Thursday, March 24, 2011

A Perfect Reader and a Nuzzled Sentence

" McLuhan neither seeks nor deserves merely an interested reader.
Rather he, as with others in the “tradition” he participates, seeks
a perfect reader with a perfect case of insomnia."

" sentenced to be nuzzled over a full trillion times
for ever and a night till his noodle sink or swim by
that ideal reader suffering from an ideal insomnia "
(FW 120.12-14.)

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