After Africa He Did Nothing For A Week

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After Africa is a thick, exuberantly propagating groundcover that soaks up vast amounts of the bright sun all over the quiet field. It lavishes love on its protagonist, and respect for him and all characters, and allows beautiful, exuberant digressions to discuss the beauty of nature. Its childlike awe at the Other World and this one are both heartwarmingly naïve. The figures of tragedy, the horro...

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Publisher: Total Unschool UnPress (April 1, 2012)
Publication Date: April 1, 2012
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Language: English
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ization and war, corruption and addiction, charlatanism and difference, are all lovingly folded and patchworked into a quilt of poetry, they are all seen in their secret beauty like the strange puppets of the Bread and Puppet Theater.Kootenay, a young Westerner, returns from the Continent having engaged in African shamanic rituals and gradually, over the next year, becomes rewired psychically. He’s asked for a spell to let him speak from the heart, and he’s getting what he asked for. Subtle forces blow at him steadily, and the magic of Africa unfolds in his daily life in Brooklyn.He tries to write a novel, but ends up—like the magician sent to curse Israel—writing poetry instead. A living poetry, that is oral and childlike and irrepressible. He tries to fix himself and the world, forcing himself to write, trying to marry an African woman, trying to lead a ritual for his group of fellow poets, trying to get himself to join the Army, building a building for his community of fellow travelers—but can only bless the world. And instead of being crushed as punishment for his poetic inaction, he is able to rescue himself by grabbing hold of the cloak of Africa (of that medicine which permeates the whole of the ancestral land of us all) and getting snatched into a world where the ability exists to dream (as Sidney suggests) a different world into being.