Disclosure

Disclosure

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  • Title: Disclosure
  • Author: Dana Teen Lomax
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 212
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      Posted by:Dana Teen Lomax
      Published :2019-08-22T15:07:43+00:00

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    So strange to be let in on someone's life in this way. Is it literature? Not sure. Is it interesting? Definitely.

    A view on how the world sees the individual, rather than an individual's view on the world, Disclosure defies being placed in any genre. Dana opens herself up to the reader using documents and papers about her, but doesn't address herself herself. Unlike many authors, Dana does not seek to unburden herself, or tell a story, or create a narrative, etc. with her own words, but instead uses seemingly unrelated documents that only do one thing: they disclose (roll credits) information about the auth [...]

    it makes me of my tradition in poetry like confession and vulnerability of being the question of self. see Credit Credit by Mathew Timmons. watch Soliloquy by Kenneth Goldsmith. feel My Life by Lyn Hejinian.Dana Teen Lomax is makes writing a voyeurism of truth in an age of too much easy truth already available outside the collective brain. honesty and excess become her. open disclosure. her aperture is now yours.

    10 Pages of pure bull shit. Nothing more then pictures, bills, and awards. Anyone could have wrote this peice of shit. Dumb Dumb Dumb!

    I didnt get it it was just 10 pages of her awards, her bills, and her drivers lisence maybe I missed something but I dont think I did Strange

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