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Remarriages Paperback – July 28, 2017
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About the Author
Robin Wyatt Dunn lives in a state of desperation engineered by late capitalism, within which his mind is a mere subset of a much larger hallucination wherein men are machines, machines are men, and the world and everything in it are mere dreams whose eddies and currents poets can channel briefly but cannot control. Perhaps it goes without saying that he lives in Los Angeles.
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The first thing I noticed when I looked at this book is the manner in which he has presented each page. The extensive use of lower case letters stylistically reminded me of e e cummings. But, while Cummings primarily dealt with love and nature, Dunn’s writings tends to be written more on the other extreme; that of being fraught with the intrinsic violence we face on a day to day basis. The author’s no holds bar approach is quite spiritualistic painful in its truth, and beckons his readers to examine the world around us through the words of his poetry.
The major distraction I personally had in being able to totally appreciating this book had been my inability to differentiate from one poem to the next.
So, in the end, with all things considered I’ve given this collection of poetry by Mr. Dunn 4 STARS.