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Geoffrey Farmer Review on Momus

Cut nothing/cut parts/cut the whole/cut the order of time

November 18, 2014

By Andrew Berardini

For Geoffrey Farmer, sounds and images and words can all surpass literal meaning and carry the forking paths of poetic possibility, the unstable web of meaning that can be connotative and personal, each new connection an epiphany. Like music, you don’t have to read treble clefs or eighth notes or play an instrument or compose yourself to let it affect you. Even the most astute practitioners forget themselves and just let the thrashing, unstable beauty wash over them.”