grad, UNCA Anthropology professor: interviewed
re his novel The Names of Things)
teacher in the power of juxtaposition, of one thing
being set up next to another thing, and the meaning
that bleeds across the space between them. . . .
as a student, I often think it’s better to let people,
including myself, figure it out, to see for myself.
Especially when two very unlike things are juxtaposed,
it almost compels the human brain to resolve the gap,
to make sense of what doesn’t make sense.”
Go ahead. Tell them.
Show the link. Eliminate the mess & guess,
pain & confusion oops oh my sonovagun it takes
to work IT out. Say what you are going to say,
Forget about it.
or not, conform with my
aims, objectives, measurable
outcomes. Or not.