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The Age of Wire and String Quotes

Ben Marcus
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"This book is a catalog of the life project as prosecuted in the Age of Wire and String and beyond, into the arrangements of states, sites, and cities and, further, within the small houses that have been granted erection or temporary placement on the perimeters of districts and river colonies."
Argument, p. 3

"Snoring, language disturbance caused by accidental sleeping, in which a person speaks in compressed syllables and bulleted syntax, often stacking several words over one another in a distemporal deliverance of a sentence."
Sleep, p. 8

"Landing on floating island of the gods without invitation, form of deafness exemplified by reckless flying."
God, p. 22

"In the morning in Montana the leg was bound from the ankle to the knee with bacon or hair and then cross-gartered with thongs or strips of uncut rice; later a slack taffy, bound at the ankle, was worn."
Food, p. 31

"Women's food, although hidden...

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