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A trippy, cinematic novel of American atrocity in the Philippines

Pick one of the many figures offered by the novel itself: a palimpsest, a translation, a stereoscope, an abaca weave. “Insurrecto” is all of these things — a polyphonic work ... and history by ... read more

Toronto music promoters on building a global scene from the ground up

Polyphonic ... to speak with one voice in Toronto. Doing so would help drive the kind of change each promoter would like to see, whether it's access to more resources and community engagement ... read more

Voices in our heads: Peter Pesic on polyphony

They are consistently struck by the drastic change that happens when their study of monophonic Gregorian chants gives way to medieval music — which has many voices ... about polyphony, it certainly ... read more

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A Multiplicity of Voices: On the Polyphonic Novel

Reared in the dressing rooms of the 18th century, the novel can often seem out of place in our age of LOLcats and Angry Birds. But in spite of its advanced age and sometimes stuffy reputation, the old ... read more


Three inspiring books for young readers, from preschool to high school

... Poet X,” won recent Printz and National Book Awards. With bravura and hard-won insight, these poems explore identity, survival and home from first and second generation perspectives, offering a ... read more

The Novel as Eating Machine: A Conversation with Mark Doten

In terms of the voice ... polyphonic, fragmentary approach? I love fragmentation in novels. We live in fragmented times, and my own brain certainly sees things more as a collection of fragments than ... read more

The Lost Art of Deadline Writing

No more the voice of the bard, doing his solo, sobbing and exalting: Sports commentary in 2019 is forensic, polyphonic, multiplatformed ... The better and crazier writing in Schulian’s book—the ... read more

Notre-Dame Cathedral will now live on with its scars – just like the rest of history

might have heard the first strains of polyphonic music, the first time that many voices had come together in harmony like that. A few hundred years later, it was a place where revolutionaries ... read more

The book ‘Voices’ celebrates the songs a man most wanted to hear before going deaf

And in Coleman’s latest book ... s voices “aren’t contrasts in style; they’re facets of an emotional landscape. Not masks but revelations — of new faces, new feelings, new angles on the tricky ... read more

Nobel prize in literature: Svetlana Alexievich wins 'for her polyphonic writings' – as it happened

Her next book is due out from them in 2016 ... In this magnificent requiem to a civilization in ruins, the author of Voices from Chernobyl reinvents a singular, polyphonic literary form, bringing ... read more

CanLit at a crossroads: Four writers on the state of our country’s literature

I think a lot of them have abandoned their own voices. Article Continued Below Canisia Lubrin (born in St. Lucia, lives in Whitby. New book: the poetry collection Voodoo Hypothesis [Wolsak & Wynn]): I ... read more

Book World: Three inspiring books for young readers, from preschool to high school

... Poet X," won recent Printz and National Book Awards. With bravura and hard-won insight, these poems explore identity, survival and home from first and second generation perspectives, offering a ... read more



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