Table of Contents

Introduction 1
“The Nothing at All” or “An expression of loneliness through alienation largely dependent on vague metaphors and other self-referential abstractions” 76
“An Imperfect Love, Perfected” or “Prose splintered into stanza-like fragments addressed to an unnamed former or current lover, attempting to cast trespasses of a bygone age as extraneous to a typical modern rapport: a relationship obviously doomed by the very nature of the poet’s inability to diagnose symptoms of feelings without resorting to platitudes” 83
Notes 87

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