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Endurable Infinity: Poems
by Tony Kitt
University of Pittsburgh Press, 2022
Paper: 978-0-8229-6695-1 | eISBN: 978-0-8229-8960-8

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In Endurable Infinity, Tony Kitt creates his own tangential surrealism through wonder, intuition, and surprising connections. If the original surrealists of the 1930s sought to unleash the unconscious mind by bringing elements of dreams to the waking world with jarring juxtapositions, Kitt’s poetry is more about transmutation, or leaps, from word to word and phrase to phrase. He takes American poet Charles Borkhuis’s statement that contemporary surrealist poets write “from inside language” as a challenge and a call to action.


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