May 5, 2013 § Leave a comment
Maggie Nelson, Bluets
For Mallarmé the perfect book is one whose pages have not been cut, their mystery forever preserved, like a folded bird’s wing, or a fan never opened [via].
Tagged: bluets, maggie nelson
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