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You write: "The linguistic acrobatics and recursive closed-loop grammars of people like Proust and Joyce are not language that expels demons, but rather invites them."
This is quite startling and though I have never been a poetry reader, this, like listening to some music, I suppose shouldn't surprise me...
the handmaid,

I'm not worthy! :)
Well done. Anyone who can work Dada and the first line of "Howl" into a poem on diabology gets my hat tip.

This will be the last post, for a while, on the subject of demons and diabology in particular. It is taxing. On to happier things.

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