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The DevicesBy Norman Fischer | 1987
Poetry. "Those of us who think about the reality of things do not do so because we have plenty of time. Reality is not a fixed and immutable attribute of things but a process, a fast or slow unfolding. And we don't know with certainty that reality has been given limitless time. Norman Fischer's urgent sensitivity to the metamorphoses at hand makes his writing real"--Lyn Hejinian.
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