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Poetry. "In INVOLUNTARY VISION, eleven Bay Area poets write out of and about Akira Kurosawa's Dreams. The poems they write explore with Kurosawa realtionships, childhood terrors, the seductive nature of death, nuclear annihilation, and environmental pollution. As they do this they maintain an allegiance to the formal and measured dance of thought and word. This is a moving collection that celebrates poetry as an art that is both social and intellectual"--Juliana Spahr. Contributions from Ryan Bartlett, Julia Bloch, Tanya Brolaski, Trevor Calvert, Michael Cross, Eli Drabman, Geoffrey Dyer, James Meetze, Stephen Ratcliffe, Cynthia Sailers, and Elizabeth Willis.
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The Lyric, a return to (non-abstracted, non-fragmented), Romanticism, Emotion, and Meaning. -- Stephanie Young, VeRT 9
These poets make of Kurosawa's apocalyptic film a world beyond it. Their revelatory subject dreams inside the monstrous present. -- Peter Gizzi
This is a moving collection that celebrates poetry as an art that is both social and intellectual. -- Juliana Spahr
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