Extra Intra Reader #3: Swallow like a Whole

This book doesn’t talk around the ideas it contains, but cuts to the centre of them: it’s alive, vital, direct, and confrontational. Talking about something that hurts in a language exempt from pain is a distortion, so the language contained within necessary disrupt, demands, and disorients. It asks its audience to witness and to feel what is at stake, both in the texts themselves and in the contexts they were written in. It grapples with the abstractions of language as much as its wrestles with material reality. Above all, it’s an unwavering engagementt with struggle and a persistent refusal of defeat.

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