1 edition of Excess--the factory found in the catalog.
Written in English
|Statement||Leslie Kaplan ; translated by Julie Carr and Jennifer Pap|
|Contributions||Carr, Julie, 1966- translator, Pap, Jennifer, translator|
|LC Classifications||PQ2671.A58 E9313 2018|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||121|
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Excess—The Factory book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Commune Editions is very pleased to publish an excerpt from an on 4/5.
Excess—The Factory Leslie Kaplan, trans. from the French by Julie Carr and Jennifer Pap. Commune, $16 trade paper (p) ISBN The book’s division into Excess--the factory book “circles.
While reading Leslie Kaplan’s Excess—The Factory this spring, I followed local news of a group of mostly East African immigrants who were striking at the Amazon fulfillment center in Shakopee, Minnesota, a suburb of the Twin is believed to be one of the first coordinated strikes at an Amazon facility in the United States.
Kaplan’s book—first published in France in This is the beginning of French author Leslie Kaplan’s (b. ) groundbreaking book Excess — The Factory, which has only recently been translated into.
Excess—The Factory attempts to offer a material poesis commensurate with this reappropriation, as well as the violence and alienation from which it must be born. Cory Austin Knudson is a graduate student in Comparative Literature and Literary Theory at the University of Pennsylvania.
I InLeslie Kaplan, a young American poet living in France, went to work in a factory. This was the Maoist practice of établissement, an effort toward helping form a revolutionary proletariat core. Excess—The Factory is about those years, about working class resistance to capitalism, about the possibility of a worker-led revolution, and about the '68 general strike in France.
Excess—The Factory is about those years, about working class resistance to capitalism, about the possibility of a worker-led revolution, and about the ’68 general strike in France.
It has struck many readers (including French luminaries Maurice Blanchot and Marguerite Duras) as a unique event in writing, at once legendary and all but lost. Excess—The Factory offers a new way of working in English, and Carr and Pap have done an admirable job of providing critical context for the book.
It is also important to note that the book was made by a bilingual author — Kaplan was born in Brooklyn and moved to France when she was young, and has said that there was Excess--the factory book English under. Translated from French by Julie Carr and Jennifer Pap Translator's Note. Faced with the desire, or with the ethical summons, to write about an alienating and often hidden place in society, Kaplan wrote L’excès-l’usine, a book-length poem that exposes what is unformed in the factory environment, and acknowledges the distance and separation that the environment creates between people and.
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Excess--The Factory is about those years, about working class resistance to capitalism, about the possibility of a worker-led revolution, and about the '68 general strike in France. It has struck many readers (including French luminaries Maurice Blanchot and Marguerite Duras) as a unique event in writing, at once legendary and all but lost to Brand: Leslie Kaplan; Jennifer Pap; Julie Carr.
The factory, you go there. Everything’s there. You go. Excess—the factory. A wall in the sun. Extreme tension. Wall, wall, the small grain, brick on brick, or cement or often white, sickly white or the crack, a little earth, gray.
Wall, mass. At the same time, this sun. Life is, hatred and light. Life-oven, from before the beginning, whole. Excess—The Factory is about those years, about working class resistance to capitalism, about the possibility of a worker-led revolution, and about the '68 general strike in France.
It has struck many readers (including French luminaries Maurice Blanchot and Marguerite Duras) as a unique event in writing, at once legendary and all but lost to. Leslie Kaplan was born in Brooklyn, but raised and educated in France. Beginning in JanuaryKaplan worked for two years in a series of factories, and participated in the events of May L’excès-L’usine (Excess—The Factory) was published in with then she has published over a dozen works (novels, essays, and theatre pieces) with P.O.L.
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Bookforum has published an excerpt from Excess—The Factory, a book of fiction-in-verse by Leslie Kaplan, originally published in French in Kaplan, who was born in the US but subsequently moved to France, spent the late s working in French factories as a Maoist établis—an intellectual who enters factory work to research labor conditions and build solidarity.
Excess—the Factory Leslie Kaplan Paperback. OUT OF STOCK: ISBN: List price: $ Publisher: Commune Editions: Year of publication: Section(s) Poetry.
Find a book: Order Gift Cards Online. Browse our bookstore. In a book rich with formal variety and lyric intensity, Carr takes up economic inequality, gendered violence, losses both personal and national, and the crisis of the body within all of these forces.
Real Life: An Installation is a terrifying book, but one that keeps us close as it moves through the disruptions and eruptions of the real. A Factory Odyssey: On Leslie Kaplan’s “Excess — The Factory” May 3, Mikkel Krause Frantzen finds hope in “Excess — The Factory” by Leslie Kaplan, translated from the.
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Throughout Excess—The Factory, not least in that final scene in which the mother chides her child not to kill that “grey” baby, we hear Mary Hopkin’s “Those Were the Days” playing over and over again on the café jukebox.
The song was the number-one hit single in France in Octoberjust months after the general strike of May. Excess - The Factory av Leslie Kaplan häftad,Engelska, ISBN IInLeslie Kaplan, a young American poet living in France, went to work in a factory. Buy the Paperback Version of this Book and get the Kindle version for FREE Are you.
Commune Editions is publishing the much-anticipated translation of American-born, French-raised writer, playwright, and poet Leslie Kaplan's Excess—The Factory, originally written in ; the new edition, translated by Julie Carr and Jennifer Pap, has received a glowing Publishers Weekly review: "Kaplan renders a remarkable document of her search for alternate forms of liberation from a.
Subito Press Book Prizes. For full-length poetry & prose collections. Her co-translation of Leslie Kaplan’s Excess-The Factory was published by Commune Editions in A chapbook of prose, “The Silence that Fills the Future,” was released as a free pdf from Essay Press. Excess—The Factory has unsettling resonances for today, as conservative, authoritarian governments fixated on national identity continue to rise around the world, from India to Hungary to the United States, with a concomitant shattering of once-accepted norms of behavior and human rights.
The Lord has provided a way for that to be released. It will happen without any help or without any resistance from you. Perhaps, one night you will have a dream. In the course of it the release valve that controls the factory will open and release all that is excess. The factory and automatic release work on their own schedule.
We also talked at length about Lake Michigan by Daniel Borzutzky, The Life of Poetry by Muriel Rukeyser, A Theory of Birds by Zaina Alsous, All This Burning Earth by Sean Bonney, White Blight by Athena Farrokhzad, and Excess - The Factory by Leslie Kaplan in the context of discussing LOOK.
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A Factory Odyssey: On Leslie Kaplan’s “Excess — The Factory” - Los Angeles Review of Books Mikkel Krause Frantzen finds hope in “Excess — The Factory” by Leslie Kaplan, translated from the French by Julie Carr and Jennifer Pap. Buy a cheap copy of A Factory of Cunning book by Philippa Stockley. If you like your women as cruel as they are beautiful, you may fall hard for Philippa Stockley's darkly witty novel, A Factory of Cunning, which follows an exiled Free shipping over $/5(5).
Excess—The Factory evokes the tumult of those years through an enc ounter with the serial violence of the assembly line, descending by way of infernal workshops to reach the dark center of capitalist accumulation.
Hailed by French luminaries such as Maurice Blanchot and Marguerite Duras as a unique event in writing, the book was at once. But the core gets entangled in excess. The book’s “List of Key Characters” contains nearly 70 names.
All of them — and more — are heard from over the course of the book, making it difficult to keep track of who is who. This is exacerbated once the book begins jumping back and forth between people and lawsuits in New Jersey and Illinois.
Summer prev next. Summer Subscribe Purchase Archive. COLUMNS. FEATURES. The Riot Stuff JASON E. SMITH on Leslie Kaplan’s Excess—The Factory. Easy Writer KAITLIN PHILLIPS on Richard Brautigan’s In Watermelon Sugar. Jean-Luc Godard TOBI HASLETT on Jean-Luc Godard. Factory Girl () Plot.
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