Whosoever Has Let A Minotaur Enter Them, Or A Sonnet-

Whosoever Has Let A Minotaur Enter Them, Or A Sonnet-

EmilyCarr / Dec 06, 2019

Whosoever Has Let A Minotaur Enter Them Or A Sonnet Is there such a thing as sin How does one fall out of a marriage and back in love with the world These fairy tales are for the heartbreakers as much as the heartbroken for those smitten with wanderl

  • Title: Whosoever Has Let A Minotaur Enter Them, Or A Sonnet-
  • Author: EmilyCarr
  • ISBN: 9781940450506
  • Page: 164
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Is there such a thing as sin How does one fall out of a marriage, and back in love with the world These fairy tales are for the heartbreakers as much as the heartbroken, for those smitten with wanderlust, for those who still believe it s possible to make the world we are living in the world we wish to live in.A singular flow of brilliance, Emily Carr s swiftly moving seqIs there such a thing as sin How does one fall out of a marriage, and back in love with the world These fairy tales are for the heartbreakers as much as the heartbroken, for those smitten with wanderlust, for those who still believe it s possible to make the world we are living in the world we wish to live in.A singular flow of brilliance, Emily Carr s swiftly moving sequence of love poems divorce poems, really engages the problem of romance in an age of reality television, celebrity self help, smart phones, student loans, and men who, for all they love you, don t know how to love you any.Carr s swell of gorgeous psychedelia is presented in a lavish book object befitting the work s interconnected, page blurring sweep of line upon line between her thighs, the buffalo holding skyucers of mountain sway deities spill, shining sufferingnot forgetting we can t ever whose fury sings like eagles skeletons unlean from fruit trees, fallinglike white gunsmoke, we want to be here listene wind has blown all the birds from our hair.

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    843 Comments

    1. I'm fascinated that some people here wrote a review but chose not to rate this collection because they "didn't understand it" or it "wasn't their style". I choose not to go that route. I have a set of internal criteria I use to decide whether I like a poem or poetry collection, and this book did not meet many of those criteria. I don't require comprehension--I wouldn't bother reading modern poetry at all if that was the case--but I am bothered by pretentiousness, and these poems frequently cross [...]


    2. WHOSOEVER HAS LET A MINOTAUR ENTER THEM, OR A SONNET—Written by Emily CarrAPRIL 26, 2016; 80 PagesGenre: canadian, poetry, prose(I received an ARC from the EDELWEISS in exchange for an honest review.)​​★★★★It is hard to really summarize this poem so I will let the book's synopsis do the work Is there such a thing as sin? How does one fall out of a marriage, and back in love with the world? These fairy tales are for the heartbreakers as much as the heartbroken, for those smitten wit [...]


    3. My content comprehension was not as strong here, but I loved the flow and structure. The book didn't come with instructions on how to read the poems, so I discovered a multiverse of verse in the pages. What I mean by this, is that the book is broken into 6 main sections or poems, but each individual page of these poem/sections has a line of text in all caps above and below the main body of text. Sort of like this:----SOME PHRASE AT THE TOP OF THE PAGEA bunch of really well-composedverse here in [...]


    4. I felt drunk on this poetry, drunk not always in a good way but like I had to keep turning pages in the storm; the title of the collection may yet be my favorite single line without necessarily being a guide or a way in, but it's definitely a collection I'll return to.


    5. I loved this book! Even though at first I felt a little disoriented by the layout of the poetry on the pages, the more I read the more I enjoyed it. Another great book from the McSweeney's Poetry Series. For an in-depth review, visit my blog post about this book: outsideofacat.wordpress/2016/10/22/whosoever-has-let-a-minotaur-enter-them-emily-carr/


    6. I didn't rate this book because it is a style of poetry that I'm not very enthusiastic about, don't often read and feel like I have no business critiquing. I did read it through and there were moments I loved, but the degree of abstraction left me challenged to focus on it and climb in. It's creative, ornate and had some imagery I enjoyed.


    7. I didn't really connect with the format, structure, or content of these poems, but it would feel weird to rate the collection.



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