Eric M Gurevitch
Eric is trying to figure out what (if anything) it is that makes a grammatical joke feel deep.
Articles by Eric M Gurevitch:
« He has murdered Trotsky! Kill him! » - the House Committee of Un-American Activities - cultivated forgetting - « slogans to fit reality » - it is a curiosity of circumstances that only during the events directly surrounding Trotsky’s assassination is Sylvia described as blonde
What are you thinking of? What thinking? What? - The Ocean Streams of Story - breast reaches to the tip of her mouth to ask news - the daughter of Parvata, the mountain - or it is smooth and beautiful and makes sounds - giving this scribal error meaning - that we shall be like symbola - Trotsky’s appeal to the slogan, but somewhat sexier
childhood is a myth - Peter Pan stories where children live side-by-side with American-Indians - at least I enjoyed high school - and who is meeker than a child? - the child who takes everything he hears all too seriously - unlike most people in this country, you are allowed to have a childhood
everything the Yakṣa touches is sexualized - two « heres » at once - nature as perfected, not distorted - I find myself falling into the rhythms of separation (viraha) - traditional Sanskrit literary critics - fundamentally a poem of « secular » love - as she laughs, showing her teeth, her white foam - he cannot even join me in a dream