26 mar. 2004

Mike Snider's Formal Blog and Sonnetarium

"Oulipo and other aleatory techniques subvert the human use of language—they are literally inhuman, though they can be briefly amusing, because they deny the body's role in thought."

If you say so! I don't really understand the use of "literally" in this sentence. Nothing could be more "human" than the works of Italo Calvino, Harry Mathews, and Georges Perec.

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