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Itable Composed of four sections This Sisyphus is a rejection of Leibniz’s best possible world” and importantly it is the author’s transubstantiated epiphany that ultimately in tragedy and suffering we have only each otherWhether wrestling God or trying to make sense and sound out of grief Brandon Courtney’s This Sisyphus is a bright urgent addition to the elegiac canon My lord folks the language Courtney has found here interrupted me Such a deep well of grief matched with such a high zenith of lyric just as it should be Written exuisitely and vulnerably this is a book for anyone seeking to wander back towards the light after travelling through Death’s valley ?

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This SisyphusRead This Sisyphus Author Brandon Courtney Srl ltdcouk Metaphysical in scope transcendent in language This Sisyphus makes malleable received forms and rhyme to articulate what it means to face incalculable loss Centered on the death and subseuent repatria Metaphysical in scope transcendent in language This Sisyphus makes malleable received forms and rhyme to articulate what it means to face incalculable loss Centered on the death and subseuent repatriation of a sailor who was the author’s lover and closest friend this collection moves beyond elegiac gestalt uestioning instead a God who created an imperfect world in which death is possible and inev

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[Read] ➪ This, Sisyphus Author Brandon Courtney – Srl-ltd.co.uk Metaphysical in scope transcendent in language This Sisyphus makes malleable received forms and rhyme to articulate what it means to face incalculable loss Centered on the death and subseuent repatria? Danez Smith author of Don’t Call Us Dead and insert boyTrenchant Achillean mourning soaks this book’s extraordinary sonic terrain with its indelible weight What definitive shape of haunting is there This Sisyphus implores than finding the beloved imbuing that one element which overwhelms the recognizable world—Ocean contained and unappeasable in all forms conventional and nonce carnal and inanimate Courtney’s erotic erosive soldier’s psalms enunciate the guilt of doing what one can with the awful gift of a human life in the aftermath of another’s destruction “building a new language from what you left inside” — Justin Phillip Reed author of Indecency

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  • Dev

    This Sisyphus Ebook ðSisyphus This, SisyphusI didn't rate this book when I read it I don't know whyIt took me a long time to get through this one because I haven’t had much of a poetry brain lately which is definitely going to color my review I don’t remember much from the beginning other than that the grief came through Some of the imagery was hard for me which is to be expected The poems where Courtney spoke directly to Ben spoke to me in particularMy favorite poems were “Names and Words” and “Comfort for a Future End “Keel” parts VI and XII also stood out to me


  • Kate Gaskin

    This Sisyphus Ebook ðSisyphus This, SisyphusBy turns gorgeous and haunting Brandon Courtney's This Sisyphus is a sprawling and yet intimate elegy moving deftly through violence loss and love during wartime His technical skill with form is matched only by the searing lyricism that moves through each poem This is a beautiful and important book