Naked Lunch by William S. Burroughs The Waste Land and Other Poems by T.S. Eliot The Magnetic Fields by André Breton The Process by Brion Gysin The. Page after blinding page of eye-crossing, mind-splitting inward excursions all sand- storming around the pilgrimage of an American Negro, hashish-happy, in a . The Process by Brion Gysin – book cover, description, publication history.
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One of my few ‘multiple’ reads. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.
I’ve lived the best years of my life in Morocco and it can’t take the sun. Oct 28, Oakley rated it really liked it. Namely one near the middle, written in an Arab voice.
He first meets Hamid, a mad Moroccan who turns him on, takes him over and teaches him to pass as a Moor.
Sleep’s Dopesmoker, but with fewer aliens and more magic. Described by The Overlook Press which published a posthumous edition in as “a powerfully psychological novel “, The Process tells the story of a professor named Ulys O.
As Burroughs says on the front cover to my paperback copy, “this is a book you will want to re-read”. Chris Yonts rated it it was amazing Dec 27, His prose is immaculate, beautiful and quite elegant. For having no illustrations it is truly a visionary work of art. I will never hear the procesw of matches in their matchbox the same way again.
Their popularization of the Dadaist “cut-up technique” are the primary source of Gysin’ John Clifford Brian Gysin, raised in Canada and England, was a peripheral figure in the Beat movement of the midth century. This article about a s novel is a stub. Sep 13, Zain H rated it really liked it. Apr 06, Idwer rated it really liked it. I stick out like a sore thumb. A fascinating tumble through the mystical wastes of the Sahara.
Thanks for telling us about the problem. Want to Read proceess. Open Preview See a Problem? And I felt shocked by several of the chapters in this book. The Process is a novel by Brion Gysin which was published in Apr 09, Tim Thelen rated it did not like it.
The story is full of magic and if you have read anything about the life of Gysin you will know that he writes what he knows. tysin
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Brian rated it liked it Feb 24, Hanson who sets out on a pilgrimage across the Sahara Desert which turns out to be a hallucinatory experience. While he appears to lack some of the rigid discipline of a traditional novelist who would follow a more linear plot, he more than makes up for this deficit through by creating these sub-plots or short stories and slowly weaving them together, criss-crossing them with even greater skill and dexterity and speed and mayhem until you are reading this beautiful ‘fabric’ which we could describe as a novel.
The book is a hallucinatory journey across north Africa and the Sahara, with illusions passing back into reality passing back ggysin illusions, all sort of flowing with a weird Bacchic rpocess, where we see things such as a pagan survival of the rites of Pan melded into Sufism and Islam The book is a hallucinatory journey across north Africa and the Sahara, with illusions passing back into reality passing back into illusions, all sort of flowing with a weird Bacchic rhythm, where we see things such as a pagan survival of the rites of Pan melded into Sufi Brion Gysin is most known for collaborating with William S.
Most notably, Gysin’s encounters with L.
Page after blinding page of eye-crossing, mind-splitting inward excursions all sand- storming around the pilgrimage of an American Negro, hashish-happy, in a real or imagined Sahara.
Retrieved from ” https: Refresh and try again. The Process Overlook Press edition. You just have to experience it.
Mar 28, Katie Lynn rated it did not like it. Please provide an email address. Set between bfion beautiful sands of the Sahara and the dreamy streets of the Tangiers it is just as Burroughs stated, “start to read and you will find that it reads itself. This page was last edited on 31 Julyat Mya, the richest woman in creation, and her seventh husband, the hereditary Bishop of the Farout Islands, also cross his path with their plans to steal the Sahara and make the stoned professor the puppet Emperor of Africa.