[William S. Burroughs] ☆ The Ticket That Exploded [tv PDF] Ebook Epub Download ¼ pamyatnik.pro

[William S. Burroughs] ☆ The Ticket That Exploded [tv PDF] Ebook Epub Download ¼ In The Ticket That Exploded, William S Burroughs S Grand Cut Up Trilogy That Starts With The Soft Machine And Continues Through Nova Express Reaches Its Climax As Inspector Lee And The Nova Police Engage The Nova Mob In A Decisive Battle For The Planet Only Burroughs Could Make Such A Nightmare Vision Of Scientists And Combat Troops, Of Ad Men And Con Men Whose Deceitful Language Has Spread Like An Incurable Disease Be At Once So Frightening And So Enthralling I was going to do this whole review in Burroughs cut up technique, but I m too lazy This was a tough read for me I loved Junky, Queer, and of course, Naked Lunch, and maybe I expected something along those lines The story seems to be about mind and body control through orgasms and splicing of tapes and I have to say Burroughs has a fucking dirty dirty dirty mind and I m not sure what he was on at the time, but whatever the drug was, I d congratulate his dealer Good job.
I really liked the dirty parts and all the jizz and blue ejaculations etc etc etc, but there comes a time in a girl s day when liters of sperm seem to be a little much Anyway, bottom line, if you like sci fi, and I mean, CRAZY IMAGINATIVE AND LYRICAL sci fi, this book is good for that If you enjoy boys, again, climb right in, but if you re looking for paragrap Lust for lifeI got a lust for lifeI got a lust for life Iggy Pop, Lust for LifeReviewing, cutting, looking slowly back at 1962 o or tekst, 1967 Endetext, fold, refold, oragami fold, cut, paste, recut, film and redact So Start again From the bigbanging there are no good words I wrote silences review the story of two halves, two texts, living text, breathing review Here comes Johnny Yen again With the liquor and drugs Better than the real thing there is no real thing reviewing the review, before the end, I m not sure the cut up review will work Abandon all holes, ye whosorifices here Mother smother may I must I smother mother this May And the flesh machine He s gonna do another striptease I ve naked lunched and snacked



Having read this all the way through I can state confidently that I had absolutely no idea what was going on And yet, at the same time, I sort of did My understanding was somehow behind the story rather than in the story itself The book seems to be about how the human visual imagination is really an invasion of alien messages, so the moment you see something in your mind s eye you are actually submitting to outside control.
To combat this in a book, a text can t have a narrative that presents a story flow that can be visualized by the reader in linear time So the meaning of the text has to accumulate in disconnected chunks Something like this at any rate I am probably talking gibberish But if you re reading this then you probably expect a challenge anyway What it means Smell of rancid tide flat police drama strangely flickers in and out, much channels are playing picture The unnerving documentary on parasitic Machine, however this strangely analogous to Doctor Imagine that without proper documentation Channel change static bursts to foil religious mind control Now imagine what, and poisonous insects of thea sci fi cable box Doctor Benway less noticeably playing a variety of sex films traveling agent attempting the Soft belies the strange No Dalek has only 20 channels Imagine that these channels are strange religious sacrifices I found myself Imagining at every regulated drug usage text of almost coherence contained despite the punctuation mark Who, and a film about junkies, sex films if anything I don t know

William S. Burroughs

[William S. Burroughs] ☆ The Ticket That Exploded [tv PDF] Ebook Epub Download ¼ pamyatnik.pro William Seward Burroughs II, also known by his pen name William Lee February 5, 1914 August 2, 1997 was an American novelist, short story writer, essayist, painter, and spoken word performer A primary figure of the Beat Generation and a major postmodernist author, he is considered to be one of the most politically trenchant, culturally influential, and innovative artists of the 20th century