Kerby-Fulton's comment is reference to his inclusion of paraph
markers to indicate the change of speaker.
This type of signature is referred to as a paraph
That desire describes a huge paraph
all across her work, broken by an early decision that had legitimized a mere polarization: I will not write in French but make a film.
Ed Pavlic is the author of five previous books, including Winners Have Yet to Be Announced: A Song for Donny Hathaway and Paraph
of Bones & Other Kinds of Blue.
His other books are Paraph
of Bone & Other Kinds of Blue (Copper Canyon Press, 2001) and Crossroads Modernism (University of Minnesota Press, 2002).
2001 ED PAVLIC, Paraph
of Bone & Other Kinds of Blue
To sum up, I'm going to paraph
rase ano ther Hancock, this time the British comedy legend from the 1960s: "Cripes!
Pavlic's book of poems Paraph
of Bone & Other Kinds of Blue (Copper Canyon P, 2001) was selected by Adrienne Rich to win the The American Poetry Review/Honickman First Book Prize.
The item of Middle English verse ends 'Explicit Assheldon', presumably the name of the scribe of the leaf, followed by a distinctive paraph
The actor, the "I" that tells it, becomes a state of being ("am with him"), and the dash is thus imbued with an authorial presence.(15) This paraph
with its explicit link to authorial presence occurs again, only three sentences later, where, significantly, the "I" in the clause that follows it is not only underlined once but twice; the "I" (Henry James) is emphatically linked to the horizontal line.
The scribe Of (2) had entered a sermon number in the centre of the top margins (both recto and verso), usually adding a paraph
and the word `sermo' on the page where a new sermon begins.
Thus we do not know if this copy had a title (which could have appeared either on a preceding folio or as an explicit); it is uncertain whether the first letter of each line was a capital (the answer is probably not, since the only surviving complete line (50 in Cotton Julius; 36 in Rawlinson), the first of a new stanza, begins with a lower-case m, although it is possible that the A of As which opens the poem had special treatment, if only in size); and we do not know whether the beginning of each stanza was marked by a paraph
in the inner margin (in addition to the line drawn a little way across the page from the inner margin between each stanza).