, raffinose, glutamine,###Zhang et al.
Artaud described a city under the plague: decaying cadavers, the stench of putrescence
, the delirium of those who were suffering, the frantic sex, the superstitious practices, the ceaseless parade of flagellators, the massacre of the Jews" but what fascinated Allendy and Artaud, he writes,
to Post-Mortem: Aesthetic Transformations in Victorian Burial Reform, Carleton University.
MACBEAN Two days before docking in The slave galley could be smelled, The putrescence
of blood, faeces, vomit and rotting bodies, Wafting downwind, The smell of the dead.
It was a revolution based on Abd al-Wahhab's Jacobin-like hatred for the putrescence
and deviationism that he perceived all about him -- hence his call to purge Islam of all its heresies and idolatries.
Rolfe note that many species in the genus Coprinus 'erect their caps, fructify, and deliquesce into a collapsed, black and semi-liquid mass, popularly regarded as a "horrible putrescence
The very title of the poem suggests that the title itself is somehow fatally noxious--an implication borne out by the emptied bay's disclosure of ubiquitous putrescence
, a littoral phenomenon Curnow was to revise, and with considerably greater biodiversity, about forty years later, and on a different beach, in 'Moules a la Mariniere'.
The town below swallows its secrets We think we can make it vomit them up but only the river leaks putrescence
, only the river gives up its stories but not the names.