Evan Kleekamp reviews Leave Your Body Behind

Evan Kleekamp contemplates Sandra Doller‘s Sandra-Doller-Leave-Your-Body-Behind-thumbLeave Your Body Behind in listicle fashion at Columbia Poetry Review:

8. Quoting from Leave Your Body Behind is also incredibly and essentially difficult. (To repeat, simply and exactly that.) The book’s sentences don’t really end with the appearance of a period. More often than not periods mark a pause in the same manner deployed and evoked by Stein, meaning sentences go on and on to form larger images, sensations, concepts, and gestures, which may themselves be false, temporary, or contain some hidden truth beyond the sense of the reader.

Examine the whole review here.

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