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Review: The Weather

User Review  - Patrick Gaughan - Goodreads

In her introduction, Lisa Robertson describes the weather as “boredom utopic,” an ever-present entity to relish or blame depending on the season or amount of cloud. Weather is language's default ... Read full review

Review: The Weather

User Review  - Carrie Lorig - Goodreads

lit up 5 star duh? robertson is already making what i want to do so big and split and possible. it's a micro / macro scopic diorama made of felt and bone and building. sentences clean and precise and filled with filthy depth and care. astounding. Read full review

Review: The Weather

User Review  - Tanis - Goodreads

Robertson is a wonder. Read this book and feel your brain peel open. Read full review

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User Review  - Bette Noir - Goodreads

Smart, playful, a joy. Read full review

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User Review  - Elizabeth - Goodreads

Robertson spent a hunk of time in Cambridge and ended up spending a lot of time in the archives looking at “gentlement meteorologists' “ accounts of the weather. When weather was becoming a ... Read full review

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User Review  - Joe - Goodreads

I'm falling in love with this book; I never want to leave this atmousphere. If you do not see me you'll find me with/in the weather. "But the history of the atmosphere is recklessly slow."(intro/THE ... Read full review

Review: The Weather

User Review  - k - Goodreads

It's not like I understand this book, really, but it's interesting to me on a language level---I got excited about phrases, in this way that makes me more inspired to write. Like here's one I wrote on ... Read full review

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User Review  - Cristin - Goodreads

Too pretentious at times...Yes...the author has a cranium...I am painfully aware of that fact. The weird manifesto included in the beginning as a separate parchment was kind of cool... Read full review


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