Irritant

Irritant By Darby Larson, Irritant There are two books I ve read only ever in bed somewhere on the cusp of sleep and waking drunk in the logic of their sentences those being Wittgenstein s Tractatus and Joyce s Finnegans Wake Darby La
  • Title: Irritant
  • Author: Darby Larson
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  • Page: 170
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  • Irritant By Darby Larson, There are two books I ve read only ever in bed somewhere on the cusp of sleep and waking drunk in the logic of their sentences, those being Wittgenstein s Tractatus and Joyce s Finnegans Wake Darby Larson s Irritant has turned into the third It is a puzzle machine of engrossing order, deceptively simple in how it wakes and slips and snakes itself with mesmerizing syntax There are two books I ve read only ever in bed somewhere on the cusp of sleep and waking drunk in the logic of their sentences, those being Wittgenstein s Tractatus and Joyce s Finnegans Wake Darby Larson s Irritant has turned into the third It is a puzzle machine of engrossing order, deceptively simple in how it wakes and slips and snakes itself with mesmerizing syntax inside a single 900 page 1 paragraph shaped monolith of colors and suns and prayers The result is a relentless, terrifying spell, or book of spells, or library of books of spells, or worse, a multi mega leveled text world the likes from which I or my ability to sleep may never find an exit Blake Butler
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    128 thoughts on “Irritant”

    1. This book is a goddamn whirlwind A freakish monster of words Get it, then map out a few months to let its 900 pages gnaw on you.



    2. Originally Posted on the small press book reviewthesmallpressbookreviewspWriting a very long book is the literary version of hitting the Max Bet button on a slot machine Where a smaller work may receive a little praise or a little criticism, a larger work of the same caliber will elicit responses amplified simply by the effort the reader had to put into its consumption Larger works also seem to drum up a certain amount of pre reading excitement and the attendant derision by those who will inevit [...]



    3. Who am I kidding, there s no way to finish this book, although it might be the most remarkable feat of writing I ve ever laid eyes on.


    4. This is a really unique book A few words I do just mean words They re just building blocks here cycle through as different parts of speech Meanings oddly specify while being stretched New grammars are difficult to describe positively, so I won t try, but there IS a clear pattern here IRRITANT isn t an effort to be difficult, it s just a new way to make something If this or any other review makes anything unclear, know this book readable than reviewable.


    5. Here exists the first time a computer virus has been transferred into literary context And it has infected me for the better.


    6. I found this almost impossible to read.I was really excited for it too, but it really just wasn t for me.No rating because I don t even really know what to say about this book It s certainly an interesting concept, but I think it s something I like to think about than I like or want to read.


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