White Noise Tony Trigilio

ISBN: 9780979362767

Published: September 1st 2013

Paperback

64 pages


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White Noise  by  Tony Trigilio

White Noise by Tony Trigilio
September 1st 2013 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, RTF | 64 pages | ISBN: 9780979362767 | 5.26 Mb

Poetry. Trigilios WHITE NOISE blends the political and the personal in an unsettling amalgam of prose fragments that have been disassembled and reassembled through a variety of strategies that are almost Oulipian in their peculiar constraints andMorePoetry. Trigilios WHITE NOISE blends the political and the personal in an unsettling amalgam of prose fragments that have been disassembled and reassembled through a variety of strategies that are almost Oulipian in their peculiar constraints and methodology.

From a unique deformation of Don DeLillos White Noise to a collocation of speech culled from Usenet bulletin boards to scattered material originally posted on the web, Trigilio stitches, reassembles and re-weaves the rhetoric of fear and politics with the language of literature and personal narrative. The book examines the poignant and disturbing intersection between the underground Usenet forums existing before 9/11 and post 9/11 terroristic paranoia. Trigilio reveals that everything these forum-users were paranoid about since the Cold War has, in a sense, come true.

This dystopian vision is becoming an increasing reality, Trigilio shows, because we have openly accepted this bizarre and chilling world of kill lists and mass surveillance. WHITE NOISE is a quintessentially pataphysical response to our current milieu, but it is also, ironically, approached in utterly realist terms.



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