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By Brion Gysin, Jason Weiss

Brion Gysin (1916–1986) was once a visible artist, historian, novelist, and an experimental poet credited with the invention of the ‘cut-up’ method — a college of texts, now not photos — which his longtime collaborator William S. Burroughs positioned to extra broad use. he's additionally one of the early innovators of sound poetry, which he defines as ‘getting poetry backpedal the web page and into performance.’ again very quickly gathers fabrics from the whole Gysin oeuvre: scholarly old examine, baroque fiction, permutated and cut-up poetry, unsettling memoir, decisions from the method and The final Museum, and his unproduced screenplay of Burroughs’ novel bare Lunch. moreover, the Reader includes whole texts of a number of Gysin items which are tricky to discover, together with “Poem of Poems,” “The Pipes of Pan,” and “A fast journey to Alamut.”

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Une histoire de fou. Doris Nungesser attend patiemment la sortie de prison du type qui a violé et tué son gosse. Il avait écopé de dix-sept ans. Elle le descend à bout portant, et devant témoins. Elle repart chez elle sans se presser, téléphone au 36 pour annoncer qu’elle vient de tuer le meurtrier de son enfant, et qu’elle se met à leur disposition. À leur disposition, tu m’entends ? Mais quand nos hommes débarquent à son domicile, elle a disparu. – Elle a dû changer d’avis et réaliser que la liberté n’avait pas de prix.

Je ne suis pas d’accord, mais je me garde d’intervenir. Au lieu de ça, je t’écoute terminer ta fichue rengaine… Surprise, la Mort répond : – Khalife, loin de moi l’idée de l’effrayer. Ton vizir et moi, nous nous sommes bousculés dans la foule. Je ne l’ai pas regardé d’un air menaçant, simplement j’étais étonnée. – Pourquoi étonnée ? – Parce que je ne m’attendais pas à le voir là… j’ai rendez-vous avec lui, la nuit prochaine, à Samarkand… Samarkand, Samarkand. Oublie Samarkand, Norbert. Tu veux me dire que ce vizir est un imbécile, c’est ça ?

Il l’assistait. Je crois qu’il participait déjà à l’élaboration des contrats. – Comment étaient leurs relations en dehors du domaine professionnel ? – Gratien a payé les frais de notre mariage. – Votre mari ne s’entendait pas avec sa propre famille ? – Florian et sa mère ne se voyaient plus. – Depuis longtemps ? – Des années. De la colère dans ses yeux à présent. Il la laissa prendre le temps de déballer ce qu’elle avait sur le cœur. – Je lui avais dit de reprendre sa vie en main. Il commençait à m’écouter.

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