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One friend she chose was another very private writer, the Irishman James Joyce. " For the singing voice of James Joyce, author of A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man and of Ulysses, is said to have been second to none. She writes of having talked to him often, "of artists and of Ireland," particularly in the Cafe aux Deux Magots. She wisely did not ask him questions and waited through his silences. " Although she declared when his Ulysses appeared, "I shall never write another line. ," she did continue to write and draw.
The two-columned poem has various analogues or parallels: the two eyes or ears, consciousness and self-consciousness, text and commentary or translation, twin phalluses or columns of figures, newspaper or Bible columns of print, "simultaneous but independent monologues" (as Ashbery describes them in an introductory note), and so on. " This white space at the core of the poem represents ineffable, unspeakable knowledge that keeps conversations and texts from intersecting. Following the terminology of "The System," we may think of the "hole I Of Cloud" as a frontal moment that has absconded like an "elf" (compare self) into the past but that still exerts its latent pressure.
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American Writers, Supplement III by Lea Baechler and A. Walton Litz