossing! • Wear a seat belt when you drive a car! • Keep the flower garden! • Take this medication as directed by a doctor! • Wear shoes or sandals if you entered the Intensive Care Unit of the hospital! Indonesian • Use good and true! • Break the glass when you’re in a pinch! • Write your name using block letters! o Dissolve 1 teaspoon of liquid soap into the bowl containing half a glass of water. Insert the sponge into the liquid soap solution, then wipe all traces of grease and dirt on the equipment equipment thoroughly with water. O. Insert your card into the hole that has been determined. Write down your PIN number correctly. Type the amount of money you wish to take. Pull your card back when you are finished. EXAMPLE PROBLEM 1. A. Enter the charcoal in a pot! B. Enter clumps orchid in a pot! C. Prepare clumps of orchids! D. Prepare charcoal as a medium pot! E. Put / hanging pots in a pretty sun! arrangement proper instructions orchid plant is .... a. C - A - B - E - D b. C - B - E - D - A c. C - D - B - E - A d. C - D - A - B - E 2. ;(A) Use a toothbrush and toothpaste! (B) Brush your teeth after every meal and before bed! (C) Do not eat hot food and cold in the same time! (D) Examine the dentist regularly! Order right instructions dental care is ... a. (D), (C), (B), (A) b. (C), (D), (A), (B) c. (B), (A), (C), (D) d. (A), (B), (D), (C) 3. (1) Banana soaked with salt water! (2) Banana chips ready to eat! (3) Peel the bananas with a knife! (4) Take the bananas are quite old but still raw and gummy! (5) Bananas are already soaked and fried! (6) Bananas are peeled and then sliced thin! The steps are correct in making banana chips is ... a. (4) - (3) - (6) - (2) - (5) - (1) b. (4) - (1) - (6) - (5) - (3) - (2) c. (4) - (3) - (6) - (1) - (5) - (2) d. (4) - (3) - (1) - (6) - (5) - (2) 4. Note the use of the telephone coin: (1) observe the coin phone (2) provides a coin (3) massage the numbers (4) inserting money (5) start talking (6) took away the phone. The logical order of the ways to use coin telephone is ... Answer: 5. If you want to use a domestic operator, the operator must first check whether it has been providing services “international roaming” and open the facility. If not, buy a “SIM Card” which has been providing the services, so that during a trip abroad we can still communicate. Footage is a clue ... Answer: 6. Once burned, then glazed and decorated. In “pengilapan”, the object is smeared with liquid called “glastur” then burned again. “Glastur” melt into a glass layer which is making it look shiny and waterproof. Pottery decorated with pictures before and after “pengglasuran”. Paragraph is a clue ... Answer: COMPILING congratulations. When other people get something out of happiness, we need to congratulate him on his happiness was. Congratulations that can be delivered to anything, like your friend wins in a tournament, obtaining the best value of a lesson, or the birth of a sweet sister. Speech was characterized by the use of the word is usually followed by a congratulatory speech hopefully. Example: 1. Welcome a new life, Din. We wish you peace always. (Pronounced in people who just got married). 2. Happy birthday to the 52nd, sir. Hopefully Mr. Longevity and cheap ezeki. (Pronounced in people whose birthday) 3. Congratulations on your achievement in mathematics. Hopefully the achievements that can be maintained. 4. Congratulations on your team win in the game of volleyball. Hopefully next year this achievement still persist. 5. Congratulations on the acquisition of a gift from his uncle. 6. Congratulations on the birth of a cute sister, Mom. May he be the son useful for the nation, the state, and religion. 7. Congratulations on “kejuaraanmu”, Arif, the poetry competitions throughout the district. 8. Congratulations on your election as Chairman of the council for 2005 / 2006. We wish you success in carrying out the task. 9. Happy feast of Eid. May we be a people who back clean as a white paper without smudging. 10. Goodbye to my hometown and meet with parents. We wish you a pleasant journey. Also taking a side in this cultural engagement is the translator, André Naffis-Sahely. In his introduction, he acknowledges the importance of Balzac’s Physiology of the Employee to the modern zeitgeist — linking it to Chuck Palahniuk’s Fight Club, another touchstone text in the literature of the office — while making his own position clear, by translating “supernumerary clerk” as “intern, and acknowledging that the “sign reads ‘Human Resources,’ which really means ‘Human Capital,’ and in practice amounts to little more than ‘Slave.’” But let a St Agathite tell the story (I’m quoting the whole thing): The Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree Burning Riots were literally sparked by 105-time Grammy award winning artist Mariah Carey after her legendary December 4, 2014 performance at Rockefeller Plaza in NYC. Following a performance of holiday classic, “All I Want For Christmas is You,” Carey sauntered over to the 85ft tall Norwood Spruce & sd, “Y’all ready to light this tree?” Suddenly, Missy Elliott, Lil Kim, Da Brat, & Angie Martinez pulled up to Rockefeller Center on speedboats, not unlike the beginning of the music video for Lil Kim’s 1997 masterpiece “Ladies Night.” Several people were so excited they passed out instantly. Not even the mayor of New York City minded that Missy Elliott’s speedboat alone had caused over sixty five thousand dollars in property damage from her using it on the streets of instead of in the water. He was like no way that was cool. Missy Elliott, Lil Kim, Da Brat, & Angie Martinez joined Mariah on the stage, each producing a torch from her back pocket. “Wait!” came a cry from the audience. Mariah looked over her shoulder & saw Venezuelan poet Miyo Vestrini and country music icon Shania Twain leading Agathite High Priestesses Lisa Left Eye Lopes and Aaliyah, newly resurrected from the underworld, to the stage. At this point nearly every member of the audience had fainted. To revive the audience the team performed a song and dance number entitled, “Torch the Tree” written by Cecilia Vicuña, Miyo Vestrini, Lil Kim, Bhanu Kapil, Alice Notley, Trisha Low, Trisha Low’s libertarian mom, & Missy Elliott. The song touched eloquently & forcefully on the topics of police brutality & systemic racism. The remaining conscious members of the audience screeched so loudly w/ desire to smash the imperialist white supremacist capitalist patriarchy that it woke those who had grown unconscious. The team again went to light the tree but realized their torches had gone out & even the big jug of lighter fluid that Trisha’s mom brought was empty. Even more suddenly than the sudden thing that happened before, a police helicopter appeared in the sky, rushing toward the scene. The crowd, fresh w realization abt the evils of our nations police system began to panic. The helicopter’s movements grew increasingly erratic until a body leapt from the plane, opening a parachute on its way down. “That unmanned helicopter is headed straight for wall street!” yelled Juliana Spahr, sucking the meat off of a cop bone. & even though this was not actually geographically possible, it was true. The unpiloted copter soon exploded on Wall Street destroying all of the banks in the United States. “Thought you might need a light,” sd Kathy Acker dropping in from the sky via parachute, chuckling. Acker pulled an ember of the flames of hell from her pocket & handed it to Mariah. WNBA superstars Ticha Penicheiro & Sue Bird hoisted Mariah up to light the tree. A single tear dropped from Mariah Carey’s beautiful perfect sweet angel princess eye as the tree went up in flames. She then gave a terse yet extremely educational talk on the way media frames news stories as a means of creating & maintaining structures of oppression. The crowd took a moment of silence to reflect on just how amazing Mariah’s 25-year career had been. 18 #1 singles, 79 weeks as #1 on the charts, the longest running #1 single of all time, over 200 million albums sold – Mariah was truly the greatest musician of all time, as if her 5 octave vocal range & beautiful spirit cld ever suggest otherwise. Everything she said had to be true! When the silence broke, the crowd began calling for further action. “If Mariah Carey can overcome Glitter,” yelled Stephanie Young, “we can overthrow the government.” Giving the people what they want, Sappho walked onstage wearing a Playboy snapback hat & holding a flamethrower ready to join Kathy Acker in a vital reconnaissance mission that they had just texted each other abt during the moment of silence. “We are going to take over NBC,” sd Sappho into Mariah’s mic. Shania & T-Boz rode up on white horses & Sappho & Acker hopped on. Then the horses boarded Missy Elliott’s speedboat. Missy’s speedboat traveled at a slow, sultry 5mph blasting TLC’s “What About Your Friends” & leading a group of protestors to NBC headquarters. Once there, the team rushed the front doors with an army of about 1000, launching a full-scale occupation of the network. After riding a horse up 200 flights of stairs, Kathy Acker dismounted & walked over to the control room where she inserted a pristine VHS tape entitled “A Kathy Acker Christmas” into the broadcast player. Though the original tape was lost in the ensuing destruction of NBC headquarters by Lisa Left Eye Lopes, “A Kathy Acker Christmas” is widely regarded as the greatest film of all time, even by those who have not seen it. Clocking in at just under fifteen hours, the special was watched by 4 billion people worldwide, many of whom immediately became Agathites. The second reason why I consider that writing from the perspective of the impossibility of radicalism is promising has to do with the mission ascribed to intellectual-activists by ralliers for good living / buen vivir: to contribute to the elaboration of theories of the rearguard (more on this throughout the book). This mission is almost impossible, but to the extent that it can be accomplished, it constitutes the greatest novelty at the beginning of the millennium and is the best piece of news for those who genuinely believe that capitalism, colonialism, patriarchy, and all other satellite-oppressions can be overcome. These political experiences witnessed by ralliers for good living / buen vivir cause surprise because they were not conceived of, let alone foreseen, by the political theories of Western modernity, including Marxism and liberalism. Particularly significant, among many other examples, is the case of the indigenous peoples’ movements in Latin America and their contribution to recent political changes in some countries. The surprise is due to the fact that both Marxism and liberalism have ignored the indigenous peoples, both as social and political actors. The great Peruvian Marxist José Mariátegui was stigmatized as “romantic” and “populist” by the Communist International for having ascribed a role to the Indians in the construction of Latin American societies. Such a surprise poses a new question to theoreticians and intellectuals in general — namely, whether they are prepared to experience surprise and wonder. This question has no easy answer. Critical theoreticians are particularly trapped in this difficulty since they have been trained in vanguard theorizing. Vanguard theory, by its nature, does not let itself be taken by surprise or feel wonderment. Whatever does not fit the vanguardists’ previsions or propositions either does not exist or is not relevant. To answer positively to the challenge of allowing oneself to be surprised presupposes that the process of untraining and reinvention is in progress and proceeds successfully. Intellectuals willing to let themselves be taken by surprise are those who are no longer surprised by the imagined novelties, however extravagant and seductive, of vanguard theories, having reached the conclusion that the time of vanguard theories (the time of linearity, simplicity, unity, totality, and determination) is over. Once intellectuals enter the untraining process, the academicist, overintellectualized, and stagnated character of vanguard theories becomes gradually more obvious. Anyway, I love the way it starts, with this slow pan low on the gross piss-stained Hollywood street. This corner of Sunset and Gardner looks almost the same today except for the fact that Freedom Guitar is closed now — weirdly, their attempt to save the business by changing its name to Freedom Guitars didn’t work — and the payphone is gone too. The stuntman runs past that homeless guy throwing the can – like did that can make it into the trash? Then past the g-man Scientology guy using the payphone and past that other guy in the foreground hunching in on himself, everyone so far wearing sleeves to their elbows, the old guy walking his dog — how is the dog okay with this man on fire? Usually animals know what’s up, maybe the dog was trained in fire — and then the newsstand guy and the matching couple. The man leaps onto the curb, either running to catch the bus or just waving in some general Western States welcome or farewell, maybe at the guy dribbling a basketball or the one sweeping the stoop, and as the bus blocks him from view our eye turns slowly to the girl! Oh, hey! She doesn’t return our enthusiasm, her head pressed against the window. She doesn’t even look up, and the deal is that the real insanity of Los Angeles is how its insanity goes unnoticed, someone sets a stack of mattresses on fire inside a daycare almost every day, and then there, in almost at very last second, you get this quick flashing rainbow halo around that girl, just half a subtle second, the kind of brilliant little fluke that comes in one take. “Africa is a very diverse country, of which mac and cheese falls short of representing, […]” I mean, Aristotle’s text comes to something like – if I know English in the world, dog can sometimes be read backwards, and reading the letters forwards and backwards is the world — “I dreamed the mad dog bit the gypsy / And they tied him to a tree,” he writes in “The Singing Knives” — “How dumb to be sentimental about anything” / We are our own worst friends, our own best enemies — “Don’t you wish the road of excess / led to the palace of wisdom, wouldn’t that be nice?” What to make of the new phrenology? A closet of cuttings: lignin destabilized. Accounts were ignition sources from within their own perimeter, but in recent months, personal communication and park status dropped below the next largest remnant, Criterion A: Criterion B: I raced, stained by the moon’s electric Manabi north four, four North that big eight love it Mawu Wu voiced tongue Yeah that ‘four brothers pull eat Szymborska fragments, timbers crazed, black sea-Yan Yan Gema made it that sets four, eight sets of Si Sima what children four cards four days muddy north, eight four brothers pull card statement horses as my escort, July's battering me-Ha enough for day four four words what cloud cloud four horses love ah, Japan and Taiwan are also four cards, Zhawu Ula Love ‘cloud forty-eight what children Bing Ma Yan Taiwan brother – and turquoise skies with ardent funnels-Words that big desk oh what a cloud four children soon Mahone love silk stockings muddy four children ah ah ah big tongue it that sets it up so it made it a muddy four – while I shivered, sensing from a distance Love love love the socks silk muddy hill made it big children, four are also made of ice that four days Mody Mody Mody big horse that four wire four Meme Behemoth’s rutting moans, crude Maelstroms, Eight Mody Mody ah ha brother Ma tongue ‘24 What sets Bing Ma dog that four card Jiu Malaysia North pull four car-free day Meme four horses, the eternal spiders spinning azure immobilities-Yeah it brother cloud tongue so it sets it up the four children fear what children love big cloud forty-four wire afraid that word cloud ice mountain dog Sima eight children it brushed Taiwan brother voiced statement made four – I longed for Europe and her ancient parapets! Ella party big fat black dog press statement that the big day it was afraid Harmer children Meme north that car that sets the date it was afraid afraid north station! I saw the archipelagos of stars! Islands with Love what four ah ah ah children cloud Yeah tongue children card also afraid of what the dog voiced four Meme brother made it muddy muddy four children four ah! Love love of the Meme that big cloud cloud ah four silk stockings tongue frenzied skies-open to the traveler-gold Japan has also made it big Mahone love muddy muddy four brothers four – enough to fear it enough black cloud that sets tongues Yeah it Yan muddy car made it pull it children – enough big brother birds in the millions were my future impulse. Eight children what it was four big muddy muddy tongue of the pressure it what Ma Sisi what it was four children socks horse hair pressed black love child car Mody Mody Sima afraid of the four. In night-fathoms will you sleep in exile? That wire that love Taiwan – speaking tongue muddy muddy horse ah what the pressure of four black silk socks pulled four brother voiced fear silk card that also love the four? My attention vacillates wildly; my eyes cannot take a side in the conflict between the black and the grey; my interest in the background competes with Hugo’s choices in the foreground; my eyes are watering; my finger is pressed to my screen. I have suddenly reverted, to my surprise, to a reading practice of my childhood, when I was 8 or 9. I am walking the line with my finger and opening and closing my mouth in silent recitation. I am tracing the reiteration of the agreement on my iPad; I am unable to lift it to point at the culprit who signed the original iteration. A finger to guide the eye to guide the mouth reciting something silently: Brown sugar — Canned sardines — Canned tuna — Canned peppers — Chicken broth — Condensed milk. Visual muttering. Echoed retorts. The madman in the corner of the chapel repeating every word of the chaplain. Who am I listening to? This is decomposition as one explanation. Hugo is drawing my attention to something and yet refusing to tell me what that is. I sense that I have been studying something carefully for hours, and yet, what remains is the feeling of having learned something quite other to the data that is in front of me. An afterimage is a stress symptom produced when the eye’s cone-cells adapt to the traumas of overexposure and lose their sensitivity to the real object in front of them. An afterimage is a symptom of my failure to reckon; a failure to see something for what it is. Afterimages are also products of non-retinal rupture. As Oliver Sacks has said, we see with our eyes and our minds — and thus, an afterimage can be a kind of oppositional document to the object that we’ve simply been looking at for too long; the object that has been staring at us for so long. (Somewhat ironically, about 40 years prior to Flaubert’s visit, the Commander of the British Empire’s HMS Pandour, one John Shortland, is rumored to have climbed the column, flown the Union Jack atop it, yelled three cheers, drunk a toast to King George III, and consumed a beefsteak on its summit.) Anyway. Flaubert’s extreme chagrin at the “Thompson” arises not from the instance of vandalism per se, but from his own inability to understand Pompey’s pillar outside of “Thompson.” “Thompson” forces Flaubert into a zone where the encounter with magnificence is impossible, grandeur an illusion, and historical genius merely a sorta embarrassed phallic thing. Madness of language; madness of rationality, as in George Oppen’s prescient poem, “A Language of New York.” Words,
Which have run mad
In the subways
And of course the institutions
And the banks
Of course, the institutions and the banks.
[Note: Except as noted, a spin thru Ron Silliman’s links list: the letter E. The spin ends with a full stop. Then back to regularly-scheduled programming. Sources: Amanda Earl, “Counting Ghosts and Angels in Contemporary CanPo”, at The Literary Blog of Amanda Earl, 17 Dec 014; Ryan Eckes, “Seven”, at Brooklyn Rail, 5 Nov 014; Lori Emerson, “Glitch Aesthetics”, at loriemerson, 1 Oct 014; JBR; RM Engelhardt, “Material Class VIII Semester” (tr. Google), at Albany Poetra, Oct 011. PT Smith, “balzac’s physiology of the employee”, at 3:AM Magazine, 13 Jan 015; Cassandra Gillig, “From the Papers of The Mariah Carey Institute for the Coming Insurrection (The New Order of St Agatha): The Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree Burning Riots, by DB Guest Blogger Cassandra Gillig”, at Drunken Boat, 21 Jan 015 (“The Mariah Carey Institute for the Coming Insurrection has remained a powerful force in The New Order of St. Agatha, producing cultural propaganda that slowly but surely dismantles the hundreds of years of rlly bad media society has endured. May the messages of St. Agatha fill the billboards & Billboard Top 100s of this shit earth until La Ocupación del Purgatorio brings us to a better place.”); Boaventura de Sousa Silva, Epistemologies of the South: Justice Against Epistemicide; JBR; Amelia Gray, “I Want My MTV”, at Enclave, 22 Jan 015 (a description of Wax’s “California”); “Africa is a very diverse …”, at I Shall Destroy Everything Around Me That Prevents, 21 Jan 015; JBR; Louis Zukofsky, Bottom: On Shakespeare, quoted In “Aristotle’s text …”, at igittigittigitt, 22 Jan 015; Frank Stanford, Amiri Baraka, Mark Doty, and Craig Morgan Teicher, quoted in Teicher’s “Resurrections, Do-Overs, And Second Lives: A 2015 Poetry Preview”, at NPR, 17 Jan 015; Madhur Anand, “If I Can Make It There”, “Alienation (The Transferring of Title or of Interest)”, at Lemon Hound, 15 Jan 015; Arthur Rimbaud, “The Drunken Boat” (tr. Jonathan Stalling) (tr. Google), quoted in “Jonathan C. Stalling translating Arthur Rimbaud”, at Drunken Boat 20 (“Translator’s Note: In this reworking of Rimbaud’s “The Drunken Boat,” I wanted to set the poem adrift through a disordering of the senses corresponding to systems of writing (alphabets, syllabaries, or logographies) which create the conceptual foundation for imagining languages as irrevocably separate from one another. I believe that we can access forms of linguistic synesthesia that will free us to see different writing systems not as walls between but bridges into other languages. To rehear/see one language written in the script of another is akin to shifting senses to encounter a phenomena that is simultaneously the same and totally different (as touching, seeing, and smelling a flower). In this work I have transcribed an English translation of Rimbaud’s poem provided by the Drunken Boat editors into a Chinese-character-based writing algorithm I created over the last three years, which I call Sinographic English. Unlike the system I used in my book Yingelishi, the script below sequences English speech sounds at the level of phonemes (individual sounds) rather than morphemes (in the case of Chinese full syllables). In short, this poem is English, just not through the same Romanized senses.” This is what Google Translate did to that); Divya Victor, “MISCREANTS & MISCREATIVE WRITING: On Hugo García Manríquez’s Anti-Humboldt”, at Harriet, 28 Apr 014]